Computronix employees are constantly encouraged and given opportunities to learn and become better at their jobs, and even to move into new positions if they so desire. As part of this emphasis on professional development, the company offers several programs, courses and classes, such as the Emerging Leaders course. Steven Shorey is a Tech Lead at Computronix, and during his first year with the company he took the Emerging Leaders course. He felt that, although he had been in a few different leadership positions previously, he’d never really been taught the “right way” to be a leader. He wanted to […]
At Computronix, we value people as individuals, not just as workers. It’s part of the culture we’ve created here. In this video, developer Kevin Thang, CTO Jim den Otter, and developer Eissa Pavo share about what that culture is like.
One of the core values at Computronix is growth. That means that we’re always trying to grow and improve as a company, but also that we value individual growth for our employees. This comes through in training, in mentorship and in a desire to see people overcome challenges, improve, learn, and succeed. As our HR Director, Dave Neumann, says, “Healthy people are going to want to learn and grow. And then a healthy company should make a way for people to learn and grow” So, to foster and encourage learning and growth, there is a set of courses we offer […]
At Computronix, we have created an environment that is healthy and welcoming for all employees. Developer Kudzai Mboko, Tech Lead Andy Patterson, and Human Resources Director Dave Neumann share about what a healthy environment means for them.
Wholeness is one of the three core values at Computronix, meaning that we value our employees and customers for who they are as people, not just the monetary value they can bring us. As our business plan states, we are committed to “supporting overall life balance.” One important aspect of a balanced life is health and well-being, including physical fitness. To help our employees stay in shape while maintaining the sense of community that we’ve created at Computronix, there is a new CX Fitness group. This group organizes various fitness-related events, such as step challenges, which are quite popular among […]
At Computronix, we want all of our employees to have a balanced life. In this video, Operations Manager Chris Stolte, Tech Lead Yars Tsaytak, and Operations Manager Doug Fairchild share their their thoughts on how Computronix supports Work-Life balance.
For our Computronix employee interviews, we sit down with people from all levels of our company and ask them about their jobs, and what it’s like working for Computronix. When Brad Veenstra graduated from post-secondary school a decade ago and began looking for a job, one of the potential workplaces that really stood out to him was a small software company named Computronix. From his initial meeting with the previous CEO, Herman Leusink, Brad says that he could tell that it was “a very down-to-earth, authentic place. It felt like a really natural fit.” That first impression has proven true, […]
DENVER, CO – COMPUTRONIX of Denver, Colorado is pleased to announce that the Arizona Department of Liquor Licensing and Control (DLLC) has selected Computronix to implement the industry-leading POSSE Alcoholic Beverage Control (POSSE ABC) software as the department’s new eLicensing and Imaging System. Employing law enforcement, licensing, auditing and other essential staff to meet mission critical objectives, the DLLC issues more than 10,000 new and renewal licenses each year. Seeking to replace a legacy system, the DLLC required a proven, web-based, integrated solution to control all licensing-related activities and associated document management within the agency. POSSE ABC enables state and […]
For our Computronix employee interviews, we sit down with people from all levels of our company and ask them about their jobs, and what it’s like working for Computronix. The vast majority of professionals in the tech industry are male, particularly among programmers and developers. This fact can cause problems with women’s work being undervalued or not taken seriously. A recent study found that although women’s code was actually rated slightly higher than men’s, the women were more likely to have their code rejected. Theresa Ayers was the only female in her engineering program at college, and she experienced some of that […]