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Descartes recognized as having one of Canada’s 10 most admired corporate cultures of 2012
Descartes Systems Group, the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, announced that it has been recognized by Waterstone Human Capital, one of Canada’s leading retained executive search firms specializing in recruiting for fit and in cultural assessment, as one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Mid-Market Corporate Cultures of 2012.Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures award program recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizations for having a culture that has helped them enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage. In 2012, ten organizations were recognized as national winners in each of the following four categories:
’ Enterprise (revenues above $500 million)
’ Mid-Market (revenues over $100 million to $500 million)
’ Growth & Small Cap (revenues under $100 million), and
’ Broader Public Sector
“Descartes operates with a formalized culture framework called ‘One Learning Team,’ said Art Mesher, Chairman and CEO at Descartes. ‘This award is a testament to the amazing successes we’ve helped our customers achieve. Being recognized for having one of Canada’s top corporate cultures is a tremendous honour. We thank our customers, employees, shareholders and partners around the world for helping us earn this award.”
‘We’ve experienced Descartes’ culture first-hand and, like our user group community peers, have seen how Descartes’ culture of service, innovation and customer success as one learning team can enhance the productivity, performance and security of logistics operations,’ said Shari Wiseman, Transportation Business Manager at American Hotel Register Company and Descartes’ 2012 Global User Group Steering Committee Chairwoman.
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