VTEX is one of the 10 best companies to work for, according to Glassdoor ratings

Mihai-Alexandru Cristea 10/01/2022 | 18:04

VTEX (NYSE: VTEX), the enterprise digital commerce platform for premier brands and retailers, the leader in accelerating the digital commerce transformation in Latin America and now expanding globally, is considered one of the 10 best public cloud computing companies to work for, according to a list published by Battery Ventures based on Glassdoor data. The list, put together by the global investment company Battery Ventures, ranks 25 public companies – all cloud computing and business-to-business (B2B) – that scored the highest levels of employee satisfaction over a period of one year.

 

VTEX was ranked tenth on the list with a 4.56 rating score, while Glassdoor’s overall average is 3.7. Also, even though the average score for the senior leadership criterion is 3.3, VTEX rated 4.7. Meanwhile, VTEX’s business outlook score – the percentage of employees who believe results will improve in the next six months – is positive and stands at 90.3%, which is a lot higher than the Glassdoor average of 54%.

“When every team member feels free to be authentic and do their best, we surround ourselves with powerful individuals and unstoppable teams. Providing an open and accessible environment for different perspectives strengthens our digital commerce ecosystem and broadens our range of innovative products and services. We all evolve together,” says Cristi Movilă, Eastern Europe General Manager & EMEA Sales VP for VTEX.

This is the fifth year Battery has listed the highest-rated public cloud computing companies according to their employees. As many companies continued to face challenges due to the pandemic, the 2021 edition highlights the global trend of models such as the Remote First Mindset, in which the employees can have the same experience and access to work tools from any location.

“Even though the pandemic has accelerated many cloud computing businesses whose products often help drive digital transformation, many CEOs still struggle to build strong corporate cultures, hire the best employees, and retain them in an incredibly fast-changing and unpredictable environment,” says Neeraj Agrawal, a Battery Ventures partner specialized in cloud investments. “The companies on this list should be proud of their success in building positive cultures and promoting employee satisfaction, which often translates into financial success. They are truly creating best practices for other organizations throughout the economy.”

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