Posted by Willy Franzen on September 24, 2010. Jobs updated daily.
|Senior Endpoint Engineer|
|Elections Clerk (Administrative Clerk I)|
Stanislaus County, CA
|Operations Research Analyst|
|STATE ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, 10TH CIRCUIT-CUSTOMER SUPPORT SPECIALIST- 21510014|
|Tier II technical support at boutique Washington DC MSP|
|MIS Department Corporate|
|IT Support Specialist|
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If you’ve been paying any attention to the Inc. 500 companies that we’ve been featuring over the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed that the way people work is changing. The Internet is not only changing business models, but it’s also changing day to day operations. One good example is software like Central Desktop. They’re a Pasadena, CA that offers “a complete, pure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) social technology platform that allows business teams to communicate and collaborate more efficiently.” In other words, they enable people to work together more efficiently even if they’re on opposite ends of the world. It’s another growing business area, as Central Desktop has seen 1569% three-year growth to $2.6 million in annual revenue. There’s certainly money in helping people get work done more effectively.
Central Desktop provides a “comprehensive suite of online collaboration tools including wikis, file sharing, task management, Web conferencing, online spreadsheets, shared calendars and micro-blogging.” You can find all of those things for free online, but Central Desktop offers them in one centralized place. You should take a look at their product offerings, and you may even want to use their free trial to get a sense for how their software works and what it has to offer. If you want to work at the intersection of software and collaboration, then you should head over to Central Desktop’s Jobs page. Their current entry level opportunities include Sales Development Representative, Technical/Product Support Representative, Professional Services/Implementation Specialist, and User Interface/Experience Designer. They look like great opportunities, so check them out.
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