As a fast-growing company, we firmly believe we must take immediate actions to create a positive impact on our environment. That is why we founded GreenIX. We are a small group of dedicated employees, spanning different departments, from engineering to marketing, and different countries. We are united by a common goal and the will to tackle one of the most pressing issues of our time: climate change.
It’s been an exciting start to the year for the LeanIXteam but we believe the best is yet to come. As we continue to challenge ourselves and the status quo, one core value of our company remains the same: any business journey is only as successful as the people creating the transformation. At LeanIX, we empower our teams, make collaboration a top priority, and nurture the ambition of everyone involved.
2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. Social distancing, working from home, and waiving of our favorite public place to go was not easy for anyone. However, we as LeanIX were able finish 2020 with success. That's why the leadership team decided to provide each employee with a 300€ "Corona Bonus".
Our Product Marketing Director Marion Richter decided to donate this bonus to two non-profit organizations for their work in Yemen. Here‘s why:
We just joined the national pact for the strengthening of women in MINT professions. Our CEO André Christ signed the declaration of accession and commitment.
Again, LeanIX has been certificated as a great place to work with our offices in the USA and Germany. This is extremely flattering. Reading the phrase, ‘a great place to work,’ you probably think about a great looking office. However in these times, most of the team is not working in our offices, but remotely. So, if it’s not the office, what else makes a company a great place to work?
„You have become a Customer Success... What exactly?“, is probably the most common reaction you get from your friends when you tell them that you are starting as a CSE.
Flipping a negative into a positive is sage advice in many areas of life — and, for Benjamin Damm, especially so as an enterprise account executive at LeanIX.
“Use an objection to prove that your No. 1 priority is looking out for the prospect’s best interest,” Damm said. “Just like in boxing — where rolling with the punches softens the blow — in sales, rolling with the objection solidifies your relationship with the prospect.”