Mission: Our mantra: It's not just business, it's personal!
How we created a powerful new organizational habit to accelerate our learning in software development. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ9nt
"It's Not Just Business, It's Personal"
Nulogy is a Canadian success story. Our story started 15 years ago when four engineering grads from the University of Waterloo worked on a design project that grew to become Nulogy. We are now a world-leading provider of specialized solutions for complex supply-chain challenges. As a company founded by friends wanting to make a difference, the close relationship between our founders influenced the family-like culture that exists at Nulogy!
This informs our mantra, “It’s not just business, it’s personal”.
At Nulogy, we take employee success personally, recognizing that for employees (who we fondly refer to as Nulogities) to be at their best, we need to listen to their individual needs and aspirations.
We believe in Autonomy. You should be given trust, freedom, and real-time feedback.
We believe in Mastery. You should have the opportunity to become an expert, and then stretch yourself some more.
We believe in Purpose. You should have intrinsic motivation that aligns with your work and our journey together.
The growing complexity of supply chains is bringing about challenges in the industry that traditional technology and solutions simply cannot keep up. Nulogy is creating bring complex personalized products to market more quickly and with less waste.
By helping automate and connect the “smart factories” and companies that are responsible for customizing the products that we all use and love in our homes, Nulogy is part of the Manufacturing 4.0 movement that plays a critical part of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
(PS: In the photo thats Daisy, from our Marketing team at one of our customer's warehouses!)
Quality and collaboration are at the core of Nulogy’s engineering culture. We build teams that can level-up together, diffuse their knowledge, and build their experiences into a stronger product.
That means using modern agile practices to guide our work.
We are looking for developers that love solving difficult domain problems. If pair programming, TDD, continuous integration, story walls, and retrospectives are your thing, then you’re halfway there. Couple that with a sense of humour, humility, and strong work ethic and we’re intrigued. Studied DDD or GOOS? We should definitely talk!
I have been working at Nulogy full-time (Less than a year)
- Awesome culture
- Unlimited vacations
- Great leadership
- Downtown Toronto location
- Transparency in executive decision making
- Free snacks, coffee/tea
- great potential for growth
- Salaries are on the low end of the market. Nevertheless, this is based on data from one person (myself).
- Internships biased towards Waterloo students. Although Waterloo University produces quality students, the diversity of the workplace may be enhanced by opening doors to interns from other universities.
Advice to Management
I am generally pleased with Management at Nulogy. There is a need to hire more middle management, as I believe this will enable the company to grow faster than the current pace.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nulogy (Toronto, ON) in November-2016.
The interview was very casual where the interviewer first asks you questions related to your hobbies and interests they found out using your linkedin profile. Then they ask you questions about why you want to join Nulogy, your strengths and weaknesses and other general questions. Then at last they give you a chance to ask them questions related to Nulogy or anything related to it. It takes almost 30 minutes for the interview.