CodeSignal Named On G2’s Best Software Companies 2020 List

CodeSignal, a technical skills assessment platform dedicated to helping companies #GoBeyondResumes in tech recruiting, was honored with a G2’s Best Software for 2020 Award.

Akin to The People’s Choice Awards for tech companies, G2’s Best Software Awards rank the world’s best software companies and products based on authentic, timely reviews from real users. 

“This award represents how much our users love our platform. It is also a humble reminder that our customers are counting on us to deliver excellence. We will continue listening to our users and building innovative features like our new virtual whiteboard.” says CodeSignal CEO, Tigran Sloyan.

Tech companies on the list have proven their commitment and value to their users based on hundreds, if not thousands of verified reviews. With over 57,844 software companies on G2, CodeSignal is honored to be recognized as one of the 100 Best Software Companies for the 2020 list. It’s an achievement that can only be earned through the endorsement of our users. 

G2 created the 100 Best Software Companies for 2020 list based on data from over 1M authentic, verified customer reviews. These reviews were written and published between January 1, 2019 – March 3, 2020. These reviews — each vetted by a real person to ensure legitimacy — spanned across 77,381 software products. 

Over the last year, CodeSignal has introduced numerous industry-leading innovations and improvements — a standardized assessment solution called Certify, an update to IDE to bring the VS Code experience, a virtual whiteboard feature, and more. The company has also been honored with several awards including CNBC Upstart 100 and Forbes 30 Under 30. Customers like Uber, Postmates, and Robinhood use CodeSignal to scale University recruiting, conduct live interviews, and automate technical interviews. 

To learn more about CodeSignal and its technical skills assessment solution, visit codesignal.com.

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