TQL named to Computerworld 2023 Best Places to Work in IT list

Total Quality Logistics earns IT excellence award for fourth straight year

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Cincinnati, OH (Dec. 13, 2022) — Total Quality Logistics (TQL), the second-largest logistics firm in North America, has been selected by Foundry’s Computerworld as a 2023 Best Places to Work in IT. The annual award, TQL’s fourth straight, recognizes top organizations for excellence and quality in the IT workplace.

“This award reflects our values of investing in people and technology,” said TQL president Kerry Byrne. “We are intentional about giving our IT talent the resources and training they need to create market-leading logistics technology solutions. We salute our IT team for their extraordinary work.”

Computerworld ranked TQL No. 1 in Employee Engagement and No. 50 among large organizations as a top work environment for technology professionals. Judging was based on a comprehensive questionnaire with categories such as benefits, career development, future of work, training, retention and diversity, equity and inclusion. The Best Places to Work in IT lists were reviewed and vetted by a panel of industry experts. 

TQL’s dedicated IT team has over 400 associates and designs the majority of the company’s business applications. In-house software developers design, develop, implement and maintain propriety software like Load Manager, TRAX and Carrier Dashboard.

TQL also offers an innovative IT Apprenticeship Upskill Program to cultivate existing talent among employees without prior tech training. The program equips internal IT prospects – former accounting, sales and operations employees – with a specialized education, on-the-job training and employment.

The Computerworld distinction extends an award-winning year for TQL’s tech team. TQL was a semifinalist for the 2022 Forrester Technology Strategy Impact Award for North America and won two others: the Cincinnati Lifts Inclusion and Minority Business (CLIMB) award for the IT Apprenticeship Program and Cincinnati Best in Tech. 

For the full list of Computerworld’s 2023 Best Places to Work in IT award winners, visit computerworld.com.

TQL is currently hiring IT professionals. Visit TQLjobs.com for openings.

About TQL
Total Quality Logistics (TQL) creates greater supply chain efficiencies for our customers by combining industry-leading technology with unmatched customer service. Customers and carriers turn to us daily to solve their transportation needs with competitive pricing, continuous communication and a commitment to do it right — every time. Through our comprehensive portfolio of logistics services and network of 130,000+ carriers we move 3 million loads of freight annually. Our company and employees make the world a better place by donating thousands of volunteer hours and millions of dollars each year through TQL Cares and the TQL Foundation. We are proud to be the naming rights sponsor of TQL Stadium, home of Major League Soccer’s FC Cincinnati. Founded in 1997 in Cincinnati, Ohio, TQL is one of the largest logistics firms in North America, with 10,000+ employees in 56 offices across the U.S. Learn more at TQL.com.

About Computerworld
Computerworld is the leading technology media brand empowering enterprise users and their managers, helping them create business advantage by skillfully exploiting today's abundantly powerful web, mobile, and desktop applications. Computerworld also offers guidance to IT managers tasked with optimizing client systems—and helps businesses revolutionize the customer and employee experience with new collaboration platforms. Computerworld's award-winning website (computerworld.com), strategic marketing solutions and research forms the hub of the world's largest global IT media network and provides opportunities for IT vendors to engage this audience. Computerworld is published by Foundry. Company information is available at foundryco.com.

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