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The first problem we’re solving is making quality assurance (QA) suck less.
Our core values: The I/O
Transparency means that we make visible our decision making processes and outcomes as best as possible. Transparency mandates and holds us to a higher standard of truth and honesty while simultaneously providing a guide for others, both internal and external to the organization, to further their understanding of the world.
Humility, for us, means three things. Humility is accepting and forgiving the self, every organization, and generally all humans as fallible. Second, it means that for business decisions, we put the values of the organization above personal self-interests that are misaligned with the whole. Last, it means that we explicitly don’t value or reward egocentric behaviors, while challenging our own egocentric thinking.
Enthusiasm means that we strive to personally embody the values of the organization and that we each want the organization to succeed. It also means that we value and encourage positive self-esteem, and that we seek an attitude that loves what we do in each moment of doing it–that is, that we love the work for its own sake.
We value autonomy and self-determination. Wherever possible, we prioritize clear well-defined responsibilities scoped to singular individuals which lets us decentralize decision-making. Whenever possible, we enable individuals to experiment, iterate, and improve the areas that they own, and, as they grow, learn the art of delegation of ownership without micro-management.
To bring this full circle, short term survival is not enough. Instead, our mission is to fight both the dangers of immediate collapse and the slow failures to reach long-term potential. We’re calling our enemy burnout. Burnout applies to individuals failing to reach their personal potential. Burnout applies to projects and organizations that fail. And burnout applies to our species living in unsustainable ways.
We don’t have ping-pong tables, or really much of an office. That’s not why great people go to work: they go for impact on a mission, and for the people that work around them. Our culture is one where we love the work and appreciate each other’s contributions. At ProdPerfect, you’ll take the reins of whatever you work on, work hard at it, be respected and recognized, and love the people—from wherever you are. We hire all across America. We don’t care about butt-in-seat time; do great work!
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I realized the work I’d done—even though it was difficult—was worth the investment because it saved so many other teams so many hours. The idea of doing that at scale was really interesting. It’s a really hard and finicky problem to solve even for a single company. So it’s super ambitious to solve that broadly for lots of companies.
Senior Software Engineer
We have this really interesting culture. Everybody has their role, but everyone wants to help out with everybody’s else’s role. That’s why we have such fascinating work. Everybody wants to solve problems, whether it’s their problems or somebody else’s.
Associate Director of Sales