We love the product that we are building. This means that we always infuse it with the best we can offer relentlessly maintaining a high standard.
Magical software looks just as good as it works. We demand of ourselves a simple user interface and backend code that 'just works.'
Our customer service is personalized because our users are at the center of everything we do. We care about their success and their business. User –focused, –retention, –feedback.
Everything we do is focused on growth. Growing our product, improving our processes, and most importantly growing ourselves. We always learn and never settle for good enough.
We know that ideas don’t matter unless they become action. We always error on the side of shipping, failing fast, and getting better as we go along.
Thinking small is a self-fulfilling prophecy. We challenge ourselves to constantly think bigger and want more. For ourselves, and the product that we are building.
Vision, Dental, Life & Medical Benefits
Fully Stocked Beverage Bar
Unlimited Sick and Vacation Days
We’re all grownups here. Get your work done and take time when you need it.
Yearly Learning Allowance
Your Very Own MacBook Pro
Casual Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, AND… Fridays
Random Donut Days, Wednesday Grilling, Field Trips to Dairy Queen (in –20 degrees)
Oh and did we mention… free faxing?
"software engineers are like code farmers." #overheardatcoschedule— Janelle Hartford (@jnhartford) December 22, 2017
You know how some companies have a water cooler? We have Crossy Road. #overheardatcoschedule— Shannon Wiedman (@shannonelle) February 13, 2018
"When in doubt, use Helvetica. That's my next tattoo." #OverheardAtCoschedule— Ben Sailer (@Ben_CoSchedule) January 15, 2018
"Out of all the weird people that work here, you might be the weirdest... I'd take that as a compliment." #overheardatcoschedule— Jamie Tait (@jamiektait) January 19, 2018
"It's just like Jurassic Park, I spent so much time figuring out if I could do it, I didn't think about if I should do it." #overheardatcoschedule— Peter Pomonis (@PeterPomon) December 28, 2017