When I joined Examity, the team was operating as a small startup. Today, while we have matured how we operate, we’ve also managed to retain that start-up flexibility and agility, ensuring we maintain our ability to move quickly and constantly innovate.

Andres Munoz

QA Manager

Andres Munoz

Employee Spotlight

How long have you worked at Examity?
Since March of 2018.

What work do you do here, and why do you find it gratifying?
I’m a Software Quality Engineer at Examity. I make sure our systems work as efficiently as possible, giving our test-takers a hassle-free experience.

Working in Examity’s applications is gratifying in multiple ways: I enjoy participating in the design process, brainstorming ways to improve user navigation, and working with new technology to make our application more robust and reliable.

Why do you love working with your colleagues?
I love the diversity we have at Examity. We have people from all around the world, different age groups, and levels of expertise. This mix of people is what makes Examity such a fun place to work, and a great place to grow personally and professionally.

What was the biggest unexpected challenge you faced when first starting with Examity?
When I joined Examity, the team was operating as a small startup. Today, while we have matured how we operate, we’ve also managed to retain that start-up flexibility and agility, ensuring we maintain our ability to move quickly and constantly innovate.

What advice do you have for prospective Examity employees?
Be ready to be challenged but also to have fun (and eat a lot at the Examity parties).

Fun Fact your colleagues might not know about you.
I love food so much. I’ve found only one thing I couldn’t eat. Also, I can keep eating if I have food in front of me, even if I’m full. Thank God I do not have any food allergies.

When I’m not at Examity, I’m probably _____.
…working out and running, playing video games, at the movies, or eating and drinking like a Viking.

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