Working at Uncountable
Uncountable is a hard-working team of engineers, data scientists, account managers, and sales executives headquartered in the Design District in San Francisco, CA.
Uncountable's mission is to accelerate R&D.
The primary objective of our work on a daily basis is to provide value for our customers.
To achieve that, we value Execution, Efficiency, and Empiricism.
Primary Focus: Customer-first
We put the needs of our customers and what they care about first.
We prioritize data security because security is of the utmost importance to our customers.
We act with professionalism and care towards our customers.
We learn as much as we can from our customers and empathize with them.
Value 1: Execution
We help our customers execute on R&D projects and innovate quickly. We prioritize execution for ourselves as well.
We get our work done on-time and prioritize functioning, high-quality solutions over perfect ones.
We do not distract from the workday with too many meetings or events.
We get work done during the day and enjoy our time outside the office.
We have the flexibility to do our work in a way that is best for each of us without excessive restrictions or processes.
Value 2: Efficiency
We help make R&D experimentation be as efficient as possible. We are as efficient as possible as well.
We move quickly and choose to work on the projects that will be most impactful.
We minimize process and optimize for performance and scale.
We find ways of innovating to improve efficiency.
We each take ownership over our work and give all employees a lot of responsibility.
We are building a small team of great people. Everyone owns what they work on and we believe that is more efficient than increasing headcount and oversight.
We eschew collaboration in exchange for flexibility. We work individually by default but know when asking for help is more efficient than working on our own.
Value 3: Empiricism
We help our customers put more emphasis on their R&D data and make decisions using that data. We let empirical results guide our decisions as well.
We trust data over intuition
We believe the best way to win an argument is to have data to backup your position.
We let observations of past success and failures dictate our future actions.
We look for ways to collect data that will influence our decisions and the company's trajectory.
We test new ideas and are open to letting the data tell us that we're wrong.
We let our customers' actions and behaviors dictate what we build by observing how they work and which features they use more and asking them for feedback.
We choose our business development strategies based on what has worked in the past and collect data to optimize.