• Brian Hanley

How to Build a Collaborative Workplace

Step into PVX’s New York headquarters and it’s hard not to be wooed by the highly collaborative workspace. From its open floorplans to its casual dress code, Summer Fridays and complementary office bagels, PVX offers a little taste of Silicon Valley in bustling Midtown Manhattan.

Rare among tech startups its size, PVX employs its own fully-stacked, in-house development team. That means PVX boasts a dedicated, deep roster of hardcore technologists. Unhindered by the inefficiencies of outsourced software development, PVX’s in-house capabilities foster the closest possible collaboration between our different core teams. Tech, product, UX and the business teams can all partner together in a common space, resulting in more seamless communication across the board.

While other tech companies like to talk about breaking down siloes between departments, PVX actually commits to building cross-functional teams. Enjoy an espresso by the coffee machine and you’ll likely find a software engineer chatting it up with one of the UX designers. It’s at the intersection of these different backgrounds and skillsets where new perspectives arise. And it’s the friction and fusion of these ideas that make PVX a hotbed for technological innovation.