SADA Systems, a global leader in cloud transformation and strategic IT solutions, was named to Inc.’s inaugural 50 Best Workplaces, the first such measurement of American companies with up to 500 employees that deploy state-of-the-art techniques to keep their staff happy and productive.Working with employee engagement and culture experts Quantum Workplace, Inc.’s list is a magnifying glass on how innovative companies can truly raise the bar in hiring and keeping the best talent.“We hear it over and over again from the fast-growing businesses we cover: The biggest challenge that any business owner faces is finding and keeping the best people. That’s why building a workplace culture that allows your staff to grow with your company is absolutely crucial,” explains Inc.’s President and Editor-In-Chief Eric Schurenberg. “Recipients of the Inc. Best Workplaces Awards have done so in spades. They should be celebrated and emulated.”Recognized on the INC 5000 America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies for 8 years straight, SADA Systems has transformed how organizations work, collaborate, engage, analyze and make decisions to meet key business objectives while thriving in an ever-changing market. Working with industry-leading cloud providers, Microsoft and Google, SADA Systems delivers expert consultation, cloud migration, custom application development, managed services, as well as user-adoption and training services to clients worldwide.“Finding and keeping the best talent in a competitive tech industry is no easy task. At SADA, our foundation is based on our core values and providing an engaging corporate culture where employees can grow their skills, stay healthy, get rewarded and feel they are part of the SADA family, “ stated Tony Safoian, CEO & President, SADA Systems. “We’re honored to be named amongst the Top 50 Best Workplaces in the US but we’re even more honored to employ and cultivate some of the most talented people in our industry.” The 2016 Inc. Best Workplaces Awards assessed applicants on a collection of multiple choice, scaled, and open-ended items. Responses were evaluated by the research team at Quantum Workplace. Core components of the scoring include company practices around management, employee recognition, performance communication, benefits, and other elements of the employee experience. To qualify, companies had to be U.S.-based, privately held, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies. The minimum revenue required for 2015 is $2 million, in business at least three years, with full time employees count ranging between 5 and 500.