In 2009, work colleagues who’d been together for decades co-founded Corserv, a privately held company that offers payment programs to banks and financial tech firms. Headquartered in Atlanta and with staff in 10 states, the company estimates its latest annual revenues at $21 million.
Anil Goyal, company president, said he believes Corserv is a Top Workplace because of its core values of integrity, transparency, accountability and community.
“Our company is largely employee-owned, and our corporate interests are aligned with our clients,” he said. “We believe in teamwork and embrace diverse cultures and points of view.”
Corserv has 56 employees, all of whom have the option to work remotely. Goyal said the pandemic had minimal impact on the company, because employees were already fully digital and working remotely.
“We did increase the focus on our monthly ‘all hands’ virtual meeting, where corporate financials, opportunities and challenges are shared,” he said. “More importantly, each employee shares their activities and interests with the entire team.”
During the pandemic the company also “increased sensitivity to the disruption created for families with school children and those caring for family members,” Goyal said.
Article by By Nancy Badertscher for the Atlanta Journal Constitution