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What is iQmetrix?
iQmetrix is a Vancouver-based software company specializing in end-to-end retail solutions. We’re the North American market leader in retail management software for the wireless industry and have offices in Canada and the U.S. We also specialize in interactive retail software to enhance the in-store shopping experience.
We’ve grown a lot over the past few years (we made the PROFIT 200 list of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies for the past three years) and we plan to keep growing. Maintaining a fun and rewarding work culture is also important to us: we’ve ranked in the Top 25 Employers in Canada for three years in a row (we cracked the Top 10 in 2012).
Joining the iQmetrix Team
We offer great benefits, a collaborative work setting and cool perks like an award-winning office design, free fitness classes, beer taps in every office and an Employee Share Ownership Program.
We value Speed & agility, Leadership, Innovation, Character, Community and Environment. As a software company, we need to move fast and use forward thinking but we also want to remain authentic, grow sustainably and give back to the community around us.
Our core purpose is to create great experiences. We create them for our clients, for clients’ customers, our partners and our colleagues. If you have the personality, skills and motivation to join our team, we want to hear from you. Visit our Job Board and apply for one of our openings.
iQmetrix Music Video
"What Makes You Beautiful" lip dub, filmed February 2013.
Presenting "The Qi Zone"
This is a video produced by iQmetrix employees and a fun take on our unique office culture:
How I Found My Dream Job
By Cherie Korol, Interface Designer
"What I love most about working at iQ is the amazing culture the company has to offer. I feel incredibly lucky to be working with a team of highly talented and collaborative designers and developers every day. The work and culture here is built on trust and respect, while providing a commitment to personal and professional development and a path to finding meaning in the work you do."
Excerpt from her Oct. 13, 2011 blog post on OOMPH.vfs.com