Our first stop? Building a data-driven and collaborative RfQ engine, LumiQuote. We want LumiQuote to help EMS and OEM companies bring their innovations to life (but much faster).
RfQ? EMS? OEM? It's all got to do with the electronics industry. We promise we're not making this stuff up.
It's actually quite simple. Almost everyone interacts with some kind of innovation from the electronics industry (count how many you're interacting with right now). Yet, few people realize what happens behind the scenes, and what it really takes to bring these life-changing products to your doorstep.
This is where we come in. To really understand what it is we do, check out this article.
To work on something that can potentially impact every person you know. This is what it means to us when we say: 'We're working on something for the electronics industry'.
It's this, plus our company values and a few other things that make working at Luminovo awesome. Check them out below.
Be honest. Be open. Be respectful. Value transparency and provide a safe zone where others can be vulnerable.
Show appreciation and let others know what you think! Do not be afraid to make mistakes and learn from them.
Be yourself and enjoy the time together. If you did not laugh, it was a wasted day.
Begin with the end in mind and let measurable outcomes guide your actions. Put solutions over problems.
Act if you see an opportunity to help. Take ownership of your work and earn autonomy.
Be curious. Personal growth leads to company growth.
We're a mish-mashed team of electrical engineers, product enthusiasts, deep-learning engineers and business talents. We work really hard, trust each other, and have made continuous learning a focal-point of our culture. We have a psychologically safe environment, that we work on all the time, and want to foster a space where interpersonal risk taking is encouraged.
As problem solving enthusiasts, we love working with a diverse group of people on complex issues. Our team comes from all kinds of backgrounds, including some cool institutions like Stanford, Cambridge, Oxford, CDTM, and TUM. Though, to be honest, we're just trying to impress you with these names, but actually we've removed all requirements (like fancy university degrees) from our job descriptions - check out why below.