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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on October 3, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on October 3, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Software Engineer - Intern (Summer 2015)||San Francisco, CA|
|Engineering Manager - Data Infrastructure||San Francisco, CA|
|Systems Engineer / DevOps, SDK Engineering||Mountain View, CA|
|Software Engineer - Real Time Communications / Voice Services||San Francisco, CA|
|Software Engineer - iOS SDK Developer||San Francisco, CA|
|Software Engineer - Build & Release||San Francisco, CA|
|Systems Engineer - Linux / Unix||San Francisco, CA|
|Technical Support Engineer||San Francisco, CA|
|Developer Evangelist||San Francisco, CA|
|Donor Appreciation Program and Customer Service Intern (NYC)||New York, NY|
A couple months ago I was raving to you about our web host WP Engine. While I’m still generally happy with them, they had a pretty big screw up a couple weeks ago. I worked with their support team, and we were able to find a resolution (though it took much longer than I would have hoped). All of the communications ran through Zendesk, which is “beautifully simple customer service software.” It’s basically a platform for managing all of the back and forth that is typically a part of delivering good customer service. Zendesk is based in San Francisco, CA, though they were originally founded in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2007 (they made the move in 2009).
There’s a good chance that you’ve used Zendesk at some point. They currently work with more than 30,000 companies including Disney, Groupon, Roku, the Denver Broncos, Gawker Media, and Xerox. While those companies probably all have very different needs when it comes to customer service software, Zendesk is able to satisfy them all. You can learn more about how they do this by taking a Product Tour (you can see the experience from the perspective of the customer, the agent, and the manager). You might also want to read up on how some of Zendesk’s customers are benefitting from the software. If you think that this world needs even better customer service, take a look at Zendesk’s Careers page. There are a ton of career opportunities available including:
There seems to be something for almost everyone, so give Zendesk a look.
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