deverus, Inc. Named one of Central Texas’ Best Places to Work

AUSTIN, Texas — deverus, the leader in background screening technology, today announced that it has been recognized by the Austin Business Journal for being one of the 2007 Best Places to Work in Central Texas.

The Austin Business Journal holds the contest annually. This year over 160 companies were nominated in three categories. The Journal chose winners based on companies with the best climate, team atmosphere, benefits, and engaged employees through employee feedback. deverus was one of only a handful of companies chosen in the small business category.

This achievement reiterates the importance and success of deverus’ commitment to a positive work environment which fosters employee growth and well being.

“One of my most important jobs is creating a place where people want to work, grow and feel valued for their efforts. Receiving this award validates the emphasis we put on creating that place and I am honored,” says deverus CEO, Shawn Rucks.

The awards ceremony will be held in Austin on June 21, 2007. Additionally, deverus will be recognized in a special supplement to the Journal which will hit newsstands June 22.

About deverus
Founded in 1998, deverus is the leading provider of software, integration technology, and strategic services for the background check industry.

From system-to-system integration, customized and off the shelf enterprise level applications, to sophisticated tools that manage the information supply chain, deverus enables background check companies to dramatically lower operating expenses and increase revenues by connecting to customers, employees, and information sources online, anytime, from anywhere.

Information: http://www.deverus.com

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