Promontory Interfinancial Network Honored Twice as Great Place to Work in the Washington, DC Area
ARLINGTON, VA (Oct. 4, 2017) – Promontory Interfinancial Network, LLC, a trusted fintech provider chosen by more than 3,000 financial institutions nationwide, announced that it has been honored by both the Washington Post’s Top Workplaces 2017 and the Washington Business Journal ‘s 2017 Best Places to Work surveys.
“We are pleased to receive not just one, but two awards for being a great place to work. To be chosen by the two of the leading workplace quality surveys in the Washington, DC region underscores how much we value our employees. We are in a very customer-focused industry, and our success is dependent on their commitment, hard work, and skills,” said Mark Jacobsen, CEO and President of Promontory Interfinancial Network.
“Being at the forefront of technology and innovation in the financial services sector gives each employee a chance to grow and take on new challenges and responsibilities. And Promontory Interfinancial Network’s commitment to its employees and customers, competitive benefits, and a culture of continuous learning are some of the reasons talented individuals work and stay with our firm over the long term,” said Susan Gayle, Chief Administrative Officer.
Each year, the Washington Business Journal partners with Nebraska-based Quantum Workplace to honor the “Best Places to Work” in the greater Washington area. Placement on the list is based exclusively on employee responses to a survey that assesses overall job satisfaction in a number of areas including personal growth, managerial effectiveness, and workplace satisfaction. Hundreds of companies are surveyed, and this year, the top-scoring companies were recognized on June 22, 2017 at Arena Stage in Washington, DC.
The Washington Post partnered with WorkplaceDynamics, an employee-survey firm based in Philadelphia, to determine the region’s 150 Top Workplaces for 2017. Thousands of companies in the DC-metro area are invited to participate. Employees are surveyed on factors such as quality of leadership, pay and benefits, and work-life balance.
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About Promontory Interfinancial Network, LLC
Promontory Interfinancial Network was founded by leading figures in the banking industry—Eugene Ludwig, Alan Blinder, Mark Jacobsen, and Alfred Moses—to provide financial institutions with profit-enhancing solutions. The founders envisioned harnessing technology to build the largest bank network of its kind, composed of thousands of financial institutions, whose “synthetic size” would help each member institution to compete more efficiently.
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