For all the attention that the financial technology sector may get, the work itself is largely unglamorous. Financial institutions prize security, stability, and integrity above novelty and pomp. That makes third-party validation all the more precious to a company like ours — we work hard to do right by our clients, our employees, and the consumers who ultimately use our products.
And thanks to our company’s leadership, it’s no coincidence that we’ve been recognized by organizations such as the Austin Business Journal and Glassdoor — one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites.
Most recently, our Chief Executive Officer Gabriel Krajicek was ranked 45th among the Top 50 CEOs at Small and Medium Companies in the United States in Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards.
Earning Respect From The Bottom Up
CEOs are awarded this honor based on the input of employees who voluntarily provide anonymous feedback by completing a company review on their CEO’s leadership, along with insight into their job, work environment, and employer over the past year.
Speaking on the recent awards received by the company (ABJ) and himself (Glassdoor), Gabe Krajicek said, “It is an honor to receive such positive recognition from these respected organizations, as an individual and on behalf of our organization, but I couldn’t do it myself. Kasasa employees are our most important asset, and we strive to help them feel valued through the culture that we create. By demonstrating this commitment to one another, we can continue to excel and grow as a company.”
Accolades As An Unexpected Bonus
Ultimately, our fundamental measure of success is pinned to the success and satisfaction of our clients —- community financial institutions. Thanks to their continued partnership, our business model thrives. Awards provide confirmation that Kasasa is maintaining a healthy operation at every level, something in which we take great pride.