Port Townsend: Wireless technology company Mobilisa hailed as a good employer by magazine

PORT TOWNSEND — Mobilisa, Inc., an innovative wireless technology company based downtown, has been named one of the top 10 small companies to work for in the state.

Washington CEO magazine ranked the company in its June edition.

Mobilisa was named 10th among companies with 1 to 99 employees.

Scores were weighted on employee and judge appraisals in areas like training, supervision, performance standards, benefits, leadership and work environment.

The Port Townsend firm was the only business located outside the Interstate 5 corridor named in the category.

The magazine has compiled the list for 14 years.

“This is a tremendous honor, one that our employees, above all else, deserve very much,” company Chief Executive Officer Nelson Ludlow said in a statement.

“Mobilisa is successful because of our dedicated and highly talented employees. We are proud to be honored with this award.”

Ludlow was unavailable for comment Wednesday, but his wife, Senior Vice President Bonnie Ludlow, said credits the staff for the company’s rapid growth.

She anticipates steady growth over the next three years.

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