This past year, Armored Things has experienced tremendous growth. Our team hired 10 full-time employees, raised $5.5 million dollars in venture capital, and partnered with universities, stadiums, and companies around the country. Given these exciting events, we felt it was time to update our branding that better represents who we are and where we're headed.
The product is practical and logical. We're providing customers with a platform that simplifies their day to day, not over complicate things. There is a clear problem that our product will solve for, which is exciting for both us and our customers.
All the interns had their own project, which meant each of us had a lot of responsibilities and played an integral role in the development of the product. This was compared to a big company where you are working on a large team on a small portion of a massive project.
When it comes to choosing where you want to work, there are many factors that go into making a decision. For Noah Naiman, it was the opportunity to work for a world-class technology team that would positively impact his community that led him to accept a Software Engineering internship at Armored Things.
As a Software Engineer at Armored Things, Cheyan works on a variety of engineering projects from customer integrations to infrastructure development. Chiefly, his role is to collaborate with the engineering team to create technology that solves complex physical security problems.