Concord automates the last manual business process–contracts, all with a product first approach. We solve real problems our customers have with a product that is second to none in our industry.
The market we operate in does not have a clear winner, and we are poised to dominate.
Our customers love our product. Case in point is that we have negative churn, and our adoption across a company increases as customers use the product.
We are growing our team from 35 to 70 people after experiencing great traction, which led to our recent Series A round of fundraising of $10M.
We are a continuous development shop and we ship daily.
Leading up to that is a kanban style of planning and prioritization across the entire Product group, with a high amount of collaboration between engineers, QA, product managers, and designers.
There are daily standups, and everyone knows what everyone else is working on.
Growth inherently brings about consistent technical scaling challenges across the front-end and back-end, and it's a key consideration for all feature and platform developments.
For the Back-End crowd, you will be challenged with making sure that if 50,000 users are added, there is no degradation in performance.
Full-Stack, all of the above!
An example of how we think about Product is a recent product update around our Analytics module. Prior to this update, we were using a third party to show visual reports to our users. For many reasons it didn't work.
So, we decided to rip it out and roll our own.
In our Market, interoperability with Word is a thing. Most competitors give up and just let Word dominate the editing experience. Not us.
We decided that to get people to be able to use track changes, we would need to support extracting that out of Word. Not an easy task.
We are a product first company, and that trickles down into the culture. We care about our users and employees as if they are one. A perfect fit is someone who values hard work, but values the relationships they develop at work just as much.
We are in a penthouse in the Financial District a few blocks from Union Square.
We've got a couple of cute dogs roaming around.
We are generally an early morning office, due to the fact that we work with our colleagues in Paris. There are no hard rules per se. People have lives outside of work. We get it.
We subsidize your public transportation.
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