Peek makes the world’s tours & activities easily bookable — anytime, anywhere. Our industry-leading technology, Peek Professional, empowers operators to better manage and grow their businesses. Peek.com and our award-winning mobile app connect people with everyday adventures that create lasting memories.
We're a leading provider of booking software in the $150B tours and activities space.
In the past 18 months, we've doubled the team, doubled the number of customers and expanded to three new offices (total of five).
We're funded by investors such as Eric Schmidt (Google), Jack Dorsey (Twitter), David Bonderman (TPG), Carl Sparks (Travelocity), Pete Flint (Trulia), Paul English (Kayak), SV Angel, CAA Ventures and Cathay Innovation.
Our team works in two-week sprints. We start the sprint with a planning session, we have daily standups every morning and the sprint ends with a sprint review and retrospective. We do demos every week - product demos at the end of the sprint and tech demos on the week in-between. Engineers collaborate closely with product managers, designers, QA and DevOps engineers. Engineers will work on projects together or solo, and sometimes engineers will pair program. Every code change goes through a peer review and gets regression-tested through test automation. We release multiple times a day. Engineers have a lot of influence over the tools and technologies we use.
-Making sure orders and payments are processed reliably. -Managing an ever-growing SaaS product and the complex architecture and code base that come with it. -Being able to trace and debug transactions in a highly distributed environment.
Real-time availability - Is this tour or rental product available for this number of people at this specific time including all the resources required to fulfill the order?
Next-generation eCommerce infrastructure - Our new order management and payment processing service to handle the next level of use cases and scale.
Integration projects - Allowing customers to book tours, activities and rentals managed in Peek through Yelp, Expedia, TripAdvisor, Google, etc.
Peek Checkout - Peek's Point-of-Sale system allowing operators to quickly book large amounts of people onto their tours or rental products.
People at Peek are smart, humble, passionate and intellectually curious. We put a lot of pride into our product and our code, and we care deeply about our customers. We work hard, have fun and don't take ourselves too seriously.
Free snacks, drinks and more. Bagels or pastries for breakfast on Mondays and catered lunch on Thursdays.
Everyone on the product+engineering team works from home every other Wednesday.
Once a year we do a company-wide retreat, usually in spring or summer. Previous locations have been Lake Tahoe, San Luis Obispo and Utah.
We've sent engineers to conferences such as EmberConf, ElixirConf and KubeCon.
8 weeks for primary caregiver (if employed for more than 9 months; limited to 6 weeks if employed for less than 9 months) and 2 weeks for secondary caregiver.
Weekly Peeknic lunch with speakers (e.g. Jack Dorsey of Twitter; Pete Flint of Trulia; Sarah Dusek of Under Canvas; SF District Attorney George Gascón).
Monthly Peek.com credits and more on your anniversary and for the holidays.
In San Francisco we have a commuter benefits program where you can allocate $260 pre-tax per month towards commuter expenses.
We offer medical, dental and vision plans. We pay 100% of premiums for employees and 50% for dependents.
Our core hours are 10am-4pm, with our daily scrum starting at 10am. Team members come in 8-10am and leave around 4-7pm.
We have offices in San Francisco, Seattle, Salt Lake City, New York and Santiago, Chile. Some projects may involve traveling to one of our other Western U.S. offices.
We have board game nights, happy hours and every quarter we have a Partner Day, where we visit a local operator to see how they work and try out their activity.
We have two weeks flexible and two weeks over the winter holidays.
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