CINCINNATI, June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- LCS, a developer of business-critical software technologies, is pleased to announce that it has won multiple awards for being a top workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
The Cincinnati Enquirer recently honored LCS as one of the "Top Workplaces of 2012." The Enquirer Media's Top Workplaces project conducts an annual search for the best workplaces in the region through extensive surveys of the businesses' own employees.
LCS also received the "Large Business of the Year Award for 2012" from the Loveland Chamber of Commerce. This award is presented to successful Loveland-area businesses with outstanding community contributions.
"We are definitely having a great year," said David Hegemann, President and CEO of LCS. "It's an honor to be recognized by multiple organizations as a great place to work. Having really good products is important, but the key is hiring great people to develop, support, and sell them."
"We're having a record year thanks to our flagship products, Rent Manager® and Net Dial Tone," added Andy Williamson, Director of Marketing and Customer Relations. "We've been hiring as fast as we can find good people just to keep up with the demand."
LCS, in fact, has added almost 20 percent more staff so far this year and is still hiring.
LCS is headquartered in Cincinnati with over 85 employees and 17,000 customers in all 50 states and several markets throughout the world. LCS develops business critical technologies such as Rent Manager®, one of the most widely-used property management and accounting solutions in the real estate industry; Net Dial Tone (NDT), a feature-rich VoIP phone system; and Sentry Data Backup, an automated backup process that transfers critical data to a secure offsite facility for easy retrieval. LCS also provides enterprise-level hosting solutions via its Sentry Data Center®.