SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/13 -- Stratos Product Development today announced it has been named as a finalist for the Puget Sound Business Journal's 2013 Best Workplaces. More than 300 companies were nominated. Only 85 were selected, based solely on their scores determined by employee surveys.
"In the last four years, Stratos has experienced year-over-year growth in personnel and revenue. We attribute this success to the rewarding culture our employees have helped create and maintain, and to the work they do designing meaningful products for the marketplace. This combination makes Stratos one of Washington's Best Workplaces," Sean MacLeod, President, Stratos Product Development said.
On August 8, the finalists will gather for a special rally at Safeco Field where the Puget Sound Business Journal will announce the Gold, Silver and Bronze Best Workplaces in the Small, Medium and Large company categories and the Gold medalist in the Extra Large category.
About Stratos Product Development
For 26 years, Stratos has been the trusted resource for science and technology innovators. Whether solving incredibly complex technical challenges, or bringing new market opportunities to fruition, our product designers and engineers can be counted on to deliver. Our collaborative, cross-discipline approach enables us to reduce time-to-market, maximize product opportunities and create compelling product solutions for users and unmet needs in the marketplace. Contact Stratos to take your next product idea from possibility to reality.
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