Searchspring is More Than a SaaS Company. We’re a Company of People on a Mission to Provide the Ultimate Shopper Experience.
What is Searchspring Culture?
Searchspring culture can be summed up in one word:
Just kidding. No it can’t. Why? Because “culture” is complex. What we can tell you is that Searchsprinklers work hard, respect each other, and every once in awhile, we go out for happy hour. We’re proud of the work we do. Each and every employee at Searchspring plays an important role in giving providing the ultimate shopper experience.
Our culture is built on a solid foundation of values that informs how employees act toward each other, our clients, our prospects, and our partners. We also use these values to help make decisions faster and more organically.
- Peter Messana, Searchspring CEO
It’s Not Just Another Set of Corporate Values, We Promise.
Start by thinking about how you are helping the customer today and the rest will follow.
Open by Default
Transparency whenever possible builds trust, trust makes teams work better. Needless privacy prevents collaboration.
Take the Time to be Curious
Learning allows you to grow, self growth fuels us all.
Treat Everyone With Respect
Embrace individualization of each other as well as their opinions and ideas.
Fail Fast and Publicly
Always try new things and iterate, no one is perfect, make mistakes, and share them. Mistakes we have learned from are mistakes worth sharing.
Do it Now
Don’t make everything a project, get answers for your customers now whenever possible (your customer is everyone that needs something from you).
Searchspring Benefits and Perks
At Searchspring, we include salary range on all Searchspring job postings and make sure employees see benefits and perks upfront. We want to make sure our employees are well-taken care of from the start and supported every step of the way.
From our humble beginnings of two guys who started a software company in a small office in Colorado (how cliché) to employing over 100 people (and dogs) in offices across the globe, we’ve come a long way. Read the Searchspring Story.