WWT’s focus on nurturing an engaged workforce that encourages employees to innovate and work creatively helped land them on the list

[ST. LOUIS], Jan. 19, 2017 – World Wide Technology (WWT), a leading integrator that provides innovative technology and supply chain solutions to large public and private organizations, has been named one of the Best Workplaces in Technology by Fortune and Great Place to Work®.

Fortune and Great Place to Work recognize companies that they determine are serious about creating a great workplace and are comfortable with transparency. Ranking 7th of the top 30 large companies on the 2017 list, WWT’s standing on the list is based on the results of 1,211 anonymous employee surveys conducted by Great Place to Work. Over 95 percent of WWT employees gave high ratings to the company for rewards, atmosphere, communications, bosses and challenges.

WWT provides employees with several benefits including an on-site family health center, tread-desk workstations, massages and food trucks, however the company is singularly focused on nurturing an engaged workforce that encourages employees to innovate and work creatively, thus building job satisfaction. WWT’s culture consists of creating an approachable environment for honest feedback and continuous collaboration.

“We are honored to have Fortune and Great Place to Work recognize WWT for the community and innovation we’ve built around our employees,” said Ann Marr, vice president of human resources for WWT. “They are the foundation behind the great IT solutions we are creating for enterprises. To have them voice their unanimous enthusiasm for the company shows that a core investment in the well-being of workers can lead to corporate success.”

To see the full list of 2017 Best Large Workplaces in Technology with full company profiles, visit: https://www.greatplacetowork.com/best-workplaces/technology/2017/large-companies

About WWT

World Wide Technology (WWT) is a technology solution provider with more than $9 billion in annual revenue that provides innovative technology and supply chain solutions to large public and private organizations around the globe. Through its culture of innovation, WWT inspires, builds and delivers business results, from idea to outcome.

Based in St. Louis, WWT works closely with industry leaders including Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO); Dell Technologies (NYSE: DVMT); Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE); Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT); NetApp, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP); VMware; AT&T Inc. (NYSE: ATT); Boeing (NYSE: BA); and the U.S. Air Force. WWT employs more than 4,000 people and operates over 2 million square feet of warehousing, distribution and integration space in more than 20 facilities throughout the world.

For more information about World Wide Technology, visit www.wwt.com.

Media Contact

Anthony Suarez, North of Nine Communications for WWT

Phone: 212-614-4331

Email: anthony.suarez@nof9.com

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