Company’s Dedication to Culture as a Driver of Innovation and Customer Satisfaction Enables Continued Success
DENVER – April 12, 2016 – GutCheck, a leader in online agile market research solutions, announced today that The Denver Post has recognized the company for a second time as one of the 2016 Top 100 Workplaces in the Denver metro area. The Top Workplaces award program was created by the team at WorkplaceDynamics in 2006 and is based on one simple belief: “The most successful companies are the ones that employees believe in.”
Evaluations for the list are based on the opinions of employees only. Each employee submits feedback on his/her employer and shares their opinions on things like company values, leadership, culture, management, execution, pay, training, work/life balance, and willingness to recommend to others.
The overall vision of GutCheck has remained the same over the past few years: to be able to provide clients with iterative, agile consumer feedback through the entire development process, whatever that may look like for each particular client. In doing this, GutCheck enables its clients to make confident, consumer-driven decisions. And in order to provide actionable insights in a quick and efficient manner, it’s imperative that employees are happy and enjoy coming to work.
“It’s great to see people smiling and hear them laughing while they’re at work. It’s all about being an eclectic group here. Our culture is not about one person or a set group of senior people. It’s about the composite we have. The one thing that makes this place special is certainly the people and the culture they created,” said Matt Warta, Co-Founder and CEO.
Employees mentioned how much they appreciate the company’s attention to the culture and people. Everyone works really hard and they know there’s a dedication to making GutCheck a great and fun place to come to every day. Cross-departmental collaboration breeds close relationships with colleagues and in turn leads to closer customer relationships.
So where is GutCheck headed in the near future? Right now, the company goals mean reaching around 140 people by the end of 2016, with additional growth after that likely. A lot of the growth is driven by new product development and a focus on emerging technologies. The engineering team has a mission of always trying to stay up with the latest and greatest, and they feel empowered to make decisions and find the technologies that will work best for driving innovation and moving the company forward.
“Our mission begins and ends with customer satisfaction and employee satisfaction. If we do both of those things really well, we’ll win every day,” added Warta.
To hear more about what employees think makes GutCheck a great place to work, watch our short video: