The software company designed a space that is a perfect fit for employees.
With global headquarters in India and California, Persistent Systems in Dublin is not a huge, bustling office. Rather, it’s a place with a strong culture for its 63 workers, and a bright, simple space with a “private” patio (the other building residents can use it, but they never really do).
The software services company is “26-years-young,” says Anagha Vyas, the office’s local leader. Over the years, Persistent Systems has worked with startups that are no longer startups, like Microsoft and Yahoo. It is nimble, changing as technology changes, and now focuses on emerging technologies, financial institutions and healthcare companies. Because of the nature of the business, desks and monitors are angled in such a way that information on the screen is kept private. Desk space is shared, and both standing and sitting desks are offered. Vyas says that, although employees can sit anywhere, they often “nest” and remain in one spot.