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GoTo trumpets Pride in a 2022 summer of awards

Virtual and remote collaboration and connectivity software specialist GoTo has been collecting recognition for its products and practices throughout June.

Multiple GoTo offerings have just been highly rated in their specific categories by the G2 review platform’s summer 2022 report — including Central, Rescue, GoTo Connect, GoTo Meeting, GoTo Webinar and GoTo Assist.

“GoTo received top rankings in usability index, results index, relationship index, and implementation index reports, which are based on ratings by business professionals,” according to the vendor announcement.

GoTo also did well in multiple G2 grid reports that were based on positive reviews from verified users compared to similar products in particular categories.

“G2 is the world’s largest and most trusted software marketplace. With 1.7 million reviews and counting, G2 helps people around the world make better buying decisions — and reach their potential,” GoTo said.

The announcement followed a nod for equality and diversity in-house from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Corporate Equality Index.

According to Michael Gagnon, a senior sales manager and member of Pride@GoTo, the company scored 90 out of 100, joining 1,300 US businesses on the list.

“This is the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ workplace equality,” Gagnon said.

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month in many countries, including the USA.

GoTo scored 100% in workforce protections and inclusive benefits including transgender-inclusive healthcare coverage and family planning resources. The employee resource group also scored highly for inclusive culture and corporate social responsibility, Gagnon said.

“GoTo is committed to leading the tech industry in being a more inclusive and equitable workplace,” he said.

“We’ve committed to champion the areas we are excelling and seek opportunities to further advance our support and inclusion.”

( Photo by Michail Sapiton on Unsplash )

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