Motus Wins 2016 Best Places to Work Award from the Boston Business Journal

Company Culture Fosters Healthy Living and Innovative Approaches to Creating the Most Sophisticated Reimbursement Technology for Today’s Mobile Workforce

BOSTON, Mass., April 26, 2016

Motus, provider of the most accurate vehicle management and reimbursement platform available, today announced that it has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Boston Business Journal. An honoree in the small companies category, Motus is focused on helping its team members to live healthy, balanced and happy lives, and has developed programs and perks to ensure it reaches that goal. These include encouraging employees to WorkSmart so they can self-manage their own success; WorkHappy by letting their curiosity, bravery and exceptionality shine; and WorkHealthy by staying in motion to keep their minds active and creativity at the forefront.

Motus perks reinforce the company’s core values and help ease the stresses that can distract from what really matters – having fun while doing exceptional work. The list is extensive, but includes an open office design, pop-up lunches, unlimited snacks, beer on tap, weekly happy hours, a student loan debt relief program, unlimited vacation policy, a 401K match and Wii games for break time. Motus also encourages employee health with company-sponsored gym memberships, FitBit challenges, and a running club. On the work side, the company develops customized career paths to guide all employees in their paths to advancement, and is committed to growing talent and promoting from within through its Talent Accelerator Program. Philanthropy is also at the forefront at Motus with employees encouraged to participate in various service projects and having time off to volunteer for a cause on their own.

“We are extremely pleased to recognize these companies that clearly value their employees and go the extra mile to create great workplaces,” said Carolyn M. Jones, the Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher.

“It is truly an honor to be recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a Best Place to Work. Our exceptional employees share a common drive to deliver the best product, services and results for our clients, and we believe in creating an environment that will help them reach new heights,” said Craig Powell, Motus president and CEO. “The company culture that has ensued because of our team’s outstanding work ethic and respect for one another is the true testament as to why we won this award.”

Motus currently has more than 70 employees, all of whom are dedicated to driving forward new technologies that provide mobile workers with the freedom to allocate their time in ways that make them happiest. The company’s clients range from big brands like Coke and Thermo Fisher Scientific to smaller industry start-ups who depend on Motus’ sophisticated configuration engine to help them fairly and accurately reimburse employees exactly what they deserve, mitigate risk by ensuring compliance, and offer actionable data insights—all designed to allow the mobile workforce the freedom to find more happy moments by spending less time on administrative tasks.

The BBJ will recognize this year’s honorees — and count down each category’s top-ranked places to work — during its 14th annual Best Places to Work event scheduled for the evening of June 23 at Symphony Hall in Boston. For more information about careers at Motus, please visit:

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Motus is the definitive expert in anywhere workforce solutions. Its platform and proprietary software simplify the reimbursement and management of vehicle, device, work and living costs through personalized calculations. Powered by an unmatched pool of data, refined over more than 80 years, and updated in real time, Motus is the platform of choice for top Fortune 500 companies and organizations committed to workplace agility. Motus automotive data, captured and analyzed across the world’s largest retained pool of drivers, also underpins the annual Internal Revenue Service (IRS) business mileage standard, the amount an individual can deduct for business vehicle expenses. For more information please visit or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn.

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