Working At Veer West

April 29th, 2010 by Cedric Savarese

We’re a small team and we consider ourselves a startup, even though we’re not in the Valley, we haven’t raised any venture capital (we’re not planning to)  and we happen to be profitable.

We’re not trying to change the world (just yet).  We’re patient. We take one day at a time. We try to better ourselves, to learn and master our craft.

We believe in opinionated software, but we don’t pretend to know everything our customers need.   We listen to them and if we can make their jobs a little bit easier, then we’re good.

Perhaps our most precious resource is the time our customers give us – time spent learning and using our software. We try to not abuse it.

Results are, in turn, the only thing we demand from ourselves. We work from home, coffee shops, or the office.  Hours and location don’t matter. Efficiency matters. We don’t work hard/play hard. We just tend our work; we get it right, we get it done, and we don’t make it hard.

We have the tools, the technology, the skills, and the freedom to make our job what we would like it to be: that is, rewarding, peaceful, useful, and meaningful. It’s not always like that of course. Our job can sometimes be tedious or stressful, but we’re always on the lookout for better ways to work and get things done.

If this sounds appealing, please join us. We need all the help we can get!

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