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The Annual Awards Series Highlights The Best Places To Work According To Anonymous Employer Feedback

PORTLAND, Maine, Dec. 14, 2022 – Logically, one of the nation’s leading managed IT and security service providers, was named as one of Comparably’s “Best Companies for Women” as part of the annual Comparably Awards series highlighting the best CEOs and places to work.

Comparably’s Best Places to Work Awards are given to organizations whose employees rate their workplace above a certain threshold in multiple categories. Logically was selected as Comparably’s Best Company for Women based on feedback from female employees.

To determine award winners, workers are asked structured questions (in yes/no, true/false, 1-10 scale, multiple-choice formats) spanning 16 different workplace topics (from compensation, perks, and benefits to work-life balance, career growth, and leadership). Each answer is then given a numerical score and compared to companies of similar size.

“It’s an honor to know that our ongoing efforts toward inclusivity and equality in the IT and security industries – spaces typically dominated by men – have been recognized and appreciated by our employees,” said Dominique Andrews, Chief People Officer of Logically. “We do our best to lead our industry at many levels, including how we support our employees, and receiving the Best Company for Women designation demonstrates that employees are resonating with our ongoing efforts.”

About Logically
Logically is a leading national Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) and Managed Service Provider (MSP) that works to secure customers’ futures. As a champion of cybersecurity innovation, we marry the right technologies to create personalized solutions that address our customers’ myriad IT challenges, with security as a focal point. Since 1999, we have made IT management easy and secure for thousands of organizations across highly regulated industries, and we are known for our best-in-class, high-touch customer support.

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