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Media Release: RedEye Apps named #1 startup in Queensland by LinkedIn

Media Release: RedEye Apps named #1 startup in Queensland by LinkedIn

6 September 2019 –  RedEye Apps proudly announces that it has been named in the 2019 LinkedIn Top Startups list, which ranks the 25 hottest startups that are growing fast and attracting top talent.

The LinkedIn Top Startups list is derived from a blended score looking at factors including employment growth, engagement with the company and its employees, job interest, and the ability to attract top talent, and is informed by the billions of actions taken by more than 630+ million members on LinkedIn.

RedEye Apps was named #1 in Queensland, and #18 overall in Australia.

CEO and Co-Founder, Wayne Gerard, said, “As CEO, creating a great culture is my highest priority. A cracking culture is the foundation of a scalable startup. While culture is always a work in progress, the better the culture the better the opportunities and benefits for our team, clients and community.”

The Top Startups list is a part of the LinkedIn List franchise, an ongoing editorial series that celebrates professionals and companies making an impact in the professional world. To see the full list of the LinkedIn Top Startups, click here.

RedEye is reinventing the way people work by providing digital engineering solutions for companies that own and operate complex assets. Their cloud-based and mobile-focused Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms offer solutions for asset and work management. All solutions are built with, not built for clients. RedEye provides a single source of truth for all engineering documents, and connects the office to the field for optimal issue, maintenance, and workforce management.

RedEye clients include Snowy Hydro, BHP, Alinta Energy, SA Power Networks, Transurban, Queensland Children’s Hospital, New Plymouth District Council, as well as Southern Nevada Water Authority, which controls the Hoover Dam. Together with their clients, RedEye manages over $200billion of the world’s assets.

 

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