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Test Automation Engineer (Former Employee) –  Denver, COJanuary 11, 2018
Everyone was really nice to me. We rode unicorns in the morning and fought dragons at lunchtime. They have kegirators, which is cool, I guess if you drink beer.
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Android Developer (Former Employee) –  Denver,COAugust 18, 2015
In fact, we often spend so much time trying to ensure our process and form is administratively correct and efficient that we often lose sight of the large elephant in the room – what are employees and managers thinking when they are completing their review? The purpose of this blog is to explore how employees and managers approach the performance review process, and what that means for you.

As an employee, completing the self-evaluation often instills fear as they try to play the performance management game. They are trying to figure out exactly what they should include in their review to derive the highest compensation increase.
Top level management also closely work with each individual, team work builds up here
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Regional Account Executive (Current Employee) –  Denver, COJune 17, 2013
Typical day at work
- Cold call C-level & Director executives
- Present iTriage solutions set through webinar
- Touch base meetings with account management, VP marketing, Sales, CEO
- Territory analysis
- Develop contracts
What I learned
- Business development in fast past changing environment
- Healthcare reform
- Web & mobile marketing strategies for hospitals & health systems
- Patient engagement strategies
- Sales, communication, presentation team building skills
My co-workers
- Young, friendly, caring people
- Supportive
- High integrity
The hardest part of the job
- Cold calling in healthcare is difficult to reach the target contact
- Selling a new technology forward solution in a slow to adopt market under reform has its challenges
The most enjoyable part of the job
- Culture
- Co-workers attitudes
- Fun events, travel, sponsorships, golfing, go-karts, team camaraderie
- Selling a solution that can better and even save someones life
- Making an impact in a broken healthcare system
Free lunch Friday, working downtown, social events, travel, learning about healthcare evolution
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