The smartest way to document your work and communicate with your crew.
TL;DR: We create simple-to-use visual-first communication and accountability tools that help contractors get shit done every day.
Long Answer: CompanyCam is a photo-based solution created for contractors, by contractors. Users can take unlimited photos—which are location and time stamped, sent to the cloud, and stored securely. Every photo is organized by project and instantly available to teams, allowing users to see what’s going on anytime, anywhere. Photos can be annotated with drawings, arrows, comments, tags, and voice notes and users can create project timelines, photo galleries, reports, and transformation photos through the app. Sharing photos with customers and insurance adjusters has never been easier, and keeping the entire process organized has never been simpler.
Life at CompanyCam is many things. It’s exciting, it’s fast-paced, it’s often mildly inappropriate, and it’s where shit gets done.
We’re a relatively small team, about 30 or so of us in the Lincoln office plus a handful of remote folks, but that doesn’t mean our output is small. We’ve got big plans for CompanyCam, and we’ve found that when people are excited to come to work, they’re more excited to execute those big plans.
Our company is tight knit, collaborative, supportive, and laid back. Everyone has a vested interest in making sure people are happy here. We like people who know how to have a good time while doing good work, who can take a joke and put our CEO Luke in his place. We take birthdays seriously, Free Lunch Friday is basically a holiday, and lake day is no joke. We work hard, we arguably play much harder.
You spend 40 hours of your life at work each week, why not make ’em enjoyable?
We keep things simple around here with three core values:
Show Up: It won’t always be easy, but we get it done.
Grow Up: For CompanyCam to grow we all need to grow: we take responsibility, learn continuously, and have a growth mindset.
Do Good: We treat each other and our customers the way we ourselves would want to be treated.
🏥 Health & Wellness
Full-time employees' health insurance premiums are 100% covered and we also contribute to dependent premiums. We also invest in your mental health by providing a free-to-employees counseling service. Oh! And there's voluntary dental, vision, and life insurance plans but you’ve gotta ask nicely.
📅 Common Sense Time Off
We’re pretty relaxed with hours and PTO. As long as you’re getting shit done, you’re free to take vacation and time off as you need it. Finding a work-life balance is pretty easy here.
💻 The Latest Gear
Full-time employees get a shiny new MacBook Pro (or Windows equivalent) plus $200 extra to cover mouse, keyboard, etc. If you're in the office, we also set you up with a fancy monitor and standing desk.
🏢 Meaningful Equity
We're growing fast and have big plans for the future. We want all employees to have a vested interest in seeing CompanyCam succeed, so that means we'll give you some real equity.
🍕 Free Food Fridays
Every Friday we bring in some grub for lunch. Half the time its pizza, sometimes it's something fancier from local eateries. We also still celebrate everyone's birthday with your fav drinks and 'zerts. Rest assured, you'll be fed and full on Friday afternoons – just in time to take off and head to the Tavern for beer-thirty.
👕 Free T-Shirts & Hats
Your wardrobe will love working here. On any given day at CompanyCam, you'll run into at least a couple folks in their CoCam tees or hats. We’ve got lots of colors and they’re all super soft.
🧠 Growth Mindset + Try Anything Mentality
We're a startup, so we’re not afraid to stick our neck out there and test something new. If it doesn’t work, we’ve learned something. If it does work, we’ve done something awesome. No red tape or bureaucracy here - We grow up together!
☕️ Location, Location, Location
We’re located right in the heart of the Haymarket District in Lincoln, Nebraska. We cover your parking, and you’re just walking distance from tons of restaurants, happy hour spots, and coffee shops—what more could you ask for?