We knew tech could do better
So we created a different kind of consultancy—one where talented humans from diverse backgrounds work collaboratively, not competitively, to build better tech for the greater good.
Where autonomy meets collective success
Tech equity isn’t just something we talk about: It’s woven into our very existence. We grant every Bitster the opportunity to benefit from our company’s success, with a profit-sharing model that rewards all of us, and a flatter hierarchy that recognizes everyone’s inherent worth.
No two Bitsters are alike.
Read about some of the exceptional humans at Bitful—and the different paths that have led them here.
Meet Ashley. After discovering how much she enjoyed managing a team of developers in her last position, Ashley knew she wanted to help more people thrive professionally and personally—while building an environment where everyone feels safe to be themselves. Thanks in large part to Ashley’s contributions, that’s Bitful in a nutshell. Outside of Bitful, Ashley relishes time spent in her other happy places: Cuddling on the couch with her two-year-old son, traveling to far-off destinations with her husband, or curling up with an imaginative fantasy novel.
After touring with a progressive rock/metal band in the 80’s (yes, really!), Mike became a technology consultant and ran his own consulting group for ten years. That’s where Mike learned that A. running a business is very hard, and B. he wanted to help build a consulting company that was different—one that addressed the many shortcomings he had encountered in the field. One that filled a much-needed capability gap for clients and supported, connected, and inspired the people who worked there. And just like that, Bitful was born: A company where every single person can make a difference and shape the future.
Meet Aamir, who describes his home office as his “happy place.” With the standup desk he built himself, puzzle mats and kettlebells on the floor, his guitar (and maybe one day, a drumset!), Aamir’s personal workspace keeps him inspired to do great things at Bitful and beyond. When he’s not in his office, Aamir likes to skateboard with friends—and he also likes that working at Bitful allows him the time and freedom to actually get outside.