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What’s it like to be a remote employee at Armory?

Jul 9, 2019 by DROdio

We are working to build a very intentional “Roundabout” culture at Armory that empowers our employees (we call ourselves “tribals”) to be successful at the edges of our organization. This means we have a strong focus on transparency, velocity, access to data, access to each other, and experimentation.

One candidate recently asked us for more detail on what life at Armory is like for remote tribals. I just interviewed Ethan (in Chattanooga, TN), Stacie (in Denver, CO), Ian (in Austin, TX), Rick (in Dallas, TX), Beth (in Portland, OR), Ed (in New York) and Parthi (in Atlanta, GA) about what life is like for them as remote tribals at Armory. Enjoy!

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