Reval receives Great Place to Work® certification

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  • Treasury Management System Provider Certified as High-Trust, High Performance Workplace

New York – Reval, the leading global provider of a cloud-based platform for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM), is now certified as a Great Place to Work® by the independent analysts that review high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures, globally. Reval is the only provider in the treasury technology industry that has earned this credential, which is based on extensive ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys and company culture audits.

“We have always put an emphasis on employee engagement, and we are proud to receive this certification that shows our on-going efforts have been effective,” says Reval Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder Jiro Okochi. “We also believe that having a great work environment leads to better innovation, market differentiation and ultimately improved client satisfaction and success. We look forward to seeing the positive impact spread to our client experience.”

Reval employee surveys indicate a 90 percent confidence level. Among the results in the Great Place to Work® Review, 96 percent of employees feel Reval has a great atmosphere, and 91 percent say they feel they can be themselves. Reval employees (90 percent) say they are given a great deal of responsibility and they receive great rewards (91 percent).

“We are thrilled that our commitment to creating a great workplace for employees is translating to a high level of employee engagement,” says Kirsten Behncke Colyer, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Reval. “The fact that the employee surveys are conducted independently in the Great Place to Work® review process should also bring a high level of confidence to prospective employees and prospective clients.”

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