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O2O Ep. 53 Systems Engineering










Host Jesse Tyler is joined by three great employee owners at 100% ESOP Systems Engineering, Matt McGrath, President and CEO, Justin Whitlock, Account Manager, and Shane Cochran, Business Developer.


Each guest shares personal insights on what ownership means to them; how they describe ownership when talking to family, friends, and strangers; the three words they use to describe ownership; their EO A-ha moments; and why anyone seeking work should consider a career at Systems Engineering.


The goal of this podcast is to have owner-to-owner discussions about a wide range of ownership experiences and culture topics, and to bring more insight into the individual ownership experience.


The Owner to Owner Podcast is produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network.







Our Difference: Enabling the Exceptional


Outstanding IT is more than equipment, systems, and process. It’s a positive culture of understanding business objectives, and engineering frictionless technology solutions to meet them. We learn together every day, solving complex problems, and offering solutions that move us all forward. Our integrated technology solutions work seamlessly, securely, and invisibly, arming organizations with the tools and support they need to go where they want to grow.


As a 100% employee-owned company, we are focused on building a rewarding, collaborative, and meaningful culture. We donate a generous portion our profits to community organizations and encourage each employee to share their expertise and abilities through paid volunteer work, fostering success in our communities for generations to come.



Systems Engineering is proud to be 100% Employee-Owned!


After operating as a privately held business for 20 years, we decided to embark on a remarkably different path from most New England companies and made a decision that would have a profound impact on our employees. We established ourselves as an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) company, giving our employees an ownership interest in the company by allowing staff to earn stock.


This decision positively reinforced the existing culture at Systems Engineering, creating an environment where everyone is engaged and committed to the mission and growth of the company. This, coupled with our prevailing attitude of “do what’s best for each other and our clients,” has created a more empowered, productive, and happy workforce that is committed to delivering successful outcomes.



For Career information at Systems Engineering, click here.








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This podcast is produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network.




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