Customer Paradigm started in 2002 in Jeff Finkelstein’s basement.
Jeff set out to build a company that was able to interact with its individual customers and help them acquire customers of their own. Jeff has worked at formal work spaces like the White House (it doesn’t get more formal than that), as well as in the construction, medical and technology startup fields. He’s blended the best practices of them all to create Customer Paradigm – a Customer-Centric company.
In the process, he also wanted to create an environment for a happy staff that would give them the freedom to balance work and life. With a ping pong table, free coffee, bean bag room, indoor bike racks and big windows that face the mountains, Customer Paradigm is a fun place to work. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
The main workspace is an open work area that allows for collaboration and learning. When you need quiet time, jump into a conference room or plug in your headphones.
Customer Paradigm’s dress code is casual and comfortable.
But don’t mistake a casual dress code for a casual attitude about work. We take what we do seriously, and have extremely high standards of excellence. Working at the office is the norm — we find it is difficult to collaborate and work as a team if everyone is working from home. If you want to learn how programming, project management, software engineering or search marketing is done at a top level, we’re here to help you toward success.
We give our employees great flexibility to pursue new technology and innovation. Some of our greatest ideas and services have come from team members who have dreamed up a new or better way of doing things.
We value weekends and holidays, so everyone has those off. Pulling all nighters at our company or sleeping under your desk is not a source of pride and accomplishment, and this rarely happens. We have great boundaries with our clients to make sure that we take care of our employees and don’t burn them out by pushing too many crazy hours.