Case Study: Conga

A global leader in Commercial Operations transformation, Conga is working to drive global commerce each and every day. With major hubs in San Mateo, California; Broomfield, Colorado; the U.K., India, and Australia, Conga’s more than 1,350 employees serve more than 11,000 customers around the world. 

Conga was looking for a global, social, and intuitive recognition platform that could build relationship capital and shine a light on the shared purpose Conga employees work toward every day. Ideally, a robust, peer-to-peer recognition program would help differentiate Conga as an employer from other tech companies in both the highly competitive Silicon Valley area as well as the rest of the world.

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