Kitomba Spa and Salon Software
Instead of a regular tea or coffee break, staff at Kitomba Salon & Spa Software do pull ups.
In theme with the spa and salon industries, Al says they try to have a “mullet business philosophy”- that is, business in the front, party out the back.
“Internally we are relaxed, informal and at times, quirky. Outwardly we know when to be professional, we follow through on commitments and do what we say we will do.”
Tech is all about people, so you’ve got to be looking after the people building that tech and those working with our customers to help them get the most out of it, Al says.
“Software is essentially a people business. What we sell is the direct output of the great people here.”
The office also has a ‘club’ for every interest - tea, cake, cheese scones, beer, whiskey, and even stair climbing for those who aren’t as enthusiastic about the pull up bar.
“These all bring people together across the organisation,” Al says. “And it’s organic as well – it’s just coming out of shared interests rather than anything forced.”
Tech is all about people, so you’ve got to be looking after the people building that tech and those working with our customers to help them get the most out of it.
Al Quinn, CEO Kitomba Spa and Salon Software