SEP Voted Indianapolis Star 2009 Top Workplace

June 21, 2009


INDIANAPOLIS—Software Engineering Professionals (SEP), has been named a top place to work in Central Indiana according to The Indianapolis Star. In association with Workplace Dynamics, The Indianapolis Star evaluated over 125 employers allowing more than 17,000 employees to respond to a confidentialemployee survey. Twenty-two researched questions were asked of SEP staff. The questions focused on SEP’s business operations, facilities, policies and values. Company rankings were based on the answers to those statements.

“Receiving this award is very humbling,” said Jeff Gilbert, President of SEP. “Our people made this happen because they believe in their company and get the culture.”

SEP placed eleventh on the list of 50 small-sized companies (100 employees or less). **

“Creating an environment that produces innovation and excellence is the basis of SEP’s mission,” said Laura Bills, Human Resources Manager.“We don’t hire people just to staff a specific project; we hire smart people who fit our culture and who get things done.It’s a philosophy that has led to SEP’s steady growth over its 21-year history.”

SEP also received the “Best-in-Category” for Work/Life Flexibility. “This wasn’t too surprising to me,” said Gilbert. From the very start SEP has worked hard to support employee’s work/life balance. We want them to have time and energy to pursue their interests including continued professional and technical development.”

**About ****Software Engineering Professionals (SEP)** SEP is a privately held software engineering company located in Carmel, IN. It was founded by Rose-Hulman graduates in 1988 and has grown to include 75 employees. SEP collaborates with many Fortune 500 companies to develop new software systems and products for business, data and safety critical applications. They offer full lifecycle software solutions to clients in the medical, aerospace, healthcare and national defense markets. For more information go to []() or call 317.843.1640.