We are not just any (IT) consultancy firm and we are not for everyone. You will find that we provide an environment of freedom, responsibility and trust. We focus on growth, growth for our customers, for each individual Bizzomate, the team as a whole and our network of (social) partners.
Organizations play an important role in the well-being of their workforce, their families and even society. Bizzomate acknowledges that, and therefore implemented a Corporate Social Responsibility policy which states that every colleague should devote 10% of their time to a charitable cause of their own choice. Working out of your comfort zone increases resilience and helps to put things in perspective. Our CSR policy is an opportunity for every colleague to become a more complete person and increase their positive impact on society. As a Bizzomate, you are free to select and support social initiatives of your own choice. We would like you to rise to the occasion and increase your positive impact.
Our shared culture is based on 4P’s (Pleasure, Passion, Prestige and Professionalism). These values are not just for show, they are intertwined with everything we do. From personal development plans to project retrospectives and giving and providing personal feedback. Each P is as important as the other, it is all about the right balance.
Want to be part of a team that creates applications with real impact? “Today every company is an IT company”: This leads to an increasing demand for software developers. Low-Code enables “citizen developers” (IT savvy business people) to step up to this challenge. Without coding knowledge you can now both design and develop your own apps. We combine the roles of a business consultant with that of a developer to add value quickly.
Why we embrace Agile Software Development? Simple answer: to provide our customers the right solution better, faster and cheaper. Agile represents various software-development methodologies that have been influenced by iterative and incremental development. The goal is to build and deliver software incrementally based on feedback, rather than trying to deliver the whole solution all at once. Agile is an umbrella covering a variety of frameworks.