Why Qualtrics – Matt Primmer – Technology Consultant – Seattle, WA
Great to chat with you, Matt! Let’s get started - what would you describe as your 'why' and how does Qualtrics connect with that?
In my young career, I value the opportunity to constantly learn, build dynamic experience and continuously challenge the upper limit of my potential. At Qualtrics, my colleagues are the highest caliber I've experienced. Since I've joined, I've grown tremendously professionally and personally. There is always an opportunity to take on a new challenge and think outside the box to deliver value to our customers.
What does your day look like?
I spend about 50% of my day working directly with clients. On these calls, you flex many muscles, from Project Manager to Technical Trainer. The rest of my day I'm talking out problems with teammates and pursuing innovative solutions to client problems.
Any tips for someone who is considering a role at Qualtrics?
Research the idea of Experience Management. Understand its growing importance when companies compete for business in the digital age.
What surprised you most about working at Qualtrics?
How smart every employee is. There is no "dead weight"; no one going through the motions. Everyone is passionate and sharp.
What made you want to get into technology consulting?
Consulting essentially pays you to learn. Your job is to take on new problems every day, and use critical thinking and communication skills to solve them.
What are your aspirations in career and life?
I want to serve as CEO, preferably for a company I've created.
Qualtrics is growing, and if you're ready to find your "why" at a place like this, you can explore our open opportunities at any time by visiting our career page.
|Matt is a CX Technology Consultant at Qualtrics in Seattle. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration and Computer Information Systems from James Madison University and has held previous positions at Accenture and Atlantic Health.|
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