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[November 07, 2012]

Enterasys Networks Honored as a Top Place to Work in 2012 by The Boston Globe

ANDOVER, Mass., Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, today announced it has been named by The Boston Globe as one of the Top Places to Work in Boston, coming in 4th out of 35 in the large business category. Enterasys accepted the award during a ceremony held at the Revere Hotel in Boston. The Boston Globe awarded "top places to work" distinctions in the categories of small, medium, large and largest businesses.


"At Enterasys, we believe that nothing is more important than our customers - that holds true for our internal customers as well," said Chris Crowell, President and CEO, Enterasys. "Our employees are our greatest asset at Enterasys. We encourage them to share ideas and collaborate at every level. We are so pleased that our employees have rated us as one of the best places to work - we owe it all to them." Andover-based Enterasys has 516 employees in the Massachusetts area, providing a unified OneFabric infrastructure across wired and wireless networks. Enterasys is a social business with a collaborative and customer-focused culture, which has been key to its strategy to truly connect with employees and customers by listening, responding, engaging, and adding value through social media tactics. Furthermore, the company has enjoyed three years of consecutive top line revenue growth and boasts a NetPromoter score of 81, higher than industry bellwethers such as Apple and Cisco. NetPromoter is the gold standard for companies who want to translate customer experience into profitable growth. In addition, Enterasys also has less than five percent employee attrition - much lower than industry average.

"We are so proud to be named one of the Best Places to Work in Boston, and we are even prouder of our employees who brought us this distinction," said Tammy Baker, VP of global human resources, Enterasys. "At Enterasys we know that happy employees mean happy customers, and we are fortunate to have the best of both." Resources Enterasys Social Media Newsroom Enterasys Careers About Enterasys Networks and Siemens Enterprise Communications Siemens Enterprise Communications is a leading global provider of unified communications (UC) solutions and network infrastructure for enterprises of all sizes. Leveraging 160 years of experience, we deliver innovation and quality to the world's most successful companies, backed by a world-class services portfolio which includes international multi-vendor managed and outsourcing capabilities. Our OpenScape communications solutions provide a seamless and efficient collaboration experience - on any device - which amplifies collective effort and dramatically improves business performance. Together, our global team of UC experts and service professionals set the standards for a rich communications experience that empowers teams to deliver better results. Siemens Enterprise Communications is a joint venture of The Gores Group and Siemens AG, and includes Enterasys Networks, a provider of network infrastructure and security solutions, creating a complementary and complete enterprise communications solutions portfolio.

Contact: Jason King Amanda Jones Enterasys Networks Connect Public Relations +1 978.684.1847 +1 801.373.7888 jaking@enterasys.com amandaj@connectpr.com SOURCE Enterasys Networks

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