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These 3 hiring companies reveal their tech stacks and business applications

We asked our Talent companies what they use to build their products and collaborate across teams.

Working at CubeSmart. (Courtesy CubeSmart)

This sponsored content is a part of The Tech Behind Month on's editorial calendar. The organizations appearing in this article are Talent clients.

Choosing the right tools is one of the most important aspects of doing a job.

For tech companies, this means not only picking the best languages and frameworks to build a product, but also communication and project management platforms to keep the business running. These allow employees to be efficient and effective, focusing on the tasks most essential to the organization’s mission without distractions and roadblocks. And if you’re looking for a new tech job, knowing what a company uses can provide a glimpse inside a company’s structure and culture, and help you decide if they’re a good fit for you.

For the month of September,’s reporting has explored the theme of The Tech Behind for our editorial calendar. For some additional perspectives, we asked our Talent companies the following question:

What applications and platforms does your org rely on to do business (i.e. Slack, CRMs, project management software, etc)?

Here are some replies from their teams, and if you like what you see, follow the links to companies’ Culture Pages to learn more and explore ways to connect.

Chatham Financial

Chatham Financial is the largest independent financial risk management advisory and technology firm. A leader in debt and derivative solutions, Chatham provides clients with access to in-depth knowledge, innovative tools and an incomparable team of over 700 employees to help mitigate risks associated with interest rate, foreign currency and commodity exposures.

  • Technology stack includes: C#, C++, Java, .NET, ASP.NET, React, Javascript, Angular, TypeScript, SQL Server, RabbitMQ and Redis.
  • End test using xUnit, Moq, NSubstitute and Cypress among other technologies.
  • Development cycle in CI/CD pipelines using Docker, YAML, Gitlab CI and Hashicorp Nomad.


CubeSmart is one of the nation’s largest publicly traded self-storage companies. Our mission is to simplify the organizational and logistical challenges created by the many life events and business needs of our customers — through innovative solutions, unparalleled service and genuine care.

“At CubeSmart, we leverage several platforms to efficiently operate our business as well as engage in innovative ways with our customers. Our strategy is to adopt off the shelf tools that drive commodity services while building technologies that differentiate CubeSmart in the marketplace. Our engineering team has formed strategic partnerships with providers including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft to leverage their suite of cloud products. In addition, we have adopted various frameworks including AngularJS, Entity Framework, and Databricks, among others to modernize our product offerings. Engineers who have joined CubeSmart are able to follow an agile delivery model across a diverse set of products while expanding their knowledge base and broadening their technology skill set.” — Amy Cross, senior vice president of information technology


For as little as $3 per month, the Australia-based independent email provider offers completely ad-free products and services — unlike “free” email providers that get paid by selling your data to advertisers. Your inbox stays clear of unwelcome solicitors, and your privacy intact.

“Before Fastmail launched our Masked Email integration with 1Password, we were already fans. 1Password is an excellent tool for security, with excellent UX that’s great for everyone.

We’re also heavy users of Linear for task and project management. It’s a highly-flexible tool with a great interface that’s slightly opinionated in just the right way. We also really appreciate their API — and use it extensively!” — Joe Woods, senior plumbing lead


Want to expand your toolkit with a new role? Check out all the Talent companies here, and find out about their missions, cultures and open positions.

P.S. If you’re curious about’s services for your own org, find more info here and connect with us.

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Companies: CubeSmart / Fastmail
Series: The Tech Behind Month 2023 / Talent Monthly Prompts

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