If you’ve followed our blog at all over the past year, then you know that Adeptia likes getting personal. And that makes sense, considering that our software is nothing if not approachable. It’s our strong belief at Adeptia that tech companies should speak to more than just the technically elite, and we want to you to know how much we really mean that.
We are all people who love being a part of something we believe in, and we want to share that with you. For the first in our series where we get personal with each other, here are some questions and answers from a conversation with Adeptia employee Todd Johnson:
I handle business and lead development. I handle inbound leads as well as outbound email and phone campaigns that help generate new business opportunities for both Adeptia Integration Suite and Adeptia Connect. I manage the Adeptia Chat too. I’m also the best dancer at the company as well as the second-fastest typist. Plus, my Words with Friends skills are impeccable.
2 years and 7 months. I started in the original office back at 443 N Clark St.
I love Italian food but Joe’s Stone Crab is my favorite.
Cubs (I’m a Twins fan first)
Adeptia has an amazing family feel and everyone provides a very welcoming vibe. Overall I love working at Adeptia and I’m excited to see what the future brings.
The fact that Adeptia Connect is really taking off, and generating a lot of excitement. I’m looking forward to being a part of something that has the potential to change an industry.
Israel and Hawaii a close second.
I’m very excited to see where Adeptia Connect can take us in the upcoming year and how receptive people will be toward it. It is a great product that could change everything.
Like I said earlier the people are what make Adeptia a company I love working for. Our CEO and President have created an unmatched product and environment people enjoy walking into every day.
For more in our fun series of articles, check out:
Unexpectedly Good Integrations In Words With Friends
Unexpectedly Good Integrations In Life: Amazing Bitters-And-Booze Pairings That Make Life Worth Living
19 Ways For I.T. To Mess With Business Users