As a global company that puts care into employee happiness, engineering excellence, and customer success, we are in striking contrast to the typical outsourcing option. We are a diverse team working remotely across many timezones, with success stories that back up capabilities, and a reputation for an unconventional work environment that empowers. We are the individuals directly challenging what it means to do global delivery differently for employees and partners.
Open Source Contributions
Strategic Partner Engagements
50+Team Members Globally
There are people all over the world who are passionate about making digital transformations happen with Open Source. The real adventure is bringing them together to do it. We started as an idea in 2005 to build a unique, fully-distributed team with the right set of employee benefits. Today we have engineering career ladders, a staff as stakeholders approach, and a focus on success management.
We learn and iterate, demonstrate competence, and share findings.
We care for the relationships and the outcomes, not the egos involved.
We are always transparent in our conversations, efforts, and expectations.
Success Management as our service framework operationally is part of who we are at Axelerant. All of our processes and practices are driven by this core, continuously iterated method. What this means is success management teams and success journey mapping for our partners.
The United States, India, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, and soon to be Central Europe and Latin America. Our teams are growing steadily and spreading internationally across six timezones and counting.
And as we expand in 2018, we are finding new ways to invest in local software communities like Drupal.
Life-long adventurous water-rat: 3-time degree earner, 4-year USAF bomb squad, 20-year smiling husband & baba, 50K cows milked, and million-mile slow-traveler.
She's an avid reader and prolific writer. If you ask her what she writes, she'll tell you poetry. That's as far as you'll get (secrets).
Japan-based consumer of old world wine and the written word. Offline you can find him spending time with his wife and daughter or soaking in a local onsen.
She absolutely loves reading. When you can't find her hunting for her next read in a bookstore, she's spending time with her family.