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Icertis Recognized as a Top 100 Company to Work for by Seattle Business Magazine for Fifth Consecutive Year

Trailblazer's Commitment to People-First, Values-Centric Culture Helps Capture Best Places to Work Honor

BELLEVUE, Wash.,December 7, 2021 – Icertis, the contract intelligence company that pushes the boundaries of what's possible with contract lifecycle management (CLM), announced today that it has been recognized as a Top 100 Company to Work For in Washington state by Seattle Business Magazine for the fifth consecutive year. Icertis ranked fourth among large companies on the prestigious 2021 list.

"Receiving this recognition five years in a row reflects our unwavering and consistent commitment to creating a high-energy, world-class workplace that attracts the SaaS industry's best talent in the region," said Samir Bodas, CEO and Co-founder, Icertis. "Our values-driven approach to doing business continues to play a critical role in driving our record growth, market-leading AI and other innovations, and success in our mission to transform contract management."

Icertis is growing rapidly and has more than 1,700 employees worldwide. The company's employee-centric culture is fueled by the belief that success includes living by its FORTE values: Fairness, Openness, Respect, Teamwork, and Execution. FORTE has been central to everything the company has done since its founding, and the focus on truly living its values has served as the foundation for its success.

"Our dedication to living FORTE at every level of the organization influences every aspect of our culture, and we strive to set an example for the greater community," said Pranali Save, Chief Human Resources Officer, Icertis. "Icertians continue to show their appreciation each year by offering award-winning scores for their employee experience, along with survey feedback that helps to guide our global HR and executive teams with the insight needed to continually improve."

The annual 100 Best Companies to Work For, created by Seattle Business Magazine and its research partner, the Best Companies Group, identifies, recognizes, and honors the best employers in Washington. In its 32nd year, the list consists of 100 companies in two categories benefiting the area’s economy, workforce, and businesses. In addition to the dedicated efforts to identify and recognize the state’s best employers, the Seattle Business Magazine uses the list to provide organizations with valuable, anonymous employee feedback. Qualifying companies across Washington entered the two-part survey process to determine “Washington’s 100 Best Companies to Work For.”

  • The first evaluation focused on each nominated Company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics.
  • The second evaluation consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience, with the combined scores determining the top companies and the final rankings. Best Companies Group manages the overall registration and survey process in Washington, analyzing the data and determining the final rankings.

The Top 100 Companies to Work for 2021 is Icertis' second talent and human resources award this fall. The Seattle Business Magazine Award follows Economic Times Human Capital Awards in two categories including Excellence in Cultivating a Culture of Trust and High Performance (Gold medal), and Excellence in Remote Work Arrangement & Management (Bronze medal).

About Icertis

With unmatched technology and category-defining innovation, Icertis pushes the boundaries of what's possible with CLM. The AI-powered, analyst-validated Icertis Contract Intelligence (ICI) platform turns contracts from static documents into strategic advantage by structuring and connecting the critical contract information that defines how an organization runs. Today, the world's most iconic brands and disruptive innovators trust Icertis to govern the rights and commitments in their 10 million+ contracts worth more than $1 trillion, in 40+ languages and 93+ countries.