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Wursta’s best moments of 2021

David Moore

David Moore

January 3, 2022

It is very easy to get caught up in the pursuit of goals, and we set some really big ones for ourselves in 2021. This has made the past year an exciting one for the Wursta team! I would like to take a moment to recognize our hard work and celebrate all the success we had by highlighting some key wins.

Ranking 440 on the Inc. 5000 list

While it’s an honor to be featured at all, to break the top 500 on Inc’s list for the second year in a  row is something to celebrate. “At Wursta, we continue to strive to be the best technology advisors we can be. In 2021 and beyond, we’re expanding the scope of our services to include a more comprehensive approach to leveraging Cloud technologies to make other organizations more prepared for whatever the future holds,” said Matt Wursta, CEO. 

Clutch awards: taking our customer’s feedback to heart

As a team that prides itself on our knowledge of Google’s productivity and collaboration suite, we’re proud to be honored as a Clutch 2021 Leader for productivity and collaboration consulting. Clutch is a B2B site for customers to post reviews of their experiences working with different organizations. Our customers shared their thoughts on the site, which led to our recognition. We’re sincerely grateful to partner with amazing customers, and to be recognized for it.

We’re growing! New Wursta employees

For the Wursta team, 2021 has been a year of growth. We’ve added 27 team members (almost doubling our headcount) from across the U.S and even in Latin America. We are excited for all the good things and additional growth to come in 2022. This growth is first and foremost for our clients: so we can enable them and provide the best support possible. As we add new team members, we expand our capabilities and grow with our clients. Interested in joining our team? Check out our career page for open positions; we’re adding more every month.

David Moore

David Moore

January 3, 2022

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