Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work for Puget Systems? As one of Puget’s newest Technology Consultants, and with barely five months under my belt, I may not have as nuanced an insight into the company’s inner workings than some of my peers.
If you enjoy good coffee and are traveling through the southwesternmost corner of Utah, you’ll have to stop at Jazzy’s. You’ll find they make a great cup of coffee, but you won’t find their website. They don’t have one. No drive-thru either.
We believe that computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done, and not be a hindrance. How do we keep that experience mission as we grow?
I had the mission to write a blog post that conveyed how we keep the repeat business of so many of our customers. After writing several drafts, I realized that the post had already been written by our customers — in the form of personal emails I receive on a daily basis. With their permission, I offer you two emails I have recently received. They do a very good job of summarizing why people keep coming back to Puget Systems.
To the best of my knowledge, it’s been at least six years since we’ve written about life behind-the-scenes here at Puget Systems. So we’re going to kick off a whole new generation of newsletters – focused more on the people and less the technology – as we dive into this summer season of 2014. I hope you enjoy this little glimpse of what working at Puget Systems is really like, day to day.
Most of my career has been spent working for large companies where employee manuals fill a 3-ring binder, policies number into the hundreds and metrics are used to measure the worth and effectiveness of employees.
Puget Systems hasn’t been around long enough nor have we grown so large that every issue can be solved by creating a new policy. When employees don’t have dozens of policies and procedures governing how they get their work done, their actions might not always been predictable.