Thank you for 2016

December 13, 2016 Jeff Ford

 thank youAs the holiday season is upon us, I want to take a moment and extend a sincere THANK YOU, as recognition to all of our faithful social media followers, appreciated clients, honored partners and devoted employees.  A company’s success is rooted in its people and I have been blessed over the last dozen years to work with some wonderful people, internally and externally. Partners and clients have been instrumental to our constant growth and success.

Helping companies feel the positive effects incentive programs can have on their whole enterprise ecosystem is a heart-warming success to me, as well.  Knowing that people and partners, who play a role in a company’s growth, have the opportunity to be recognized and deepen their connection to jobs, peers, partners or employers is definitely up lifting, and one of the reasons that I believe in this industry.

And on that note, I hold a glass high (my favorite Pinot, of course) and toast to you all, may the new year bring you happiness in every way.  Here’s to 2017…




About the Author

Jeff Ford

Jeff Ford is a co-founder of Perks and was the original architect of Perk’s SaaS incentive solution. Since the inception of the company, he has spearheaded the direction of everything from IT to Operations to Finance. He is passionate about technology and how the web has truly changed how we work and motivate our employees, partners and customers. Jeff’s background, prior to Perks, was spent as a solution architect, web developer and as a controller in the distribution and logistics industry. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, from the University of Central Arkansas. He brings his dog Xee to work every day and considers himself lucky and proud to be a part of such a great team.

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