Yodle connects small businesses with new customers and provides a cloud-based platform to efficiently manage business-customer relationships. We’re good at it, too — so much so that Forbes named us one of their Top 10 ‘America’s Most Promising Companies.’ We’re already delivering great results, but we have ambitions to do much more. Because at Yodle, ‘good enough,’ isn’t.
Technology enables our business to perform. But the tech is nothing without our people who bring it to life —the hackers, the inventors, the creators and the problem-solvers. For us, technology is about delivering business value, which sometimes means sweating the details and doing the grunt work — basing decisions on facts and never settling for a second-rate solution. As a Yodle Engineer, whether you’re working in Scala or Hadoop, AngularJS or Play, you’ll have the freedom to try new things and to push code to production when you determine it’s ready (based on Yodle coding standards, of course).
We’re successful because we hire smart, energetic engineers. You’ll be surrounded by supportive, talented colleagues who will drive you to become your very best. You’ll come together to solve real business challenges that transform our business and our customers’ businesses too. We’ll give you everything you need to succeed — from supportive management and training in your role, to the ultimate work environment built to your specifications to limitless opportunities for the future. The work you do here matters, and good work is always recognized, rewarded and celebrated.
Life at Yodle is more than just at job. We love coming to work here because we spend our time with people we genuinely care about in a culture where we work hard and have fun. You could work anywhere, but you’ll prefer working here.
Yodle. Transforming work.
Learn about how Yodle is transforming work on our tech blog.
Chief Information Officer
As Chief Information Officer at Yodle, Eric is responsible for all of the company’s key technology initiatives. Eric is a technology executive with over 25 years of experience in telecommunications, software, and networks. Prior to joining Yodle, he was CTO at M5 Networks, the hosted VoIP company that was acquired by Shoretel in 2012. Earlier in his career, Eric developed atomic, optical and computer technologies for AT&T Bell Labs. Eric received a BA in Physics and Mathematics from Columbia University, and earned his PhD in Atomic and Molecular Physics from MIT. Eric has also authored numerous articles in technical journals and is the listed inventor on two telecommunications patents.
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"I love working with a team of very talented engineers to come up with elegant solutions to challenging business problems. We don’t just write code, we are as involved in finding the solution as anyone else. It’s so gratifying to see my work having real and measurable impacts on the business."