SportsEngine Inc., an NBC Sports Group company, has been recognized as the Best Place to Work by The Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal. SportsEngine took the No. 1 spot in the large company category, which includes Twin Cities companies with greater than 250 employees located in the Minneapolis/St. Paul 7-county region.
The Best Places to Work honorees are determined through survey data administered by Omaha, Neb.-based Quantum Workplace. Company representatives with offices in the Twin Cities region registered to receive the survey and Quantum administered a confidential employee survey aimed at getting first hand feedback about a range of topics that include communication, professional development and leadership practices. The research process resulted in scores identifying 59 corporate honorees in four categories: extra small, small, medium and large companies.
“To be recognized as the No. 1 Best Place to Work in the large company category is a tremendous honor and one that we do not take for granted,” stated Justin Kaufenberg, CEO, SportsEngine. “It is amazing to look back and see how far we’ve come, starting out in the “Small” company category. We have traveled a long way with the support of our talented employees and I couldn’t be prouder of the “Large” company we’ve become.”
More than 1 million teams, leagues and clubs use SportsEngine to run their website, tournaments, leagues, online registration and mobile apps. Through these applications, sports teams, clubs and leagues are able to drastically reduce the time they spend on administration and communication, allowing them to focus more time on developing their athletes.
About SportsEngine, Inc.
Helping the world play smarter and live more, SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company, is the leading provider of sport relationship management software serving millions of coaches, parents, athletes, clubs, leagues, governing bodies, and associations. SportsEngine helps sports organizations around the globe reduce the time they spend on administrative tasks, and enables them to focus more on developing their athletes, providing safe experiences, and furthering the love of sport. Leagues and governing bodies across the country use National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI), a SportsEngine, Inc. subsidiary, to manage their background checks and safety programs. Learn more at: www.sportsengine.com/corp, facebook.com/sportsengine; or twitter.com/@sportsengine.