Ecommerce Technology Company Recognized As One of the Best Midsize Companies to Work For in Austin
Austin, Texas – January 11, 2021
The annual awards include companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, in the eight largest tech markets and nationally. Just one year after opening its first U.S. office in Austin, Bold Commerce has been recognized as one of the Best Midsize Companies to Work For in the growing tech hub.
Bold Commerce works with omnichannel retailers like Vera Bradley, Harry Rosen and Staples Canada, as well as emerging DTC brands, such as Pepsi’s Game Fuel, to power almost any checkout experience imaginable. Bold enables brands to own their commerce by going beyond their ecommerce platform capabilities. From customized checkouts and feature-rich subscriptions models to complex pricing and promotions, Bold is delivering high-converting transaction experiences and advancing retailers’ headless capabilities.
“We foster an environment that encourages creativity and innovation with an open and supportive workplace culture," said Chantal Grindle, Chief Human Resources Officer, Bold Commerce. "Expanding to Austin was a highlight for Bold this past year, and we are excited to continue to grow to our team here in 2021 and beyond."
Built In determines winners for Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and cultural programs. To reflect the attributes candidates are searching for on Built In today, this year’s program weighted criteria more heavily, like remote opportunities and programs for diversity, equity and inclusion.
“These companies raise the bar for cultural excellence and the ability to adapt to meet changing needs of employees," says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “The 2021 winners show a commitment not just to creating meaningful cultures but to delivering talent needs as they change in a dynamic landscape. We’re thrilled to extend our congratulations to the winners.”
Tech professionals rely on Built In’s Best Places to Work lists to discover employers that align with their preferences, passions and values. Since its inception three years ago, the award has expanded in reach, from online views of tens of thousands to just under 1 million views today.
Bold Commerce is powering anywhere commerce for brands by delivering high-converting, customizable transaction experiences. The company works with leading omnichannel retailers like Vera Bradley, Harry Rosen and Staples Canada, and emerging DTC brands, such as Pepsi’s Game Fuel, to reimagine commerce. Its proprietary suite of modular checkout, subscriptions and price rules solutions is compatible with multiple ecommerce platforms and headless architectures. Bold Commerce has been named to Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50, E&Y’s Entrepreneur of the Year, and CBInsights’ Retail Tech 100.
Built In, a revolution in tech recruitment, serves more than 1,800 innovative companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, delivering content and digital recruitment solutions that work. The platform amplifies companies’ brands as national, local or remote employers of choice, as well as leaders in DEI. Monthly, 2.5 million tech professionals rely on Built In to stay up on trends, grow in their roles and discover companies with missions they want to join. The platform publishes stories about companies’ tech, culture and people. This activates sought-after professionals to apply to customers’ open roles. Visit builtin.com for more information.
Built In’s esteemed Best Places to Work awards, now in its third year, honor companies across numerous categories: 100 Best Places to Work, 50 Best Small Places to Work, 100 Best Midsize Places to Work, 50 Companies with the Best Benefits and 50 Best Paying Companies. Two new national categories reflect what candidates are searching for, including 100 Best Large Companies to Work For and 50 Best Remote-First Places to Work.
Built In ranks companies algorithmically based on compensation information, benefits and culture programs. This year, based on data showing tech professionals’ needs, the Best Places to Work algorithm added weight to companies’ commitment to DEI and remote culture. Rank is determined by combining a company’s score in each of these categories.