Madison is home to some of the best employers. Read about the great tech, medicine, and finance businesses that make our city excellent and provide careers for many Madison citizens!
Epic Systems was established in a basement in 1979 with “one and a half” employees. Epic strives to develop “software to help people get well, help people stay well, and help future generations be healthier.” Epic’s software is used in countless medical centers across numerous fields, patients’ homes, and even on patients’ cell phones.
An “epic” is a written document of a nation’s events (“like the Iliad or the Odyssey”). Epic’s software is exactly that; it “records the story of a patient’s healthcare over time.”
State of WI Investment Board
State of WI Investment Board (SWIB) is known as “a premier investment organization” thanks to its ”strong management of the trust funds of the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS), State Investment Fund (SIF), and several other smaller trust funds.”
SWIB has “a disciplined, prudent, and innovative approach to market opportunities,” which has allowed for “respectable returns” and continued beneficiary and stakeholder trust of the funds they manage.
Zendesk is “a service-first customer relationship management (CRM) company that builds software designed to improve customer relationships.”
Get ready to roll up your sleeves and “plant roots in the communities we call home.” Zendesk is a “powerful and flexible” software that “scales to meet the needs of any business.”
UW Health is committed “to serve through medical innovation and unparalleled compassion.” The staff offers “expertise and quality care to patients and families” across Wisconsin, Northern Illinois “and beyond.”
Learn more about their mission, health system, and national recognition.
UW-Madison Office of Human Resources
The Office of Human Resources serves “faculty and staff in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive personnel, training, and employment relations system.”
Through discussion and “information dissemination,” the office assists the University of Wisconsin–Madison to “anticipate and meet the human resources demands of a changing educational environment.”
Madison Metropolitan School District
UnityPoint Health – Meriter offers “convenient, personal care to patients in hospital and clinic settings.” Meriter is “the busiest birthing center in Wisconsin” and “is regularly recognized for outstanding quality and patient experience.”
St. Marys’ Hospital
As a non-profit, St. Mary’s Madison Hospital has 440 beds and “serves 18 surrounding south-central Wisconsin counties.” A member of St. Louis, Missouri’s SSM Health system, St. Mary’s has sister hospitals throughout Wisconsin, including Baraboo’s St. Clare Hospital and Janesville’s St. Mary’s Hospital.