Mission: Our mantra: It's not just business, it's personal!
Nulogy is a family-centred company.
Our early history is grounded in working closely together with the support of our friends and family to start this business. We want to carry this notion of support to the families in our workplace. By providing all employees equal parental support, we create a strong incentive for women to participate in the workforce, while promoting gender equality. Nulogy is proud to be a leader in Toronto tech with our new parental leave benefits.
Nulogy's Parental Leave Benefits include:
- 100% top-up for 15 weeks for any parent of biological or adopted children
- $750 Baby Bonus when you take a parental leave
- $4,000 lifetime (covered at 90%) towards fertility treatment drugs
- On-site nursing room for returning parents to pump or breastfeed
- Annual Kids Holiday Party
Team Nulogy celebrates FIFA World Cup with a company-wide foosball tournament!
Nulogy was founded by a group of four friends, who set out to build a long-lasting, notable company that people would be proud to be associated with whether as an employee, customer, or partner. This culture supersedes the desire to solve a particular problem. If we made a company that amazing people loved to work for then we could solve any problem that we tackled, no matter how difficult.
Fifteen years later the four of us are still providing executive leadership to the company and are close friends. We see this as being rare, something to be proud of, and a testament to the focus we have put on consistently living by our cultural values.
This informs our motto, "It's Not Just Business, It's Personal". We take customer and employee success personally. We put personal care into every touch we have with those around us. Doing so has allowed us to be recognized as #5 Best Place to Work in Canada, by the Great Place to Work Institute.
Nulogy is a true Canadian success story. Our story started 15 years ago at the University of Waterloo. Now, our software connects the supply chains of the world’s most loved brands.
We are a world-leading provider of specialized solutions for complex supply-chain challenges. Our mission is to dramatically reduce waste in the production of consumer packaged goods.
The growing complexity of supply chains is bringing about challenges in the industry that traditional technology and solutions simply cannot keep up with. We help automate and connect “smart factories” that are responsible for customizing the products that we all use and love in our homes.
(PS: In the photo thats Daisy, from our Marketing team onsite with one of our customers!)
Our product development team builds software that is on the forefront of change, creating solutions that have never been built before. Customers depend on a robust product—super reliable and always available—and that’s what we deliver.
We are focused on quality, collaboration, and learning. In order to help you continually grow as a developer, we diffuse knowledge through pair programming, host regular hack days, and prioritize writing well tested, clean code.
We want to do things that no one has done before. Solve previously unsolved problems. We want to work on things where we think we can be the best, be the first. We are also pioneering new ways of working that reflect the uncommon intersection of passions for agile, UX, and enterprise SaaS.
I have been working at Nulogy full-time (More than 3 years)
Genuinely a great place to work. Some highlights:
- Cares about family and work-life balance
- Great leadership and strong talent across the board
- Lives by their values... truly rare to find in a fast-paced company
The company is going through typical growing pains and the workplace environment can feel unstructured and chaotic at times... but I've seen companies go through worse at this stage of growth, and I find that it's well-managed at Nulogy.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Nulogy (Toronto, ON) in April-2018.
Timely (Nulogy got back to me promptly at all stages in the process), professional (interviewers were knowledgable and on-time), relevant (interview questions had to do with Nulogy's actual domain; many good explanations as to what Nulogy does), and challenging (Some questions definitely had me thinking hard) without being over-the-top with questions designed to grill or trick people.