About inSided

inSided is the leading Customer Success Community Platform that uses the power of community to measurably improve our client’s customer engagement. Customer Success is at the heart of everything that we do. It is our motto to bring success to all our customers. 

Our B2B customer base has nearly tripled 2021, with rocketship growth forecast for 2022. We are on a mission to make Customer Success Communities an essential part of at least 1000 brands worldwide. 

To achieve this we are looking for A-Players - people who share our passion, embrace change, take initiative and adopt high standards for themselves - to join our team and help us shape the future of customer success.

We proudly achieved a big milestone in 2022, when Gainsight successfully acquired inSided!

The deal pairs Gainsight’s leadership in Customer Success with the power of community-led growth, through inSided’s unique capabilities that drive product engagement and adoption, increase retention and build lasting customer relationships. inSided’s platform is currently used by hundreds of companies including Gainsight, Gong.io, ProductBoard, Sprout Social, Guru, and Zapier.

inSided (by Gainsight) is based in Amsterdam with offices in Manhattan, New York City. On both sides of the pond, we have a motivated and entrepreneurial team, who love to brainstorm on new ideas together, and regularly celebrate our continued success (ask about our champagne waterfalls 🍾). We currently have around 80 employees and are growing rapidly.

At inSided, we’re building a next-generation customer success community engagement platform. We are a well-funded and fast-growing company that helps cool companies like Mixpanel, Zapier, Gainsight and Coursera. We help (SaaS) companies to engage with their customers on scale, by connecting their community, providing self-service and collecting product feedback. With millions of users, high growth and a lot of innovation it is a great time to join inSided. 

What You’ll Do Here

  • Contribute to the growth and development of our department by focusing on automation, infrastructure, and Developer Experience
  • Share your knowledge, both inside and outside your own team. We believe that everyone has something to teach others, regardless of seniority.
  • Design, implement, test, and monitor valuable solutions that achieve the team’s goals while keeping a smooth delivery flow and balancing tradeoffs between scope, time, and effort. We believe that is possible to achieve a balance between getting things done and doing things properly.
  • Continuously improve your and your team’s way of working, expanding the boundaries of your team’s autonomy and self-organization. We believe that these two principles lead to stronger, happier, and more performing teams.

What We’re Looking For

  • Have at least 3 years of professional experience as a DevOps or Automation Engineer.
  • Proficient with AWS, PHP and Python.
  • Ability to automatically verify the correctness of your scripts, infrastructure, and systems in general.
  • Master English language in both spoken and written format.
  • Ability to work proactively and collaboratively in a team environment.
  • A Continuous Improvement mindset.
  • Bonus points if you have experience with any of the following:Javascript, Docker, Elasticsearch, Setting up Developer Environments.

Why You’ll Love It Here

  • Our Attitude: We’ve created a new industry from scratch, and we’re on the fast track!
  • Our Leadership: We offer the leading tech solution for driving Customer Success.
  • Our ROI: Reduce customer churn, increase up-sell, and improve customer satisfaction.
  • Our Technology: Deep Salesforce.com hooks, predictive analytics, and highly scalable product with a beautiful user interface.
  • Our Impact: We help our customers make millions of dollars more per year.
  • Our Clients: Big companies like Box, Adobe, Marketo, and many others.
  • Our Team: Tech all-stars from Facebook, Box, and others (and top consulting firms like BCG and McKinsey!).
  • Our Values: They are unique - Golden Rule, Success for All, Childlike Joy, Shoshin, and Stay Thirsty, My Friends
  • Our Office: If you showed up one day, you might find anything from karaoke performances to mini-golf championships.

Here are our 5 core values:

  • Golden Rule: We believe in trusting each other, and our community by exercising reliability.
  • Success for All: We believe that success for our stakeholders comes with making a difference in each other’s lives. 
  • Child-like Joy: We aspire to experience passion, optimism, and laughter in everything we do.
  • Shoshin: We believe in a beginner’s mind, and that learning comes from everywhere.
  • Stay Thirsty, My Friends: We believe in an internally-driven strive for greatness.  

Individuals seeking employment at Gainsight are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

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