Mission: To make the web a better place.
There were over 400 colleagues from over 7 countries attending our Global Meet Up in Copenhagen Denmark (May 2017).
Siteimprove Wins Silver Stevie Award in 11th Annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQvLd
Who We Are: We’re more than just numbers on a scoreboard, we’re parents, football lovers, DJ’s, cat meme makers, talented cooks, and much more! Spread across nine locations and speaking 22 different languages combined, we represent a world of diverse opportunities.
Why Join Us?: Change and growth excite us, while diverse and innovative thinking inspires us to produce amazing things worth celebrating. As long as you’re passionate about whatever it is you do, we want to hear from you!
What We Do: Siteimprove transforms the way organizations manage and deliver their digital presence. With the Siteimprove Intelligence Platform, you gain complete visibility and deep insights, empowering you and your team to measure what matters, drive accountability, and act with certainty.
Imagine the day where every aspect of your digital presence operates as intended: your brand is consistent, errors are a thing of the past, and website issues are always prioritized. Most importantly, certainty is the norm. With Siteimprove by their side, more than 5,000 organizations around the world outperform the status quo every day.
Global Reach: Siteimprove is a Danish founded multinational company with over 450 employees worldwide. In addition to our headquarters in the heart of Copenhagen, we have offices in Minneapolis, London, Berlin, Vienna, Amsterdam, Oslo, Sydney and Toronto, and our customers are spread across North America, Europe, and Australia.
Here at Siteimprove, we’re people first. So what does that buzzwordish-sounding phrase mean? It means our management philosophies focus more on how much you can accomplish than how late you stay in the office, and more on your bright ideas than the shine of your shoes. We also believe that happy people work better, and constantly find reasons to celebrate with each other. Team building activities, holiday events, and community outreach projects are a regular part of life here.
Don't just take our word for it, here what our employees are saying!
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important part of our everyday life. In 2010, we joined the Global Compact, which is a UN initiative for businesses comitted to meeting certain standards and universally accepted principles within human rights, labor rights and environment. Being a Software-as-a-Service company, Siteimprove has the ability to make a significant difference in the area of digital accessibility. Websites with poor accessibility are a global problem that we proactively work towards solving because we believe that accessing the internet is a human right. We are very proud of our CSR initiatives.
The Minnesota Project – Siteimprove partnered with the Minnesota Project, a local 501 ©(3) non-profit founded in 1978 dedicated to championing the sustainable production of energy and food in communities from across the state of Minnesota’s rural, suburban, and metro communities through equitable distribution of nature’s bounty. Over 25 Siteimprove staff members gathered at Carver Nature Centre in Hastings to pick apples for the ‘Fruits of the City’ programme, which distributes fresh fruit that would otherwise have gone to waste, to emergency food shelves across the state. As a whole, the Siteimprove staff packed over 2,000 kg of apples in 3 hours!
Global Siteimprove Meet-Up Event held in Copenhagen, Denmark - Our biggest and most extensive employee event was the global company meet up that took place in May 2015 in Copenhagen. The event was planned in association with our tandem cycling event that promoted Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Management invited every single employee to come to Copenhagen to participate in the event, which was the company’s biggest accessibility event to date. Over the course of the three-day meet up time was spent on work related teambuilding and getting to know colleagues from across the globe. Activities included a treasure hunt around beautiful Copenhagen – designed to challenge the minds of the smart Siteimprovers. Delicious dinners and social gatherings were also held, including an extravagant gala dinner at one of Denmark’s old renaissance castles called Kronborg. Before the four-course dinner, everyone enjoyed a guided tour of the castle and its dark vaults. After dinner, everyone mingled and danced to live music all night long.
Living Well Disability Services - Siteimprove increased its charitable giving in the US through the installation of quarterly community engagement events in which they partner with local philanthropic endeavours. For our second quarter, Siteimprove partnered with Living Well Disability Services (formerly known as Dakota Communities), a 501 ©3 founded in West St. Paul in 1972 that focuses on transforming the lives of people impacted by intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities (including Cerebral Palsy, MS, Autism, and Alzheimer’s). Currently operating 33 group homes as well as providing in-home services, Living Well hosts many programmes designed to support over 300 adults/young adults in the Minneapolis metro area. Siteimprove assisted with Living Well’s ‘Garden Therapy’ programme by removing dead debris, weeding backyard gardens, and grooming raised garden beds. Garden Therapy aims to promote the physical, cognitive and emotional well-being of participants by providing a place to reduce stress and encourage free and open thinking. Siteimprove staff also met Julie Manworren, President & CEO of Living Well who discussed the organisation’s mission and the impact of volunteers helping the local non-profit.
Fundraising for the Danish Cancer Society - In connection with the Danish Cancer Society’s annual ‘Knæk Cancer’ campaign, which occurs each fall, Siteimprove developer Jesper Bromose suggested a donation pool to help raise money for this good cause. The aim of the nationwide campaign was to create awareness about cancer prevention and to raise money for scientific research. Acknowledging Jesper’s excellent idea, CEO Morten Ebbesen agreed to double whatever amount Jesper could raise among his colleagues during the designated week.
"As a one-person marketing team, Siteimprove helps me work smarter, not harder. The easy interface and daily reports make it easy to find website errors before customers do. Don’t overlook the opportunity to have a web quality control source so easily available to you!"
- Marketing Director at Senn Delaney Leadership Consulting Group, LLC
"The Web Governance Suite is one of our best investments. The quality assurance tool enabled us to clean up a plethora of content on our website, as well as gives us the ability to proactively monitor new material. As someone who deals with a magnitude of software and apps, I can truly appreciate when something comes along that actually makes my life easier."
- Manager of Marketing Technology at Blank Rome LLP
"Siteimprove Analytics is filled with useful features like single page tracking, PDF, and behavior tracking. The page inventory and individual page analytics assists with my ROT (Redundant, Outdated or Trivial) assessments. Siteimprove Analytics is an invaluable tool for ensuring we continue to provide our users with content that best meets their needs."
- Web Architect at the County of Huron
"We've seen a 56% increase in average time spent on our website. Quality Assurance makes finding and fixing problem areas on our site much more manageable - we couldn't maintain our site so responsibly without it."
- Lead Web Developer at BOSCH Security Systems
"Every company with a large website should use Quality Assurance from Siteimprove. Nowadays, your website is your brick and mortar, so reputable content and accurate information is key to any brand. Siteimprove will streamline the process and easily point out any errors or inconsistencies."
- Internet Specialist at Saint Joseph Mercy Health System
The Siteimprove Intelligence Platform: Combine the best of content, analytics, and personal support to take control of your digital presence. Be certain of quality, impact and success by doing the right things faster.
I have been working at Siteimprove full-time (Less than a year)
Open door policy
New ideas are welcomed
Work hard play hard environment
10 paid holidays and 17 days of PTO
Since the company is constantly growing, it takes a bit longer to get promoted then some would like. If you put in the time, your hard work will be recognized. Like any other job, it will take longer than 6-months to move up in the company.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing - being open to new ideas and listening to employees is part of what makes the company great
I applied online. I interviewed at Siteimprove.
I had a phone interview, which went just fine. When I asked when I could expect to hear from them again, I was told "I wouldn't be surprised if you heard from us in a day or two. We were hoping to hire this position awhile ago."
After waiting to hear back for two weeks, I sent a quick email checking in. That email went unanswered. Two weeks later (four weeks after the phone interview) I received a generic rejection notice.
Poor job communicating.