Star2Star Communications, developers of “The World’s Most Scalable Cloud Communications Solution”, today announced that the company has been named as a winner of TMCnet’s first annual Tech Culture award.
In selecting the award winners, TMCnet surveyed and selected companies who are looking for the best and brightest tech talent and are willing to go the extra mile to provide what they believe is the ideal tech culture. Star2Star was recognized for having “A fun and techie culture, solid employee recognition, trophies, awards and sales incentives with good perks and inventive meeting places.”
“We know that the success of our company is built on the foundation our employees set. This recognition is a proof point that our employee programs are resonating and promoting the right innovative environment”, said Michelle Accardi, Chief Operating Officer.
“Star2Star has demonstrated to the editors of TMCnet that they are committed to growth through providing a truly distinct and upbeat environment and for that we applaud and recognize them,” added said Rich Tehrani, TMC’s CEO and Group Editor-in-Chief for TMCnet.
Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications delivers the World’s Most Scalable Cloud Communications Solution. Star2Star’s award winning, patented Constellation™ Network overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other communications technologies.
In the past five years, Star2Star was named to the Forbes Most Promising Companies list, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 three times, and the Inc. 500|5000 five times. Infonetics recognized Star2Star as one of 2015’s Top 10 Hosted Business VoIP/UC Provider, and Gartner named Star2Star in their latest industry report, Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS).
Star2Star Communications solutions are sold through a diversified network of partners that includes distributors, master agents, managed service providers and certified installing dealers. Star2Star systems are used by hundreds of thousands of business users, including many large national chains with multi-location communications footprints.