The Boston Globe Names Black Duck a Top Place to Work in 2012

Software and Consulting Company Recognized for Employee Satisfaction, Collaboration and Innovation

BURLINGTON, MA, November 5, 2012 – Black Duck, the trusted partner for open source software adoption, management and governance, has been named a Top Place to Work in Massachusetts in the 2012 employee-based survey from The Boston Globe.

The survey recognizes the region’s best employers – those who provide an excellent work environment along with competitive compensation and strong benefits. Employees of winning companies lauded their employers for attributes and benefits including creative perks, ample opportunities for career development, informative training, exceptional leadership, highly regarded values and ethics and enthusiastically embracing diversity.

“We are honored by this prestigious award which emphasizes the value we place on taking care of the most important aspect of our business: our people,” said Tim Yeaton, President and CEO, Black Duck. “This award recognizes the hard work and dedication every Black Duck employee brings to our organization, along with our mission to help developers make better software faster with the power of open source, and the collaborative, innovative and creative ways we work together.”

The Boston Globe Top Places to Work 2012 was published in The Boston Globe Magazine on November 4, 2012 and is available online at www.bostonglobe.com/topplaces. Black Duck was included in the midsize organization category.

The survey was conducted by WorkPlace Dynamics of Exton, Pa. The Globe invited 1,586 employers to participate in the survey; completed surveys were received from 81,907 individuals, who rated their employers based on workplace practices in compensation, leadership, appreciation, career opportunities and management.

About Black Duck
Offering award-winning software and consulting, Black Duck is the partner of choice for open source software adoption, governance and management. Enterprises of every size depend on Black Duck to harness the power of open source technologies and methods.  As part of the greater OSS community, Black Duck connects developers to comprehensive OSS resources through Ohloh.net, and to the latest commentary from industry experts through the Open Source Delivers blog. Black Duck also hosts the Open Source Think Tank, an international event where thought leaders collaborate on the future of open source. Black Duck is headquartered near Boston and has offices in San Mateo, St. Louis, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing. For more information about how to leverage open source to deliver faster innovation, greater creativity and improved efficiency, follow us at @black_duck_sw.

About The Boston Globe
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