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Origami Risk, a leading risk technology firm, gains honors from NABR and Built In. The firm is cited for top employee benefits and continues its legacy as a "Best Places to Work".

CHICAGO, February 22, 2021 — Origami Risk, the industry-leading risk, safety and insurance Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm, maintained its legacy among the nation’s best places to work, receiving recognition from both the National Association of Business Resources (NABR) and Built In, the technology recruitment firm. 

In addition to being named among NABR’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation” in 2020 for the fifth consecutive year, Origami earned NABR’s regional awards for its offices in Chicago and Atlanta – both for the fifth straight year, as well. Meanwhile, Built In has ranked Origami among the “100 Best Midsize Companies to Work For in Colorado 2021” and the “50 Companies with the Best Benefits in Chicago 2021.” 

With these new awards, Origami has now achieved more than 30 such honors for workplace, innovation and service in recent years. The steady recognition reflects Origami’s strong commitment to hire and retain the insurance industry's top talent, as well as to provide its colleagues with a collaborative culture and the support they need to deliver the highest level of service to its customers.

“At Origami, our focus on helping our clients succeed calls for recruiting and retaining the best people who are fully engaged and motivated by our distinctly collaborative and supportive culture,” said Nikki Facchini, vice president of Human Resources, Origami Risk. “As a result, we’re consistently able to anticipate and respond to the evolving and increasingly complex needs of our clients with tailored solutions and breakthrough innovations that help them manage risk and drive results.”

According to NABR, the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Organizations are assessed based on categories such as communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention and more.

Built In’s Best Places to Work is “an awards program for companies located in eight major markets across the U.S. and nationwide. This year’s awards will highlight companies located in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle and San Francisco. It rates companies algorithmically based on their compensation, benefits and culture programs.”

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About Origami Risk Origami Risk is a leading provider of integrated SaaS solutions for the risk, safety, and insurance industry — from insured corporate and public entities to brokers and risk consultants, insurers, third party claims administrators (TPAs), and risk pools. Highly configurable and completely scalable, Origami Risk delivers a full suite of risk management tools and insurance core system solutions from a secure, cloud-based platform accessible via web browser and mobile app. Visit origamirisk.com or contact Origami at info@origamirisk.com.

About NABR The National Association for Business Resources (NABR), connects, educates, and empowers businesses across the country through focused programs, groundbreaking studies, and field-leading support. The NABR, established in 1996, fosters a collaborative environment in which companies and leaders learn best practices, trends, and vital information benefiting the company and its employees well beyond the finances. Through the Best and Brightest programs, the National Association for Business Resources provides specialized business services, education and resources for businesses throughout the United States.

About Built In Built In, a venture-backed industry leader in tech recruitment, serves more than 1,800 innovative tech companies, with 2.5 million sought-after tech professionals visiting the site monthly. The platform leverages the power of content to help tech companies elevate their reputations as national, local or remote employers of choice, as well as leaders in DEI. With $30 million in funding to date, Built In raised $22 million in a 2019 Series C round led by Updata Partners with participation from existing investors including MATH Venture Partners, which led Built In’s previous two funding rounds. Built In’s most recent accolades include its inclusion in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ list and the 2020 Inc. 5000 list. http://www.builtin.com