Mission: Making IT serve the needs of business.
I have been working at Atomic Data full-time (More than a year)
Atomic Data is a collection of Minnesota's finest, tech hungry weirdos. The company is expanding like wild fire across the Twin Cities, creating opportunities for internal employees and for anyone looking for a laid-back environment, where shared knowledge is bountiful. Two tools for success: customer service and a sense of humor. With a year under my belt, I’ve had the privilege to work closely with management and implement process improvement impacting the entire organization. Management and C-level personnel aren’t peripheral by any means, encouraging communication and the flow of work. Training is reimbursed upon proof of passing, which is a huge plus for those looking to further their professional development. The CEO maintains community outreach as a top priority, resulting in company-wide social awareness and call to action. Leadership is firm on the competitive advantage and obligation of diversity and inclusion. I wouldn't be a part of a company now or in the future that didn't hold such a high expectation for empowering all people. I feel respected, supported, and proud of my supervisors and coworkers. I laugh every day and my knowledge of the managed service industry continues to grow. If you can get down with a morning hum of Rick and Morty banter and hard work, Atomic Data is for you.
Bougie benefits: stocked kitchen, all-company BBQ, employee engagement gifts, Atomic brews, parties, team outings, yoga, massages, 24x7 fitness area, a creepy piano, videogames, game tables, etc..
Parking is either limited or expensive for ramps at Minneapolis locations- partially reimbursed - options to take advantage of metro pass
Advice to Management
Embrace change management principles to help with leadership and adopting new processes, tools, and procedures
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Atomic Data (Minneapolis, MN) in July 2017.
I asked about cloud competition, and they did not seem comfortable with growth nor did they seem like a company planning for the future. Questions were very subjective and they wanted textbook answers. Did not seem like they wanted a better or a different process and procedure, other than what they(textbook) had in place.
Since 2014 we've been holding our scarves high. Today we're very happy to announce that Atomic Data is now the title sponsor of the new Allianz Field Experience Center. Read the announcement here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQsT5 #ScarvesUpMN
We were in very good company last night while being recognized as a 2017 Progress MN honoree by Finance & Commerce. Thank you for the honor! Read the full profile here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQdIE