“What’s the coolest tech company in Arizona?”
The Phoenix metro area is home to some big tech names. Companies like Yelp, GoDaddy, and DoubleDutch all have taken root here in the desert. LeaseHawk is proud to be a part of this growing “Silicon Desert” headquartered in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona. With hundreds of technology start-ups and enterprises and even more tech jobs on the market—you may have asked yourself, “What’s the coolest tech company in Arizona?”
Our answer: LeaseHawk. Okay, we may be a little biased. Hear first-hand from LeaseHawk’s Training Manager, Suzie Combs, to get a feel of what it’s like to work at the “Nest” (a.k.a. LeaseHawk Headquarters).
A: AMAZING! Working with our clients is a privilege and I enjoy getting to know them. My goal is to help them be their own personal best. One of my favorite things is learning from them! It’s exciting when we can engage one-on-one and brainstorm best practices that work with their goals and assist with their pain points. LeaseHawk’s training department offers on-demand videos, live training webinars, train-the-trainer and corporate leadership training workshops so I am fortunate to be able to interface with every level of our clients’ organization.
A: This company is full of passionate people who truly want to help both our clients and our own company excel. LeaseHawk is constantly taking it to the next level and challenging me as an employee. I have never had a boring day here and while I never expected to work in the SAAS world, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
A: When client trainers visit our LeaseHawk Nest! There is nothing more important than giving a client the tools to be successful except showing them how to use them. Giving your trainer uninterrupted time to focus on learning our product and setting up a plan for rolling it out to their team ensures that your investment will lead to results. Every company has unique situations and goals and being able to spend time working together on customizing the LeaseHawk utilization plan is very rewarding.
A: Well, besides working at LeaseHawk (seriously, I love it and Mr. Mueller did not tell me to say this) I enjoy taking adventure trips with my gal pals. We’ve hiked the Grand Canyon rim to rim, crawled up Angels Landing and sloshed through The Narrows at Zion, rappelled in Moab, tackled canyoneering in Escalante and soon will be facing our fear of heights on the Via Ferrata in Telluride. And I’m not young… I just trained!
So, what really makes LeaseHawk the coolest? As Suzie mentioned, it’s all about our clients. Our mission at LeaseHawk is to simplify the leasing process by creating intuitive software solutions that enable data-driven decision making and productivity for the multifamily industry.
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