Rural Sourcing Named 2017 Best Companies to Work for in Alabama


Mobile, Ala., July 31, 2017 – Rural Sourcing, the leading provider of US-based IT outsourcing services announced today that it was recently named as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Alabama by Business Alabama and Best Companies Group.

“We’re honored to receive this award and be recognized with such amazing companies,” said Margaux Kaynard, vice president of human resources at Rural Sourcing. “We take great pride in creating a collaborative culture and engaging work place that supports our colleague’s personal and professional success.”

This award was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in Alabama, benefiting the economy, workforce, and businesses. Companies from across the state entered the two-part survey: the first part consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics and the second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience.


About Rural Sourcing
Rural Sourcing, backed by Bain Capital Double Impact, is the leading provider of outsourced digital engineering to build, deploy and support critical business and cloud-based software. Rural Sourcing’s unique onshore delivery model is 100 percent U.S.-based, accessing untapped technology talent in Middle America cities. By providing an alternative to offshore outsourcing, Rural Sourcing eliminates the obstacles of time zones, distance, language, and geopolitical risks. Scrum-as-a-ServiceTM, Rural Sourcing’s unique engagement framework for Agile software development, provides rapid and flexible deployment of multidisciplinary teams via an elastic consumption model and predictable monthly pricing. The company provides world-class solutions for technology-centric and Fortune 1000 clients across various industries including healthcare, technology, logistics, financial services and pharmaceutical.

Media Contact:
John Lenzen
404.873.9500
john.lenzen@ruralsourcing.com

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