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Daxko Overview

Birmingham, AL (US)
201 to 500 employees
1998
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Active Network, ABC Financial, EZ Facility
All together, better. That's our philosophy. And we know great talent is the key ingredient in providing better software and services to our customers.

We're so committed to our team members that part of our mission ... Read more

Mission: To provide Daxko team members with rewarding careers and to provide technology and services that contribute significantly to the success of our customers.

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    I worked at Daxko full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    I began my tenure, six years ago, at Daxko as a part-time customer support rep, with little experience or discernible skills in the tech industry, making only a couple dollars per hour more than I had been making as a part-time janitor.

    Daxko has been so very good to me.

    Professionally, Daxko has allowed me to stretch into (and out of) multiple roles. Daxko has always been supportive of my career development, partnering with me to uncover my strengths and weaknesses, and consistently pushing towards finding focus and purpose in the work. I leave Daxko with a clear direction and calling in my vocation, with skills and experience that have provided financially beyond what I could have dreamed possible. My time at Daxko was a privilege.

    Personally, the years of shared free lunches, community service projects, nerf gun wars, scooter races and a common passion to achieve excellence in our work and lives, and ultimately drive success for our customers has forged some of my closest friendships. Daxko is successful because the Team Members of Daxko are all together, better.

    Daxko’s mission statement, to provide their Team Members with rewarding careers, is more than a slogan, it is an intentionally designed and developed culture. I am a product of this incredible culture, and I could not recommend Daxko more highly.

    ** Additionally, Daxko’s CRO is the absolute best. From Garth Brooks covers to designing sales processes, the guy is just a rockstar! **

    Cons

    Daxko is growing at an incredible pace. At times the demands of the work can be taxing. Daxko encourages a healthy work-life balance, but if you are not intentional the work can become all-consuming and overwhelming.

    Advice to Management

    Team Leads, Directors & Sr. Leadership: Thank you for creating and leading such an incredible company! My life is significantly better because of you. Keep it up. Don't lose sight of the lives you impact.

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Daxko Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Birmingham, AL (US)
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Daxko (Birmingham, AL (US)) in January-2015.

    Interview

    There were about 2 phone screenings/interviews with the recruiter. After that I had a phone interview with the team lead. There were two in person interviews. One was a typical sit down with the team lead and another going over experience and asking questions. The next in person interview was the "project presentation". I won't go into that, but you will be presenting to a panel of others that you will be working with. Finally, there was an informal sit down with the SVP. I will say that it was the longest and most in depth interview that I've been a part of. Each call I received I kept thinking "Is this the one?!"

    Interview Questions

    • No hard or obscure questions. The presentation is probably the biggest part.   1 Answer
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Daxko Awards & Accolades

  • 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in the United States.”, Achievers, 2012
  • Most Admired Tech Company in Birmingham, Birmingham Business Journal, 2013
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