Beam began as a solution to our own frustrations with remote work. Despite the variety of existing technologies like email, chat, and videoconferencing, we found that our remote team members felt isolated, things got lost in translation, and calling multiple meetings for daily work was disruptive. Then it hit us: What if our distributed team could just be together?
Collaboration would be so much easier, and our team would be much more efficient and culturally cohesive. We thought, surely if we felt this pain, others were feeling it, too. Inspired, we imagined what effortless remote presence would look like, and set to work creating it.
Scott Hassan created Suitable Technologies with the goal of redefining presence, by giving people the power to choose when and where to be present, regardless of geographic location. Prior to Suitable, Scott founded Willow Garage, combining his belief in open source technology and his passion for bringing robotics into everyday life.
Scott has been a driving force behind some of the most influential Internet companies and projects. He was the founder of eGroups (now Yahoo! Groups) and was the key software architect and developer of Google, Alexa Internet and the Stanford Digital Library. Scott invests in start-ups that aim to make fundamental quality of life improvements for citizens around the world.
Bo Preising oversees all product development and operations at Suitable Technologies. Bo has more than twenty years experience helping to build and grow successful technology and life science businesses. He is responsible for setting and executing the company's product strategy. Previously, he was the COO of Curexo Technology Corporation, maker of one of the first robotic surgery systems also known as RoboDoc.
He was also the COO for Consumer Genetics and has held executive positions in sales, marketing, business and product development with Technology Ventures Corp., DataSweep, WorkCard, OUR Scientific International, LifeChart.com, and Accuray. Bo was a postdoctoral researcher in mechanical engineering at the University of California at Davis, where he also received his Ph.D. and M.S. in biomedical engineering. He received his B.S. in bioengineering from UC San Diego.
Josh directs software development, user experience, and interface design at Suitable. He is a founding member of the company.
Previously, Josh led front-end development at Zvents (acquired by eBay), and spent several years researching human-computer interaction and social networks at HP Labs and Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). Josh holds a M.S. in computer science from Stanford and a B.S. in computer science from Washington University.
Milan leads the overall supply chain, manufacturing, and support functions for Suitable Technologies.
Milan joined Suitable from Realization Technologies where he led multi-million dollar client engagements at multi-national companies such as GE, Siemens, Lufthansa, Delta Airlines, NASA and ABB. Previously, Milan was the Business Manager for the Enterprise Software and Services division at Applied Materials. Milan was also co-founder and Vice President of Marketing at Atma Software, which is now part of Oracle. Milan received his M.B.A. from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University and his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arizona.
We're looking for talented people to join our team. We have funding, competitive compensation and benefits, and strive to provide a creative, fun, and collaborative work environment.
More than just competitive compensation, we've got daily catered lunches, a fully-stocked fridge, and plenty of table tennis competition. We provide top-of-the-line development hardware, adjustable and treadmill desks, and will work with you to get your workspace just right.
Are you a great engineer, tester, or designer? We need your help with coding C++, audio and video software and codecs, web frontend and backend, UI/UX design, electrical, and networking. We think this could be a unique opportunity for someone with experience in web or mobile to work on something a little different.
Don't see yourself in the list? Drop us a line with your resume, LinkedIn, or personal website and a cover letter of 140 characters or less.
No sweat! With Beam, we're the best place to work remotely. Just ask any one of our employees that Beam in daily from around the world, from Detroit to Romania.