2018: Less Annoying CRM's Year in Review!

Check out how many new customers, employees, and square feet of office space the Less Annoying team gained in 2018.
Written by Jesse Yang

2018 has come and gone, and we’ve made lots of big strides here at less annoying crm. we welcomed 3 new members to our team: kelly, katelyn and reno. our userbase soared to 19500+ users (and growing!). the whole team’s been hard at work making it all happen. our developers deployed 357 updates this year, including: new calendar, improved importing tools, smarter email logging, and updated tutorial guides. our crm coaches talk with our users every single day! as a team, we’ve answered: 15,400+ help requests, 2,700+ phone consults, and 1,850+ onboarding demos. we built on some of our new ideas...Julia and Eunice presented over 100 webinars to more than 800 unique participants. This summer, we hosted 6 new students in our coding fellowship, a program that teaches coding skills to people from underrepresented groups in tech. And we’re still innovating. This year, we launched a mentorship program to help our summer interns get the most out of their time here. We had our first-ever diversity and inclusion training workshop. And outside of work hours, our developers teamed up for a coding challenge called Global Hack, an annual competition that brings together technologists and students right here in St. Louis to create apps and software with a social impact. This year, we also moved into our new offices! We only moved 5 floors, but our square footage has almost doubled in the move. We also got to show off our new space at LACRM’s first-ever user conference.

Click here to learn more about Less Annoying CRM's Coding Fellowship!

Click here to sign up for updates on the next Less Annoying User Conference!

Posted on Jan 1, 2019
Filed under Company Blog, Blog Announcements
Sign up to receive updates in your inbox
We'll send you about two emails per month with actionable tips on how to grow your business with a CRM
First Name
Last Name
Email
We never spam and you can unsubscribe at any time.
Share:



 
 
 
Spread the Word
Come say hi!