There are six values that we as Pyramidians hold that together make up our core – our foundation as an organization. Our basic, essential way of being and operating. We strive to display these values in everything we do. We look for them when interviewing candidates to join our team, and we challenge one another to bring these traits out of each other.
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A unique aspect of working at Pyramid Solutions is our Casual Friday Fund. Employees are permitted to wear jeans and casual clothing on Friday, as long as they donate $2 to the fund. At the end of every quarter, we total the donations and pick a local organization to donate the money to. However, we do not randomly choose these organizations, but they are selected for one specific reason – because it’s close to the heart of one of our employees.
As STEM career opportunities increase, technology advances and the circle continues to repeat itself. It is exciting to be a spoke in that wheel. With so many STEM jobs out there, how do you know which to choose? Well if you’re considering Pyramid Solutions, whether it be a STEM position or something else, here are some reasons why our Pyramidians chose to build a career here.
In fall of 1990, Pyramid Solutions opened its doors for the first time in Troy, Michigan with a focus on creating solutions for the manufacturing industry. The staff was small – totaling three – but the goal was clear: create visionary solutions that yield exceptional results for our clients.
Two weeks on the job as Pyramid Solutions’ new Marketing Associate, a woman on the Banking & Financial Services Team not much older than me approached me with a pink Nerf gun in hand. She handed it to me and left me with words that haunted me for several days: You’re going to need this.
The typical customer experience for purchasing software, IT hardware, or even professional services looks a little something like this: You do some online research, read reviews and articles in journals and magazines (online or in print) and/or talk to your peers inside or outside of your organization or even go as far as hiring a consultant. Then after a while, you narrow your choices down to one or more vendors that you may evaluate even further – perhaps having the vendors perform a proof of concept or provide a demo. You’re a customer in this scenario.