Stratasan’s 10-Year Anniversary Marked by Successful Transition to Distributed Work, Productive DEI Initiative, and Industry Recognition
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Nashville, TN, Nov 10, 2021: Stratasan, an industry leader in healthcare data software, analytics, and services, is closing out 2021 with record growth and continued success. In its 10th year, Stratasan expanded its workforce by 33% (with seven additional positions currently open) and has effectively transitioned to a fully-remote workforce, with 30% of the team distributed across the country. The implementation of an ongoing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiative has benefited the entire Stratasan team and overall corporate culture. Stratasan is ending the year on a high note, having recently been recognized by The Nashville Entrepreneur Center as the 2021 Technology Market Mover and by making the 2021 Inc. 5000 list for a second time.
Stratasan’s commitment to being core-value focused, and its diligence to invite employee input into company culture discussions are key reasons for the team’s lasting rapport. Having fully committed to distributed work at the end of 2020—as outlined in this Slideshare deck—the leadership team has encouraged open communication to address issues that could arise during the transition. In response to employee feedback, two wellness initiatives were launched, ‘Second Fridays’, which grants everyone in the company the second Friday of every month off to rest and recharge, and weekly “virtual watercooler chats” via a Slack integration with Donut. A recent employee survey highlighted that over 85% of the workforce feels engaged and supported by the senior leadership team, a statistic that reinforces why nearly one-third of Stratasan’s employees have been with the company for more than five years.
“I couldn’t be more proud of this team and the many ways we’ve evolved and improved, especially in the last year,” shares Haley Devlin, COO for Stratasan. “The Stratasan team is special, and our openness to change is one of the many things that make us so strong.”
In 2021, Stratasan partnered with a third party, Courage Collective, to launch an organization-wide DEI initiative. The goals of this partnership are to better understand DEI overall and to receive training that can make a lasting personal and professional impact on team members. Stratasan’s leadership was motivated to form this partnership and create space for empathetic, safe, and intentional conversations, to lead the way for continuous improvement in the future.
“Stratasan is dedicated to providing a positive and inclusive work environment for every member of its team,” shared Dani Marrero, HR Director for Stratasan. “Our experience with Courage Collective has proven to be an extremely beneficial team-building endeavor.”
The Stratasan team is ending the year celebrating its growth and feeling grateful for the industry recognition it received. As May marked 10 years since the company’s inception, the team has reflected on its early ties to the Nashville Entrepreneur Center (EC), as they were EC’s first participants, and how this relationship has continued to flourish over the years. Notable awards received this year include the NEXT Award for Technology Market Mover, The Startup Weekly’s Exceptional Workplace Award, Jason Moore, Stratasan’s Founder and CEO being recognized as Entrepreneur of the Year by the Nashville Business Journal, and recognition on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list.
To learn more about Stratasan’s company culture, core values, and job opportunities, visit Stratasan.com.
Media Contact: Jennifer Keller, Stratasan, firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Stratasan, LLC
Nashville-based Stratasan was founded to change the way hospitals and health systems use data to achieve strategic growth. Stratasan is a leading provider of advanced data analytics and market intelligence to healthcare strategic planning and marketing professionals delivered via cloud services. A high-growth healthcare technology company, Stratasan works with more than 1,000 hospitals across 40+ states to remove the roadblock of endless data analysis and progress to the important work of growth planning. For more information, visit http://www.stratasan.com.