I’m a relatively new addition to Team Rigor, and, as with any new position, I’ve had the opportunity to be immersed in the company’s culture. At Rigor we have Core Values that drive the way we do business and treat one another. My personal favorite Core Value is Win as a Team.

This Core Value is lived out in a variety ways at Rigor–from celebrating wins on Slack to sharing quotes from happy clients during all-hands meetings. I love this part of our culture because I think that the best things in life are even better when they arevalue-5 shared.

This is why I’m excited to announce our new client referral program. With this program we are inviting you to Win as a Team with us. The premise of this program is simple:  Share Rigor with a colleague and we will send you a $100 gift card.

All you need to do is complete the Referral Program page on our website. When your referral signs up for Rigor we will send you a gift card to say thanks for winning as a team!

If you’re curious about how other companies have found value with Rigor, check out our case studies. This might help give you some ideas about people you know who would also benefit from Rigor’s digital experience monitoring and optimization.

Thanks for joining us as we build faster, more reliable experiences together!

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