Our Culture & Values

Created for our team, by our team.

We strive to be a great software company where team members are excited to come to work—and have the support they need to bring their best.

So, we asked our team—the very people whose inherent values, passion, and talent made us successful to begin with—what makes them tick. What makes them want to come to work every day? What drives them?

What we came up with are seven core values, co-written by real people who really work here.

These are the characteristics that we live by, hire by, promote by, develop by, and make decisions from. They motivate us to do our best work, and have a little fun while we're at it.

Relativity Culture & Benefits - Jessie Davison

"We always have our team members in mind. We treat each other like internal customers, going above and beyond when delivering on any request. These gestures of thanks show our genuine appreciation for one another."

Jessie Davison

Finance

Relativity Culture & Benefits - Dan Wells

"Being great at your job means attacking the tough problems in technology and our industry with enthusiasm, and getting satisfaction from making life better for our customers."

Dan Wells

Product Development

Relativity Culture & Benefits - Danielle Urban

"Our colleagues and customers are intelligent—we can learn from them by asking questions and digging a little deeper into the 'how and why' of our software and industry, as everyone brings something different to the table."

Danielle Urban

Certification Team

Be an excellent communicator.

  • Communicate clearly and concisely.
  • Listen to others, be fully present in conversations.
  • Be honest and say what you believe.
  • Create a dialogue: ask questions and answer questions directly.

Exceed the expectations of our customers and your colleagues.

  • Provide outstanding customer service, internally and externally.
  • Be meticulous in execution, no matter how small the task.
  • Follow through.

Hold yourself and your colleagues accountable.

  • Talk and act like an owner: bring up issues and propose solutions.
  • Be dependable, conscientious, and empathetic.
  • Ensure your intentions are in the best interests of Relativity and our customers.
  • Be on time for everything.

Be humble and stay hungry.

  • Don't be arrogant.
  • Give and receive direct, constructive, respectful feedback.
  • Own your own improvement: be honest about mistakes and learn from them.
  • Own your career: initiate development goals and conversations about new opportunities.

Do more with less.

  • Be resourceful and efficient.
  • Commit to constant process improvement.
  • Never lose a sense of urgency.
  • Use everyone's time effectively.
  • Make meetings productive: set desired outcomes and assign owners for next actions.

Embrace the talents of your colleagues and our customers.

  • Foster teamwork and collaboration across departments and with customers.
  • Contribute your point of view to help make the best decision, and actively support what's decided.
  • Recognize others' strengths and ask for help when needed.

Enjoy and be great at your job.

  • Take pride in doing great work and recognize wins.
  • Do it because you love it.
  • Be yourself.
  • Have fun and don't take yourself too seriously.