AIMS Meeting Recap: Daxko

Daxko made a visit to the MIS AIMS meeting on Tuesday, February 1. The presenters were Kristi Merritt, a talent scout, and Anna Giles, a Data Conversion Specialist. They informed us about Daxko’s philosophy, culture, and job opportunities. The clients of Daxko are all non-profit organizations and Daxko prides itself on this fact. They provide software that makes a difference. Employees also provide support to the community every year by donating their time and money.

Some of the opportunities within Daxko include, but are not limited to a Solutions Analyst (Consultant), Implementation Project Manager, and Product Manager (Voice of the Market) on the business side or Software Engineer or Business Systems Analyst on the technical side. There are diverse opportunities for those looking for a great place to work. The culture of Daxko is fascinating. The dress code is up to each employee within reason. There are also group events and family lunches. Daxko’s culture is centered on their commitment to customers and team members, which has something to do with why they are one of the top 50 Best Small and
Medium Companies to work for in America.

At the close of the meeting, Kristi and Anna stuck around to answer questions that anyone had. The meeting and the Domino’s Pizza were enjoyed by all.

Written by: Stephen Frost, MIS Ambassador

The University of Alabama MIS program allows students to work on real projects that provide real value to real companies. Students learn to leverage people, processes and technology to solve problems and meet the challenges of today’s businesses head-on. For more information, call 205-348-5525 or visit http://cba.ua.edu/mis.

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