This year's award marks the third year in a row, and the fifth time in the last six years, that Wonderbox Technologies has received this honor. SKYGEN USA delivers innovative, technology-enabled solutions that drive down the cost of care while ensuring healthier outcomes for all Americans. Wonderbox Technologies, the company's technology organization, is the developer of the Enterprise System platform that powers all of SKYGEN USA's solutions.
The Top Workplace award spotlights companies in Southeastern Wisconsin whose employees feel inspired by their organizations and believe they are given the room to do great things. It is based solely on the results of employee feedback on a survey developed by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a company focused on helping organizations improve their "organizational health" by providing valuable feedback on employee attitudes toward the company.
"When you are attempting to re-engineer an entire industry on a broad scale as we are, you need employees who are motivated, dedicated, and believe deeply in the company's mission, and who feel their contributions are highly valued," said Craig Kasten, chairman of the board and co-founder of SKYGEN USA. "We are grateful that our employees have a passion for the work and for the company, and winning this award for the fifth time in the last six years clearly demonstrates their commitment. In return, we pledge to continue to do all of the things that make us one of the most desirable places to work in Southeastern Wisconsin year after year."
The Top Workplace survey asks employees about factors that are common to organizations that are committed to achieving excellence. Among the areas covered are whether:
- Employees feel the company executes well and has a culture of high performance,
- The company sets a clear direction for its future and how it conducts itself, and
- The company creates a strong connection between employees and the company by showing appreciation and by bringing meaning to the work.
Wonderbox Technologies was highly rated by its employees in all of these areas.
One of the hallmarks of all of SKYGEN USA's companies is to transform the delivery of healthcare benefits. Its Enterprise System technology platform automates many processes that are typically performed manually across the dental, vision, and medical markets for commercial and government payers. The company will soon be launching an even more ambitious agenda that will have a significant impact on the way health benefits are delivered in America.
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"Whenever we ask our clients what our greatest differentiators are, the answer that comes back consistently is the quality of our people," said Greg Borca, co-founder of SKYGEN USA. "That comes back to one of our core beliefs—find great people, then give them the tools and support they need to do great things. Being named a Top Workplace year after year shows that we are fulfilling that part of our mission. It's fun to come to work every day with a team that exhibits such consistent high quality and dedication to making a difference."
About SKYGEN USA
SKYGEN USA is dedicated to transforming the delivery of health benefits through innovative, technology-enabled solutions that drive down the cost of care while ensuring healthier outcomes for all Americans. By creating and employing world-class software solutions, the organization creates unprecedented levels of automation and cost savings, creating the most efficient health plans in the country. The SKYGEN USA client roster includes our nation's largest healthcare insurers with clients operating in over 100 markets serving 28 million member lives on its technology platform and 11 million member lives through its outsourcing solutions. For more information, please visit www.skygenusa.com.
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