RESTON, VA JUNE 17, 2016 Resonate, a leading provider of consumer intelligence-to-activation software, announced today it has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post in its third annual survey of The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces. The winners include private, public, nonprofit and government agencies with the highest ratings from their employees in a survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics.
“Being recognized as a top workplace is a true testament to the remarkable culture that Resonate’s leaders and employees have created,” said Bryan Gernert, CEO at Resonate. “Resonate strives to provide our employees with a work environment that fosters creativity, innovation and growth. We are a team of people who love what we do—and that’s what makes Resonate such a special place to work.”
Winning companies were recognized at a celebration on Thursday, June 16th at The Washington Post headquarters. In addition, Resonate will be featured in a special section of The Washington Post on Sunday, June 19.
To read more about The Washington Post’s 2016 Top Workplaces, visit www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dre/capital-business/top-workplaces/2016.
Resonate offers a powerful and unique consumer intelligence-to-activation software solution that has helped hundreds of organizations more fully and cost-effectively understand, segment and activate their audiences. Resonate’s HI-RES platform leverages the company’s proprietary data on consumers’ and voters’ motivations, values, media habits and online behaviors to help organizations learn why audiences decide to take — or not take — certain actions.
Resonate HI-RES is built on a single, integrated platform that combines the largest syndicated consumer market research in the US, analyses of more than 1 billion daily online consumer behavior events, advanced data science and digital media activation.
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Resonate is privately held and backed by Revolution Growth, Greycroft Partners, and iNovia Capital.