IDG Insider Pro and Computerworld Name MSC Industrial Supply Co. to 2021 List of 100 Best Places to Work in IT for Fifth Consecutive Year
For the fifth consecutive year, IDG’s Insider Proand Computerworld named MSC Industrial Supply Co. among the Best Places to Work in IT as one of the 100 top organizations that challenge their IT staffs while providing great benefits and compensation. MSC, a premier distributor of Metalworking and Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) supplies and services to industrial customers throughout North America, ranked No. 41 among large organizations on the list.
MSC’s continual investment in IT solutions leverages custom-developed applications, best-of-breed commercial software and the latest technology like cloud computing, artificial intelligence and big data analytics and provides challenging and rewarding career opportunities for IT team members, said Charlie Bonomo, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for MSC.
“Being recognized as a Best Place to Work in IT for the fifth year in a row is a testament to the impactful work performed by our IT team, especially over the past year and a half as they’ve enabled many of our associates to work remotely, safely and productively,” Bonomo said. “Through the unique challenges faced during the global pandemic, our team has emerged stronger than ever.”
“Despite the overwhelming obstacles the pandemic has created for many businesses, IT has managed to thrive and in fact, become more essential in the workplace. Attracting and retaining top IT talent to research, deploy and maintain technology has never been more critical,” said Kate Hoy, editor of IDG’s Insider Pro. “Companies that have earned a spot on the Insider Pro and Computerworld 2021 Best Places to Work in IT list have been able to foster nimble and flexible work environments – while continuing to keep competitive compensation and benefits steady. Additionally, they foster a spirit of diversity, social responsibility, training and innovation.”
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