Tech companies tend to be pretty future-focused and SafetyCulture is no exception. The future is where we’re aiming to have a major impact, after all. But as 2016 comes to a close, we thought we’d spare some time for a little reflection and to share with you, our customers, what we’ve been most excited about in 2016 and all that we’ve accomplished as a team in just one short year.
The SafetyCulture and iAuditor products
The SafetyCulture team worked hard this year to align our product roadmap with what our customers need to get their jobs done better. Major updates that have had our customers enthused are:
- Enhanced data syncing options – for the avid auditors with a lot of data
- Failed responses – for the managers who want to identify challenges in processes at a glance
- iAuditor for Windows – because Android and iOS shouldn’t have all the fun
- Public Library for desktop – with suggested checklists to get the brain juices flowing
- Drawing fields – to communicate quickly in a picture what you would otherwise need 100+ words for
We released a whole slew of other product updates and new features, which can be found here if you’d like to learn more.
Work life at SafetyCulture in 2016
We couldn’t have made all the product improvements we did in 2016 without some serious team growth. We opened two new offices, one in San Francisco and one in Manchester, expanded our Sydney and Kansas City offices, and added forty new employees! Not only that, but we landed a new round of funding! We also hosted two ShipIts (not sure what that is? Check out our awesome video from the most recent company get together).
We started a few new traditions here at SafetyCulture as well. Through SafetyCulture Connect, each office will volunteer at least one day a year to a cause in their communities. For another popular charity, we began a new Movember tradition, where each gentleman donned a mustache through November to raise awareness for men’s health. We’re honored to be working among so many talented and passionate people here at SafetyCulture. Think you’d be a fit to work here? Head over to our careers page.
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