Sprinklr, the platform for unified customer experience management (Unified-CXM) for contemporary businesses, today announced that Great Place to Work® and Fortune Magazine has named it one of the Best Workplaces in New York in 2023. This is Sprinklr’s third consecutive year on this esteemed list. By passing strict criteria and securing a position, Sprinklr has proven itself to be among the top New York-based companies to work for.
“We appreciate all the Sprinklr staff members who took the time to offer their frank opinions. We received this prestigious accreditation for the past three years thanks in large part to your engagement, and this input will help us ensure that we keep getting better. The expansion and success of our business have been significantly influenced by employees from New York and elsewhere”, according to Diane K. Adams, Chief Culture & Talent Officer at Sprinklr. “Receiving this recognition is proof of The Sprinklr Way, our set of guiding principles for how we work, live, and behave. While creating a different sort of enterprise software company—one where kind and compassionate top performers want to work, where we are customer-obsessed and take enormous pleasure in who we are and what we do—we look forward to continuing to invest in our workers.”
Great Place to Work gathered more than 170,000 confidential survey responses from workers at qualifying companies to compile the Fortune Best Workplaces in New York List.
The race for a spot on the Best Workplaces in New York list is fierce. The results of the surveys give a complete picture of the working environment. Honorees were chosen for their capacity to provide favorable outcomes for workers regardless of their position, color, gender, sexual preference, employment status, or any other demographic characteristic.
Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work, states “Congratulations to the Best Workplaces in New York. These outstanding businesses have a laser-like focus on their most important resource: their employees. Higher performance and productivity as well as quicker rates of innovation are the outcomes.”
Alyson Shontell, editor-in-chief of Fortune, states, “Fortune congratulates the Best Workplaces in New York. In a difficult economy, these businesses have shown the growing importance of making sure employees feel valued.”