Besides the many trips between our offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg our second most visited city must be Oslo. We have signed some great deals there, adding more customers to the previously signed Nettavisen and Finn.no (read more about them in the official press release).
But the best thing with Norway is all the people we’ve been meeting, and the enthusiastic conversations we’ve had on how to make the Internet advertising experience better. Even though the Swedish market has been our natural focus we’ve had our eyes on Norway for some time.
Long winter days in Sweden are slowly taking a turn; Gothenburg rainy as always, Stockholm rarely lit by sun but since Christmas things have been exciting and intense enough that no one seems to even care about the weather anymore.
The last couple of months our offices have just been bursting of positive energy and excitement. Restless and eager to make things happen we almost need to rein ourselves in from time to time. After the first investment round closed in the late autumn last year big steps forward have been taken in our product development. We have released loads of new features and this week we will launch a brand new version of Rich, with new design and better insight inspiring reports than ever.
We’ve recently reworked the web interface for our analytics product, Rich. We’ve worked on it continuously for the last two years, evolving it along with the product, and even rewriting large chunks of it a few times. This time we’ve taken the step and brought Rich into the land of fat clients — not customers with deep pockets, but pure client side web applications.
Master thesis work for two students - 30 hec
The thesis work objective is to develop a statistical model capable of identifying a unique web browser between repeated sessions without storing any information at the client side such as tracking cookies.
We’re extremely happy to announce that we recently closed a new round of funding. The round of 20MSEK (approx $3M) was led by Industrifonden, that built and recently sold multi-billion-dollar analytics company QlikTech. More on what this means for our customers, for you (speaking of which, we’re hiring!!!) and the world in general is the topic for an upcoming post. But it’s all exciting stuff we can promise you that much!
For those of you who cannot wait, here’s our politically correct press release :)
If you are a high-performing team player that thrive on operational excellence, this job is certainly for you! At Burt you’ll develop deep and long lasting relationships with blue-chip online advertisers and publishers, helping them grow and improve their online business.
Burt is looking for talented business development managers to quickly identify new opportunities, effectively pitch our technology solutions in an ever changing competitive market and demonstrate results. An ideal candidate, is experienced in building relationships in large enterprises at senior and C-level, will focus on building meaningful long-term relations instead of ”selling”, have a knack for understanding complex eco-systems, and just maybe has Dale Carnegie’s famous book always on their nightstand.
We’re recruiting a Key Account Manager for our ever growing portfolio of online publisher, advertiser and agency clients. It is a uniquely varied role, requiring management of customer relations, sales, account management, expertise support as well as educating customers. The Key Account Manager own the long-term relationship with our clients, and are motivated by providing business solutions and creative solutions to specific customer needs.
We are looking for developers who enjoy the megalomanic pleasure that comes with deploying code to a big server cluster. You will work with our platform team building the systems that collect, crunch and serve the data that is the bread and butter of Burt’s products. Experience and knowledge of distributed, fault tolerant, concurrent systems is key. You think that Netflix’ Chaos Monkey is the best idea ever.
This position is full-time and based in our main office in Gothenburg, Sweden(*).