Justin Graci

Justin Graci

A lifetime resident of Massachusetts, Justin graduated Isenberg School of Management in 2014 with a degree in Marketing and a keen interest in sustainable business. Prior to Turbonomic he went to work at a fast-growing e-commerce company, Wayfair.com through their IPO. Wanting to learn more, he joined Turbonomic as the search marketing manager where he realized a new passion for software. Currently, he is leading the branding efforts and in his free time enjoys traveling the Caribbean, making trips to Colorado, volunteering, kayaking and playing his guitar.

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How Remote Employees Stay Connected

Dallas DeMarr, our Technical Content Strategist lives almost 2,000 miles away from the Turbonomic Headquarters here in Boston and has been working remotely for over a year now. He provided a ‘day in the life’ rundown on remote work, which you can find here, but we wanted to also get a sense for the work-life … Continued

Employee Perspectives: Working Remotely for the First Time

Working remotely and being across the country from your company HQ isn’t always the easiest, but the benefits for some people can outweigh any of the cons that some might think of. I got to catch up with Ryan Geyer who joined Turbonomic in May of 2018. Ryan joined the company, but lived in Southern … Continued

What it’s Like to Work Remotely at Turbonomic

Turbonomic offers flexibility for our workforce whether they’re based at our Headquarters, one of our global offices, or you’re remote. The company is continuing to improve the ways we connect and communicate with the goal of strengthening our team and succeeding in our mission to serve our customers. One member of TurboNation has worked both … Continued

Employee Perspectives: Traditions that Build Trust

At Turbonomic we have 3-Core Cultural Pillars that drive what we do and how we operate as a team. These pillars are; Trust, Performance and Transparency. When we think about Trust within our culture, there are countless examples of how trust as a foundational piece of our culture has grown organically and continues to thrive … Continued

Overcoming Challenges with the Company’s Support

By 2020 it’s estimated that 83%+ of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud. This transformation introduces an ever-increasing set of complex tradeoffs for IT staff, such as; whether to place workloads on-premises or public cloud, when and how to scale up or scale out workloads, and what resources to allocate without over-provisioning. This scale of complexity … Continued

Building Trust is Critical to Growth

Turbonomic has 3 Core Cultural Pillars; Trust, Performance and Transparency. We integrate these into everything we do and how we operate on a daily basis. It’s the glue that holds our company together and gives us the necessary ways of thinking to achieve our mission of transforming the IT industry. Recently, I sat down to … Continued

Inside Scoop: What it Takes to Interview for Sales

We’re excited to follow up with part 2 of our Q&A series with go-to-market recruiter, Zach Choquette to dig deeper on the interview process at Turbonomic. I’ll just get right into what Zach had to say: What’s it like to interview for an account executive role here? Zach: In a word… thorough. Generally starts with an … Continued

Day in The Life at Turbonomic: Engineering

I recently caught up with CTO of Cloud at Turbonomic, Mor Cohen, and got her to discuss the three roles she has held here: Life as a Developer, Life as a Product Manager, and Life as CTO of Cloud. At Turbonomic you get the resources and support you need to accomplish your goals, but your career … Continued

Sales Team Insights: Q&A with GTM Recruiter Zach Choquette

Turbonomic is a company built by brilliant engineers and grown through a highly-motivated sales team who demonstrate our value to customers. We offer many opportunities across the sales team, but one that some candidates always have questions about is our Enterprise Sales Account Executive positions and what we look for in top candidates. To answer … Continued