Q2ebanking Named To The Austin American-Statesman’s Top Workplaces

December 6, 2011

Q2ebanking Named To The Austin American-Statesman’s Top Workplaces

AUSTIN, Dec. 6, 2011 – Q2ebanking (Q2), a provider of premier electronic banking solutions for community-focused banks and credit unions throughout the U.S., announced today that The Austin American-Statesman ranked the company on its annual Top Workplaces list, which recognizes the best places to work in the Greater Austin area. The Austin American-Statesman serves Austin and Central Texas with a paid circulation of about 180,000 daily and 225,000 Sunday. The evaluation for the Top Workplaces program is based on feedback from an employee satisfaction survey. The Austin-American Statesmen partnered with Workplace Dynamics to administer the survey, where employees provided personal opinions on factors such as company direction, culture, management, and career opportunities. Q2ebanking ranked 20th among the companies recognized. “It is an honor to be recognized by our employees as a top place to work,” said Matt Flake, president of Q2ebanking. “Q2 is fortunate to have a sharp and experienced team with a passion for helping community-focused financial institutions excel. We truly believe that our employees are our most valuable resource and undoubtedly know that their knowledge and determination make Q2 not only a successful company, but also a place where we are all proud to work. We are incredibly grateful for the atmosphere that they create, which, in turn, helps us provide the best products and services possible.” Q2ebanking was recognized for fostering a workplace environment that includes strong strategic direction and a shared vision to provide electronic banking solutions to communityfocused financial institutions in a simple, secure manner. Founded in 2004, Q2 was built on the experience of a strong executive and technical team, comprised of bankers as well as electronic banking and security industry veterans. The company has rapidly expanded to meet growing industry demands for progressive banking services and expects to employ 180 people by the end of 2011, and continue its steady growth in 2012.

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