Logic20/20 is a Seattle business and technology consulting firm guided by the belief that the best solutions to complex challenges are simple ones. Our appreciation for simplicity, and our ability to create it in complex client scenarios, is the cornerstone of our success. As a result, we’ve been recognized as one of Seattle’s fastest-growing businesses. The companies we work with count on us to deliver the key outcomes that elevate strategic and operational effectiveness.
Our depth of expertise in a number of disciplines and industries has positioned us as a premier partner to some of the area’s most successful organizations including a global foundation, Starbucks, a major aerospace manufacturer and Microsoft. We understand the significant role an appropriate balance of business practice and technology strategy can have in client environments, where solutions have an impact across highly dependent organizations. Our ability to apply the optimal combination of these two elements is what sets us apart; it’s our secret sauce for enabling notably effective and elegantly simple solutions.
And while we deliver business value to our clients, we take the time to invest in our people and our community. By encouraging and enabling a sense of balance for our employees, we’ve created an environment where people do meaningful things; when working with clients, growing our careers and engaging in activities that feed the soul. As a result, we’ve attracted and retained a team of smart and motivated people inspired by what we do every day.
Our ability to deliver solutions that meet our clients’ challenges is impacted by nothing more than the quality of our employees. In fact, we feel hiring is the most important thing we do. Attracting the best talent relies heavily on the development of a compelling company culture that strikes a balance between work aligned with employees’ individual skills and providing room to learn and grow. We believe in the power of potential, that people do their best work while they are learning and that giving our employees room to explore not only grows our employees, but also grows our business.
The Power of Potential
Most everyone has a story about rising to the occasion when someone believed in them. For companies, it turns out it’s not so hard to believe when you focus on hiring smart people. Yet many companies dwell on hiring processes rooted in very specific assessment criteria.
By focusing our hiring requirements on the competencies that transfer across functional areas and industries, we create an environment where everybody wins: employees experience variety in the work they do, this leads to deeper engagement which produces better solutions, and clients realize the benefits of project teams with functional depth but also diversity of approach. Sure, we attract employees from premiere management and technology consulting firms who have decided that the road warrior lifestyle has lost its allure; but we also hire professionals from traditional companies and a wide range of functions and industries. What they have in common is the potential we see in them, to generate business value for our clients and evolve professionally.
Opportunities for professional growth take many forms. We see employee growth as a long-term company imperative, so we instill our culture with learning; not only do we value it, but we are committed to creating ongoing opportunities for learning. It’s part of who we are. Logic20/20 employees experience learning opportunities in a number of ways: through our mentoring program, through formal training and sharing, and through collaboration within diverse project teams. This approach supports different learning styles and brings to bear the full range of expertise across our employee population.
Room to Explore
One of the benefits of establishing a learning culture is the signal it sends to employees. It promotes a sense of value and a spirit of collaboration. We see the impact every day in the initiative taken by our employees in generating new ideas and approaches to our work, ranging from those focused on addressing client challenges to those that change the way Logic20/20 operates. We’ve created a company ethos focused on empowering employees to explore outside their respective disciplines and roles, in an environment that values contribution, regardless of tenure, and the magic that can result from applying new thinking to old challenges.
Life at Logic20/20
Solving complex challenges is all in a day’s work at Logic20/20. Our staff, assembled from many of the country’s top employers, from Big 4 to software powerhouses and beyond, is the engine that enables our success. But there’s more to life at Logic20/20 than expected. Our passion for crafting simplicity in client engagements is matched by our passion away from the world of solution delivery. Passionate people find things to be passionate about. And sometimes it’s contagious.
We’re deeply connected to the Seattle community and non-profit groups that have touched the lives of our people. We support the following organizations through contributions of time and resources:
Leaders for Africa
Leaders for Africa is a Seattle-based organization that provides educational opportunities to students from developing African countries. The organization’s mission is to help build the future leaders required to propel these countries to economic independence. Logic20/20 sponsored the graduate work of Ugandan Eunice Naswali, who hopes to one day contribute to improving her country’s infrastructure. Ongoing financial contributions from Logic20/20 support the education of additional students from African countries.
Logic20/20 participates in the Movember Foundation’s annual fundraiser, increasing awareness, and generating financial support, for initiatives focused on men’s cancer, including the Prostate Cancer Foundation and Livestrong. Employees engage in events including the “Mo Mock-Up” and the “Moscars”. Female employees, join their facial-hair-growing male colleagues in generating awareness and donations.
Art with Heart
Logic20/20 supports Art with Heart, both financially and through employee participation on the organization’s board of directors. Art with Heart helps kids in crisis, including trauma, serious illness and abuse, through art therapy, in collaboration with mental health professionals. The organization has helped over 60,000 children worldwide.
In addition to company support of these organizations, Logic20/20 employees are active in supporting the following non-profits:
Bread of Life Mission
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Christian O’Meara is co-founder of Logic20/20, an innovative Seattle consulting firm that helps organizations conquer complex business and technology challenges. He leads the company’s strategic business development efforts, where his talent in assembling high-functioning teams and communicating Logic20/20’s approach to creating business value for clients, have been key factors in the growth of the company, which now employs over 100 talented professionals. Christian’s belief, that smart people are motivated by a sense of personal growth and contribution, is the basis of his stewardship of Logic20/20’s company culture. By fostering a spirit of innovation, not only in client engagement and solution delivery, but also in the company’s business approach and operational strategy, Logic20/20 has been able to attract and retain some of the Seattle-area’s best minds, whose considerable talents are brought to bear in support of clients’ business objectives.
Away from the Logic20/20 office, Christian is highly involved in family and community activities. His experience working with a number of humanitarian organizations in Uganda has inspired ongoing involvement with Leaders for Africa, a non-profit providing educational opportunity to future leaders of developing economies. He can also be found enjoying a game of rugby or grabbing a pint with colleagues after work.
Travis Jones brings considerable talent in the development of technology and business strategies to the Logic20/20 senior leadership team. As Client Director, he manages engagement with the company’s largest enterprise clients, leading a team focused on delivering solutions that help clients address complex challenges by creating simplicity. Travis leverages significant previous Big 4 experience in both IT and management consulting. His depth in each discipline has established him as a trusted partner in leading clients toward solutions that appropriately apply the use of technology to achieve business objectives and earned his a reputation as a source of strategic vision.
Travis’ life at home is punctuated by the rare Seattle opportunity for outdoor entertaining, which allows him to share his grill-tending approach with friends and family. He also enjoys indulging in some quiet time with his Xbox or a good sci-fi novel.
Careers at Logic20/20
Growing your career is a personal experience.
We see employees as unique, each with their own talents and interests, and each with a different idea of how they would like their career to unfold. Our approach to career development starts with the individual. We provide the guidance and tools that help our employees perform effectively, gain diverse experiences, learn new skills and chart a course for professional growth. We work with each employee to understand what their successful career at Logic20/20 will look like and we help make it happen.
Of course, the first step in a successful career at Logic20/20 is joining our team. Because we focus on both business and technical solutions, and we serve many of Seattle’s most dynamic companies, we offer opportunities to solve interesting challenges across a number of offerings. We hire skilled consultants in the following disciplines:
→Product Management and Planning
→Marketing Strategy Development
→Business Design and Process Management
→Business Intelligence and Data Management
→Financial Modeling and Assessment
→Strategic Change Management
→Custom Application Development
→Strategic IT and Application Consulting
→Technology-enabled change and implementation
Logic20/20 offers competitive compensation and benefits, as well as a team-focused and supportive environment where employees are encouraged to explore. It’s a great place to take your career personally.
Our Recruiting Team
You have more to offer than a resume. That's why we look beyond the resume.
Of course, we hire smart and motivated people who are interested in the variety of a career in consulting, the prospect of solving critical business and technology challenges, and who have the desire to learn. But we also know that a wide range of career paths can lead people here. We see the value in project teams comprised of diverse professionals who bring different approaches to reaching client objectives. That's why our people come to Logic20/20 with business and technical backgrounds across a variety of industries and functions.
If you'd lke to speak with us about a successful career at Logic20/20, please contact our staffing team.
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- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Logic20/20 full-time for more than a yearPros
I like variety in my projects and from have work on five completely different projects in two years. Each team has been strong and the cloud based projects make the work relevant. The company invests in all kinds of training and put a big group of us through SCRUM training this month.
There are always people to learn from and teach.Cons
More projects that allow the tech team to grow the business consulting skills would be good to keep everyone interested 100% of the time.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep us busy on great projects and you'll keep this team a long time.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Logic20/20.Interview Details
The standard technical interview over the phone, nothing too complex, basic software development and experience questions. Then an in person interview with another developer in the company. Again, nothing too complex, just questions that make you prove you've done it.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
- There was nothing really difficult. Answer Question
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We are a Seattle-based business and technology consulting firm whose core competency is creating simplicity and efficiency where these two business practices intersect.
We were founded on the premise that most projects are too complicated for the problem they are trying to solve. Our project managers, senior consultants, and engineers bring simplicity and predictability to engagements and help clients significantly improve their efficiency through the use of proven technology- and business-management strategies. We apply a methodical and structured approach to design...