Our four summer interns discuss what it was like to work at Wazee Digital this summer.
I’m spoiled. Like super-spoiled. I catch a rainbow trout the size of my ice-fishing boot and think it’s rather small. Beautiful – but “nothing of size.” I’ve been ridiculously spoiled because I have caught rainbows over two feet long. (Don’t worry; I release them all back to grow even bigger.) I’m grateful. But, I’m spoiled [..]
Kearsley Olcott of Wazee Digital recalls her first 60 days at Wazee Digital
I walk the stairs up to the office (I tend to be elevator adverse), and if I navigate the traffic just right, at times I am the first one to our "pod." I switch the lights on if they aren't already, or, I leave them off if the sunlight is beaming in as it often does in Sunny Colorado. I store a few things in the refrigerator, grab a glass of water, power on my laptop and walk downtown to get some local espresso [...]
In a world (er, industry) where many services are migrating to the cloud and traditional workflows once operated by humans are replaced by automated workflows, one thing remains constant: customer service. No programmed script or complex code framework can ever replace the power of a person’s dedicated attention to your business [...]
DENVER — Jan. 24, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that it has promoted Greg Loose to chief technology officer. In his new role, Loose oversees all technology that powers the company, including engineering, product, and IT functions.
The first ten weeks of my summer I spent interning with the Account Management team at Wazee Digital. As a rising junior studying economics at Middlebury College, I was grateful and excited to be part of a unique and exciting business in a city that I had never been to before.