PeerPower gives their team members a lot of accountability and autonomy. We feel that we are in control of our destiny.
With that power, we have to think much harder about what we do. The thing we decided to make will directly impact the organization, the work, the people involve. So it is always exciting when we work on something new, which is mostly complex (but fun). The wheel is in our hands; no matter how far we can go, it's up to us.
"Make each other better" is one of our core values. This value has been positively injected into every part of PeerPower. It keeps us honest and humble through giving feedback and getting feedback.
I believe that every person at PeerPower shares the same DNA in being open and honest. With this value being part of our culture, I am confident that we can make impact to the financial world.
User feedback keeps reminding us that there is an actual human on the other side using our creation. It reminds us that we have created an impact on their life. Every bit of software that we push out has contributed to making our investors' and borrowers' lives better.
Our engineering team works really hard to keep improving and never stop challenging ourselves to better deliver values for the users.
The ability to think structurally and to embrace the learning from mistakes are the two things out of many things I like about PeerPower.
Even if the challenges never stop coming at us but if we use those two things, if we focus on what matters, for every single time, we will for sure be able to overcome the challenges, always.