We’re building a software platform to tackle a $1Tn/year problem: building the latest digital enterprise solutions on legacy technology. And reviving from within those legacy systems - in a smooth, safe and resilient way.
This is a different kind of product company, relying on a team that enjoys the hardest challenges and comes up with radical solutions. The kind of team that makes the things everyone believes are impossible to make. This is why we believe the best thing we have to offer is the opportunity to thrive in the best team ever seen in the tech space.
We believe that the best people have the 100X output of “almost best” people. We don’t believe in large teams.
We believe in small, gritty, creative teams.
People listen in order to reply. This makes them overlook opportunities and insights and generally, they stay stuck. We listen to understand. We believe everyone might hold some nugget of information.
And then we decide.
Everyone is an engineer
We are a small team and we plan to keep it that way. What enables us to operate like this is that each and every one of us solves problems, understands the product, is insanely creative, and operates with flexibility and speed. Which are all attributes of a great software engineer.
We recognize value
It doesn’t matter if you work in Ops or Sales or Product if you just finished college or have +10 years of experience - a great idea is a great idea. We hire people to have an opinion and sometimes fight for it. And we hire people humble enough to recognize that opinions are there for changing and improving.
Slow is smooth and smooth is fast
Our team takes time to think about the right problem to solve and the right way to solve it for a real-world customer. Rather than move fast from the start and fix it later (bad code, right?), we believe some thoughtfulness before starting pays X100 times in speed later on.
We stole this one from the Seals. They do the most dangerous things in the world and they take things slow. If they can find time to pause and reflect in their line of work, so can you.
Engineers are driven by perfection. Yet perfect is the enemy of good and what the world needs now is good solutions that customers or users love. We appreciate those engineers - experienced enough to anticipate problems but daring enough to settle for the most high-impact things that need building.