PLEASANTON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/26/13 -- ServiceMax, the leading field service management solution for a new era of business, today announced its recognition as one of the San Francisco Bay Area's "Best Places to Work" by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. More than 500 Bay Area companies were nominated for the award and were evaluated based on a variety of criteria including company growth, and fostering creativity, morale and culture.
Founded in 2007, ServiceMax currently has 61 employees in their Pleasanton headquarters, and more than 175 globally. ServiceMax is a company of innovators, thinkers and doers who care passionately about changing the world of field service.
ServiceMax's mission is to be the go-to application for every field service technician in the world by delivering unprecedented impact for this industry: lower costs, greater efficiency, happier customers and revenue growth.
"Greatness happens when you create a inspiring place to work with the best talent in the industry, and that's what we have built here at ServiceMax," said Dave Yarnold, CEO of ServiceMax. "Having happy, passionate and driven ServiceMax employees is essential in helping us continually achieve our primary goal: making every one of our customers a loyal, raving ServiceMax fan."
Learn more about working at ServiceMax in this company video, and view all open positions at careers.servicemax.com.
There are more than 5 million field service technicians in the United States alone, yet today there's no standard technology for managing the way companies of all types and stripes empower them to truly delight their customers in the field. ServiceMax is changing that. We're rethinking field service and delivering on the promise of cloud and mobile software, powering a new era of field service experiences for our customers' customers. The impact of ServiceMax is simple: lower costs, greater efficiency, happier customers; all while increasing revenue. Based in Pleasanton, California, we are a company of innovators, thinkers and doers who care passionately about changing the world of field service. To learn more, please visit www.servicemax.com.
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