ST. LOUIS, March 9, 2018 – Sense Corp, a premium data and digital services provider, has been recognized as a Best Places to Work finalist for 2018 by the St. Louis Business Journal. This marks the eleventh year in a row Sense Corp has been honored as one of the Best Places to Work.

Out of more than 200 nominations, Sense Corp lands among the top 44 finalists. The companies and their employees complete surveys administered by Quantum Workplace. The survey measures communication, management structure, benefits, teamwork and several other factors to determine the final ranking of the most employee-friendly workplaces in St. Louis.

Sense Corp was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in St. Louis. It has more than 200 employees with operations in Austin, Atlanta, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, San Antonio and St. Louis. Sense Corp has been regularly recognized as a Best Place to Work by the Austin and Dallas Business Journals as well.

“It’s an honor to be recognized as a best place to work,” said Keat Wilkins, CEO Sense Corp. “Our employees are our greatest assets. We work hard to attract not only the best and brightest, but the kind of people our clients look forward to working with.”

For the complete list of the St. Louis Business Journal Best Places to Work go here.

About Sense Corp:

Sense Corp powers insight-driven organizations. We turn data into actionable insights and transform organizations for the digital era. Our people, culture, and how we engage with our clients are key differentiators. Brilliant, Creative, Human, and Fun exemplify who we are. Regularly recognized as a Best Place to Work, we have operations in Austin, Atlanta, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Minneapolis, San Antonio, and St. Louis and serve mid-market to FORTUNE 50 companies. Founded in 1996, Sense Corp has delivered exceptional results to hundreds of the world’s largest global organizations and complex government agencies.

 

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