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Xevant Recognized as a Great Place to Work®-Certified Company

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Xevant, the leader and creator of automated data analytics for pharmacy benefits organizations, announced its recent certification as a Great Place to Work® company. The Great Place to Work Certification is a badge of honor that validates the employee experience and great workplace culture organizations create for their people. 

Achieving the Great Place to Work® Certification is based entirely on what current employees say about their experience working at Xevant. This year, 100% of employees said it’s a great place to work-41% higher than the average U.S. company. Xevant was thrilled to far exceed the required responses to earn the certification.

“We work hard to cultivate an environment that’s inclusive, communicative, and employee-driven,” said Brandon Newman, Xevant CEO. “Our team has been vital to our rapid and continued growth. I can’t express enough how appreciated they are and I’m truly humbled that they choose to lend their expertise and time to Xevant.”


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Laura Phillipson

Director, Client Success

Laura Phillipson is a client management expert with experience managing client services teams. Her past roles include Sr. Client Services Executive for Navitus and over a decade of experience as a Certified Pharmacy Technician. Laura’s career in client relations spans nearly two decades. An avid sports fan, Laura excels in helping clients create a strong strategy with a competitive edge. Laura’s extensive background in both customer service and the medical field provides an ideal blend to lead client management for Xevant.

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