Make an Impact
Software has immense power to change the world. Split is founded on the idea that the best software is created by directly engaging customers in the development process. The best engineering teams use data from customers’ own experiences to reveal which ideas create the most impact.
OUR MISSION: Reimagine Every Aspect of Software Development, So That Teams Are Free To Accelerate With Control and Innovate With Ease
What It Means To Be a Splitter
At Split, every member of the team is a part of making great things happen. Just like a crew rowing in sync to move their boat forward, we work together, navigate together, and celebrate together. So grab an oar and join us.
We Put Customers at the Center
We invest in the details that matter to customers.
We Row Together
Every Splitter takes up an oar and rows in the same direction.
We Believe in Bold
As we move forward, we challenge the status quo.
We Value the Journey
We make the most of every day acting with urgency and determination.
Building an Inclusive Workplace
We believe an inclusive workplace is critical to the success of our team and our customers. We constantly strive to make Split a safe and welcoming place for people from systematically marginalized communities.
We’re looking for teammates that are as passionate as we are and want to join us in doing this extremely important work.
DiversityAs a developer, you probably have many horror stories about late-night and weekend deployments.
EquityReleasing features during low-traffic periods can be a necessary evil—especially in the cloud computing era—to minimize catastrophic software issues. But, with Split, releases can take place all the time.
InclusionSometimes, the buck gets passed onto the engineers because of a lack of synergy across teams. The result is bottlenecks and rough nights for the team. Until Split came along, that is.
BelongingSometimes, the buck gets passed onto the engineers because of a lack of synergy across teams. The result is bottlenecks and rough nights for the team. Until Split came along, that is.