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EagleView Technologies Named Best Company for Third Consecutive Year

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Tuesday, July 1st 2014


EagleView Technologies Named Best Company for Third Consecutive Year

EagleView Was Ranked No.16 in the Large Company Category

June 30, 2014 - EagleView Technologies, a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions, was chosen by Seattle Business magazine as one of Washington’s 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2014. This was the third consecutive year for the company. EagleView was ranked as No.16 in the large company category.

“Being recognized for the third year in a row as a best company to work for is a great testament to our culture,” said EagleView Technologies President and CEO Chris Barrow. “The fact that EagleView employees continue to vote the company into the top reinforces the importance and relevance of the environment that exists here. While benefits and company support are important contributing factors, it’s the employees that really contribute to the overall atmosphere and make this such a great place to work.”

Chief Technology Officer Chris Pershing agrees that EagleView’s employees are the reason behind the company’s continued recognition. “We’ve always encouraged employees to have fun and do what inspires innovation, whether that means taking a video game break or grilling some burgers on the patio for lunch. We’ve really developed a great overall culture that results in us being able to continue to develop new technologies for 3D products, imagery, reporting and analytics for government and commercial verticals.”

Thousands of employees of nominated companies filled out surveys administered by the research firm Fieldwork Webwork. Winning companies were recognized for setting the standards for communication, executive leadership, corporate culture, workplace environment and more.

About EagleView: 
EagleView Technologies is the unparalleled provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions serving the commercial, government and public utility sectors. The company’s patented image capture processes and 3D modeling algorithms coupled with property-centric analytic tools empower end-user workflows with scalable, efficient and highly accurate answer sets in support of property claims, risk management, emergency response, assessment, corridor mapping and more.

For more information contact (866) 659-8439 or visit http://www.eagleview.com or http://www.pictometry.com.

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