The series of global events offers a unique opportunity for distributed teams to reconnect, strengthen team bonds and celebrate their achievements. Built In discovered the power of the event from the perspective of three ServiceNow team members.
Avoid the productivity bottleneck of sorting through tabs, files and emails: Dropbox Dash offers an efficient way to navigate an array of cross-platform tools. Built In learned more about how a cross-functional team brought the product to life.
For over a decade, Cox Communications has been improving internet access for underserved communities nationwide, closing the digital divide through affordable connectivity. Built In connected with Cox team members to learn more.
Zello offers mission critical solutions exactly when connection is needed most.
Orchard isn’t only helping clients build real estate equity — the company is also supporting its team to develop career equity through training, support and opportunities for advancement.
Braze’s come-as-you-are “experience agnostic” approach to tech hiring encourages candidates to showcase the skills they can bring to help the company grow.
While Aristocrat Gaming imagines a “frictionless experience” for the future of gaming, its collaborative culture already smoothly supports women advancing within the company.
Honing pipeline management skills is critical for any salesperson’s success. Built In Austin heard from a Lendflow account executive about how he keeps his pipeline ready for anything.
Customer success has evolved to encompass much more than client onboarding. Apty and BigCommerce share the future of their approach to CS and how their teams are building a thriving and sustainable business.
The Office’s Michael Scott may not be a good manager, but he’s great in sales. Built In Austin has lessons from Dunder Mifflin — and three local leaders — on how to succeed as part of a sales team.
“I will judge my success at Moov based on the experiences of my employees,” Co-founder and CEO Wade Arnold wrote. Three Moovers shared what that mission looks like in action.
From fast-growing startups to established firms with hefty benefits, here’s a rundown of Austin’s most noteworthy people-first organizations to keep an eye on.