Create Top-Notch Consumer Experiences With a Job at Perfect Sense
Perfect Sense created and now capitalizes on its digital application development platform, Brightspot, which powers dynamic and highly engaging consumer experiences. Perfect Sense delivers product strategy, user experience design, multi-platform software development, content services, SEO analysis, and 24/7 hosting and operations to big-name clients like Walmart, Univision, Cisco, and more.
The future of this company is looking bright. “We’re finally getting our name really out there,” shares Software Engineer Minnie Kwag. “Brightspot is starting to boom and we’re really developing a marketing and sales side to the company. I really believe this company’s going to start to grow and become a frontrunner in our field.”
And part of the reason there is such confidence in Perfect Sense’s outlook is due to the company’s laid back yet supportive management style. “It can be both hands on and hands off. For the projects that are needing assistance or possibly just needing that executive look, they can be hands on. And it’s not related to ability, it’s really just input from very smart people who can contribute to the success of an individual project,” says Sean Klein, Product Manager.
When they’re not creating and maintaining state-of-the-art software for their clients, employees are giving back to the community (by doing activities such as building bikes and donating them to charity) and having fun. Every Friday, one team member is picked from a hat to bring in breakfast for the whole team, and the day often ends with a happy hour.
If you want to help other companies improve and expand their business, then this company may make “perfect sense” for you.
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About The Author
Abby is a reporting and evaluation manager at an employee wellness company in Washington, DC. In addition to calculating the health risks for different companies, she also manages and contributes articles to her local gym’s blog. When she’s not crunching numbers or posting content, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the perfect café, or zipping through the city on her new bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.