icrunchdata ranked by Inc Magazine Top 5 Job Boards - Business Wire

icrunchdata has been ranked on the Inc. Magazine Top 5 Job Boards that are streamlining the hiring process by providing companies a targeted focus into their respective talent communities. Companies are moving to narrower recruiting strategies, away from general job boards, when recruiting for hard-to-find professionals with specific skill sets. icrunchdata is recognized as the best job search site to find jobs in big data, data science, cloud, software engineering and analytics. These areas are expected to generate over 4 million jobs by 2015.

Co-Founder Ron Emery says, “There is no greater compliment among our peers than to have been recognized by Inc. Magazine. We value their publication and perspective on rising stars and business leaders. It’s an unexpected but greatly appreciated acknowledgement. Our commitment to big data jobs only grows deeper and more focused.”

The icrunchdata brand has continued to evolve to better serve the big data community with the introduction of icrunchdata news with a team of global contributors, the Big Data Jobs Index with the latest industry job statistics and icrunchdata exchange for collaboration in big data, analytics and technology, all released in 2013.

“As we start 2014 which marks our 11th year in big data, it’s great to have Inc. Magazine recognize us as a leader in providing a streamlined approach to finding the top talent in big data,” said icrunchdata co-founder Todd Nevins. “The unique variables of recruiting in the big data space have challenged our company to evolve quickly to solve the dynamic and growing needs of our clients.”

About icrunchdata

Founded in 2003 by Ron Emery and Todd Nevins, icrunchdata has cornered the market bringing simplicity and positive vibes to the global Big Data community. icrunchdata is base-camped in Austin, TX with locations in Los Angeles, Chicago and Orlando. Their team collaborates regularly in coffee shops, co-working spaces and other Wi-Fi spots, and brings the cool factor to their own company culture.

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