(Rockville, Maryland) - TerpSys has been recognized by The Washingtonian magazine as a "Great Place to Work" for "interesting work, good pay and benefits, collegial staff, employee development, and flexibility." This is the third time, in back-to-back-to-back editions (2003, 2005, and 2007), that TerpSys has earned this award from The Washingtonian.
"To be named a "Great," "Best," and "Philanthropic" company in the same year shows our sincere commitment to develop a robust corporate culture that benefits our customers, staff, and communities," states Ed Woods, company President. "It also shows that we can have some serious fun, while performing our jobs or giving back to the community. To be the only company on three pretty significant lists in the ultra-competitive Washington, DC market is truly remarkable and our employees should take great pride in that accomplishment."
For 2007, TerpSys was named a "Great Place to Work" by The Washingtonian, and one of 50 "Best Places to Work" and "Top Corporate Philanthropists" in the greater Washington, DC area by the Washington Business Journal. TerpSys is the only company to be named "Great," "Best," and "Philanthropic".