The Berlin based software provider EcoIntense wins third place in the category “Companies with 10 to 49 employees” of the regional Great Place to Work® competition. The award distinguishes extraordinary achievements in creating attractive working conditions, such as trust, team spirit, career development, salary, health promotion and work-life balance. CEO Markus Becker is proud to receive the award: “The result of the independent survey by the Great Place to Work® Institute confirms that, despite living in our fast-paced world, we have succeeded over the last few years in establishing a corporate culture that puts people center stage. This award does not only encourage us to maintain the status quo, it spurs us on to become even better.” With its 48 employees EcoIntense develops EcoWebDesk, the off-the-shelf software solution for Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Management.
Great Place to Work® is a global research, consulting and training firm that helps organizations in nearly 50 countries identify, creat and sustain great workplaces through the development of high-trust workplace cultures. Part of its strategy is organizing and conducting regular benchmark studies and employers competitions.
EcoIntense has changed its name to Quentic in October 2018. As part of this change, the software EcoWebDesk has also been renamed Quentic.