It’s always a matter
of Happy People.
Let’s do something Imagicle.
I'm Agicle and Smart.
The words “smart working” are not new in our dictionary. Imagicle people have always been encouraged to work from wherever makes their mind come up with brilliant ideas, and the doors of our offices are always open for those who need it.
At home, at the beach, or at the office, we design and develop software using the most advanced methodologies based on Agile SCRUM-Test Driven Development, which allows us to increase velocity and ensure quality to offer a better experience to our customers and empower our teams, from R&D to marketing to HR.
Growth and common goals.
Working at Imagicle means growing as people while running towards the same goals. We achieve this with continuous learning and the adoption of OKRs to have transparent, written-down, common goals that align activities across teams.
Teamwork is our North Star, that’s why we boost our daily routines in morning stand-up meetings (coffee at hand!), in line with the Agile method. In short, being part of the Imagicle family means personal enrichment and growth every step of the way, with a clear, efficient path to follow that also leaves room for creativity and initiative.
Life at Imagicle.
Imagicle means more than deep tech training and crunching data, it means being part of something beautiful that puts the human side of things first. We like to do activities that encourage team-building and some good fun, from taking 10′ to play pool in the common room to organizing a Christmas dinner in a villa.
When something prevents us from getting all together physically, we don’t let it stop the party: we host virtual events to cook together and share a laugh. Even on ordinary workdays, we like to keep morale up by cooking together at the office, blasting some music and dancing to it, or share a toast.
Celebrating our milestones is an important part of the Imagicle culture, from the 10th anniversary of the company to the arrival of a new colleague. And, as we said before, if a certain something gets in the way of physical meetings we just plug in our PC and party out loud in our home offices spread around the world. What if we told you that we managed to bake about 1000 cookies, in 3 different continents, at the same time, with the help of a starred chef? Would you believe it?