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We believe a fully distributed team is the foundation for the modern workforce.

Using established technology and modern decision making practices we have
designed and implemented a series of processes that ensure our teams
are as productive and fulfilled as ever.

A Fully Distributed Working Model from Theorem Leadership

Running a fully remote and distributed team may seem like black magic to many, but here at Theorem we believe it is the foundation for the modern workforce and we’ve been a remote first working organization since we were founded over 12 years ago.

Remote working means working from any location — not necessarily working-from-home — and with the correct practices and tools in place, it enables our teams to work at their peak no matter their location. A collaboration by Theorem Leadership.

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Crisis-driven Change: How to Prepare Your Team for Remote Work, Fast

As major corporations clamp down on travel and ask employees to work from home to minimize the spread of the disease, remote working is having a moment.

Pre-COVID-19, 43% of employees worked remotely in some capacity. For companies with existing remote cultures, the shift to a distributed workforce has been relatively straightforward. However, 44% of global companies don’t allow remote work at all. And there are plenty of businesses without remote policies and practices to fall back on. However, the transition can be easier than you think when you overcome three common challenges.
Here’s what you need to know to go from 0-60 on the remote working speedometer in a flash.

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Case Study: Building a Database-as-a-Service for Couchbase.

Challenge

Couchbase planned to expand its offerings of server and mobile solutions by adding a fully managed service. Their goal was to design and develop a new DBaaS (database-as-a-service) that leveraged Couchbase’s server and operator, letting customers easily deploy and manage Couchbase on cloud service providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

Outcome

Theorem’s partnership with Couchbase not only ensured the success of their DBaaS program, but demonstrated to Couchbase leadership how it could be backed by a resilient distributed team.

Elements of this model adopted by Couchbase included:

  • Hiring and Training
  • Process Implementation
  • Product Development

Results

With the support of Theorem’s guidance and expertise, Couchbase experienced several massive wins:

  • Growth of the team from 8 to more than 30 contributors
  • Quality code output increase of over 10x
  • Successful development of an asynchronous remote culture
  • Adoption of a globally distributed team

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