Smart & Likeable
When you work at Daugherty, you’ll be surrounded by smart and likeable people engaged in interesting and important work. It’s what we’re known for and why we’ve been selected as a ‘Best Place to Work’ for eight years straight.
When you work at Daugherty, you’ll have access to the people, tools and experiences that will help you grow and expand your career – however you desire. Whether it’s through one-on-one mentoring, plugging in to Daugherty’s extensive training environment of lunch n’ learns, evening classes and certification programs, or engaging in exciting and challenging projects with our clients to stretch your skills and learn new things, Daugherty offers a world-class experience with a hometown feel.
Did you know?
Our consultants, with backing from Daugherty, earned over 400 certifications through a direct partnership with ICAgile. No matter your interest: whether it be Tableau, AWS, Azure, PMP, Hadoop etc. if you desire to learn new things and stay relevant in a quickly-changing business environment, Daugherty is the place to be.
In 2018, we provided over 550 educational opportunities including Lunch & Learns, training courses and evening classes. Topics and certifications ranged from cloud architecture to machine learning, data visualization to presentation skills. Whatever your interest, there are opportunities to grow and be engaged with likeminded professionals.
A Culture of Giving
Daugherty’s passion for delivering exceptional work to our clients and creating meaningful and rewarding work for our consultants is joined by our desire and commitment to support our local communities.
We partner with organizations dedicated to many different causes, including STEAM/STEM youth program development, diversity and inclusion, and work alongside veterans, minorities and many others. We make it a priority to know what Team Daugherty is passionate about and align with causes we think will have the greatest impact on our communities. If it’s important to our consultants, it’s important to us. That’s the Daugherty Difference.