TASER

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TASER – Why Work For Us?

We are committed to making the world a safer place!

Our Mission: Protect Life. Protect Truth.

Our industry leading Conducted Electrical Weapons(CEWs) are used worldwide by law enforcement, military, correctional, professional security, and personal protection markets. TASER CEWs use proprietary technology to incapacitate dangerous, combative, or high-risk subjects who pose a risk to law enforcement/correctional officers, innocent citizens, or themselves in a manner that is generally recognized as a safer alternative to other uses of force. TASER technology protects life, and the use of TASER devices dramatically reduces injury rates for law enforcement officers and suspects.

TASER International was founded in September 1993 and has remained committed to providing solutions which Protect Life, Protect Truth, and Protect Family. From our industry-leading CEWs, to our AXON/EVIDENCE.COM on-officer video and storage system, we are committed to reducing violent confrontation, providing accountability, and preventing danger. We are committed to protecting life by providing innovative, high quality products and services that exceed customer expectations every time. Our ISO 9001:2008 certification of our quality management system demonstrates our commitment to quality for our customers, employees, and suppliers. This supports a continual improvement philosophy which is the responsibility of every employee.

Protect Life. | Protect Truth.

As a measure of this commitment, TASER employees regularly undergo voluntary exposures with our various TASER CEWs. This includes our founders: Rick Smith, CEO and his brother Tom Smith, former Chairman of the Board.

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TASER International's products protect life, providing advanced Conducted Electrical Weapons (CEWs) for use in the law enforcement, medical, military, correctional, professional security, and personal protection markets. TASER devices use proprietary technology to incapacitate dangerous, combative, or high-risk subjects who pose a risk to law enforcement/correctional officers, innocent citizens, or themselves in a manner that is generally recognized as a safer alternative to other uses of force. TASER technology protects life, and the use of TASER devices dramatically reduces injury rates for law enforcement officers and suspects.

TASER's Culture is as innovative and dynamic as its products. Our employees embrace a common passion to protect life and protect truth. The TASER culture exemplifies our pride in our products and balances our commitment to growth and prosperity with our concern for our environment, our community and our respect for the quality of life.

Rick Smith CEO and Cofounder

As CEO, Rick leads the company with a constant focus on delivering innovative solutions that make communities safer. Rick’s quest to create technology solutions to reduce world violence began in 1993 when he founded TASER with his brother Tom. Since then, TASER CEWs are now in more than 16,000 law enforcement agencies in more than 40 countries.


Doug Klint President and General Counsel

Doug Klint serves as TASER’s President and General Counsel and has been with the Company since December, 2002. Doug oversees TASER’s Weapons Group including Operations, Research & Development, Medical & Technical Services, and Government & Public Affairs. As General Counsel, he oversees TASER’s robust legal department, managing risk management, litigation, corporate governance, securities compliance, intellectual property, employment law, and patent law.


Dan Behrendt Chief Financial Officer

Dan Behrendt serves as TASER’s Chief Financial Officer. He oversees all aspects of corporate finance, information technology, HR, and investor relations.


Marcus W. L. Womack General Manager of EVIDENCE.com

Marcus Womack serves as EVIDENCE.com’s General Manager. He oversees all aspects of TASER’s public safety software business.


Jeff Kukowski Chief Operating Officer

Jeff Kukowski serves as TASER’s Chief Operating Officer. Jeff joined TASER in June 2010 as Chief Marketing Officer responsible for marketing, communications, product management, training and customer service. Having shifted to lead TASER's Sales teams in June 2013, he now oversees all domestic and international sales operations and training. 


Luke Larson Chief Marketing Officer

Luke Larson serves as TASER’s Chief Marketing Officer. He is responsible for all domestic and international marketing and communications, and also oversees TASER’s Leadership Development Program. Luke joined TASER in June 2008 and has served in a variety of management roles including director of video products, product manager, product development manager and senior associate.

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    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at TASER in December 2014.

    Interview Details

    I first met with a manager for coffee, it was a great experience and was shown the product and talked about the company. Had a good chat overall. I came away with a really good feeling about the company and their environment.
    I was then scheduled for a 30-45 minute tech screen via google docs
    I was asked two questions in the tech interview: fizzbuzz and looksay
    fizzbuzz was pretty straightforward, however, the looksay question was a bit un-intuitive.

    Interview Questions
    • I felt that asking the looksay question is the wrong caliber for a front-end developer. I had some difficulty with it because I have never heard of this question/algorithym before (I googled it later). It felt like the interviewer was looking for one specific answer and I could tell that he was getting frustrated that I didn't know the answer. He quickly ended the interview.
      To me it seems like this is not the type of question to be asking if they are looking for a front-end developer. Seems like a good question for a senior DB role.
       
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TASER Awards and Accolades

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Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Award - Top 50 Medium Sized Companies, Glassdoor, 2014

Additional Info

Website www.taser.com
Headquarters Scottsdale, AZ
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1991
Type Company - Public (TASR)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue ₹5 to ₹10 billion (INR) per year
Competitors IBM, Google, Motorola Solutions

TASER International's weapons aim to take perps down but not out. The company is well known for designing and manufacturing various non-lethal TASER lines of stun guns, including its best-selling TASER X26. These electronic control devices (ECDs) are geared at the law enforcement, corrections, military, and private security markets, as well as consumers. The company also... More

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