Andrew Sumido was used to hearing on a regular basis from headhunters looking to entice him away from his job as a senior .NET engineer. So he didn’t give it much thought when a recruiter messaged him about a position at Axxess, a Dallas-area provider of cloud software and services for healthcare organizations.
Sumido’s interest quickly spiked when he checked out the firm’s website.
“They presented themselves as a technology company in the healthcare space, which impressed on me that engineering is a top priority for the organization,” Sumido says. “It was somewhere where I felt I could have a lot of impact. It looked like an opportunity that I couldn’t pass up.”