FinancialForce Wins Two 2022 Comparably Awards: Best CEOs for Women and Best Career Growth
San Francisco, June 22, 2022 – FinancialForce, the leading provider of customer-centric business applications across finance, services, and customer success teams, has won two 2022 Comparably Awards for Best CEOs for Women and Best Career Growth. Winners were determined based on employee feedback on a combination of workplace culture questions. These two Comparably Awards were derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously assessed their CEO and career growth opportunities during a 12-month period between June 24, 2021, and June 24, 2022.
“We are honored to be recognized by Comparably for our efforts in making FinancialForce an inclusive environment for women and people who wish to grow their careers within their companies,” says Heather Gille, Chief People Officer, FinancialForce. “It is very important for today’s companies to create an environment where employees feel valued for who they are, comfortable being themselves, and empowered to engage fully. We want our employees to experience a culture of inclusion where they are proud of their accomplishments and free to innovate and try new things.”
Over the past five years, FinancialForce has invested in its people by introducing employee resource groups (ERGs) including FF4Her where female-identifying individuals and female advocates can expand their networks and grow their careers. Our ERGs also offer mentorship and professional development opportunities. FinancialForce aims to promote from within whenever possible. Here are some of the reviews from anonymous employees around Best CEO for Women and Best Career Growth:
“One of the best parts about FinancialForce is the opportunity for growth.”
“FinancialForce is best known for work/life balance and the support of career growth.”
“Scott Brown understands that people always come first; the employees and customers are at the center of every decision.”
“I am very proud of what we are building here at FinancialForce,” says Scott Brown, CEO, FinancialForce. “We have a unique culture of collaboration and support for each other and our customers which is contributing to tremendous growth quarter over quarter, and year over year. We are blessed to have extremely talented women in leadership running teams and projects with a focus on empowering and uplifting others.”
“The chief executives on this year’s list have fostered company cultures that embrace diversity and inclusion, as shown by the feedback from their female employees,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. “Based on direct feedback from employees, the companies who do this well lead by example by focusing on transparency, empathy, and opportunities for growth.”
Comparably Awards are compiled from 15 million ratings across 70,000 U.S. companies. There are no fees or costs associated with participating, nor is nomination required. To see the full list of award-winning companies and learn more about the methodology used to determine winners, visit Comparably’s blog.
FinancialForce accelerates business growth with customer-centric ERP, Professional Services Automation (PSA), and Customer Success solutions. Run on the leading cloud platform, Salesforce, FinancialForce enables organizations to see their customers in full color, to unlock customer insights, deliver innovative experiences, run a digital business, and achieve agility and resilience. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in San Francisco, FinancialForce is backed by Advent International, Salesforce Ventures, and Technology Crossover Ventures. For more information, www.financialforce.com.
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