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[November 14, 2012]

Banker's Toolbox Ranked One of the Top Places to Work in Austin

(GlobeNewswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 14, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Austin American Statesman has selected Banker's Toolbox as one of its 2012 Top Workplaces in Austin. "It is a great honor to be recognized as one of the top places to work in Austin considering how many great software companies are here," said Banker's Toolbox CEO, Daniel Cho. "For many years now we have had the philosophy that we should put people first by making work fun and sharing what we earn through bonuses and stock options. It's nice to be recognized for that." Some of the various perks employees enjoy at Banker's Toolbox include free lunch catered daily, an office for every employee, fully stocked kitchen, quarterly celebrations, a recreation room equipped with video games and a ping-pong table, and a complimentary gym. The workplace also boasts an environment that fosters innovation and creativity with an open door policy encouraging employees to make regular suggestions to management.

The top places to work in Austin list was compiled by Austin American Statesman partner, WorkplaceDynamics LLP, an Exton, Pa. based company with expertise in employee engagement surveys. WorkplaceDynamics has done top-workplace projects for newspapers since 2007 by asking workers to anonymously rate their employers on issues like leadership, ethics, values, and employee treatment.

Banker's Toolbox cites their employee centric values as a large reason for their long-term success. The company's values have brought about very low turnover rates, with employees invested in the success of the company, which in turn has led to steady, organic growth, and one of the highest customer satisfaction rates in the industry.

"It's simple I believe happy employees will create happy customers," Cho said. "We try to take care of our employees and really treat them like family." Current job openings include, but are not limited to, Software Developer, Lead Software Developer, Business Development Associate, Technical Analyst, and Human Resources Manager. Interested applicants should visit for more details.About Banker's Toolbox, Inc.

Austin, TX-based Banker's Toolbox, Inc. helps community financial institutions manage risk and streamline compliance examinations. The company's product suite consists of proven solutions for money laundering detection and reporting, risk management through fraud and kite prevention, secure wire processing automation, and commercial real estate loan portfolio risk assessment. The Banker's Toolbox team is a unique combination of seasoned bankers and information technology consultants who specialize in designing, developing, and implementing risk management solutions while providing unparalleled customer service. For more information, visit the company's website at

A photos accompanying this release is available at: pkgid=15762 The Banker's Toolbox, Inc. logo is available at pkgid=14133 CONTACT: Banker's Toolbox Bob Kim, 512-279-5799 Chief Relationship Officer Source: Banker's Toolbox 2012 GlobeNewswire, Inc.

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