ShootProof moves its staff to a work from anywhere model

ShootProof works remote

Gallery software provider ShootProof announced a distributed, flexible work model. The work-from-anywhere model removes traditional workplace requirements, empowering team members to work wherever they are most effective.

“Our employees have inspired me as we have adapted tremendously since becoming a distributed, virtual team,” said Steve Marshall, CEO. “We are gaining momentum, and team members are finding creative ways to prioritize human connection using tools like Asana, Slack, JIRA, and Loom.”

According to a recent Gallup poll, 62% of Americans are working from home, with 59% preferring to continue to do so. Companies are challenged to reimagine the workplace, guiding teams into the future.

“We’re embracing work from anywhere as a key driver of our growth plan as we seek to attract and retain top talent,” said Rachael Pollard, vice president, People and Culture. “With recent acquisitions, we gained employees across four continents. We’re committed to enabling employees to build a career path at ShootProof without physical boundaries. To that end, we will continue to be a work from anywhere-led company, with coworking spaces playing a role in our post-pandemic strategy.”