David Piña is ClearCut’s Data Entry Manager. While he’s incredibly data-driven, friendly, and insightful, David is also an outdoorsman and enjoys spending quality time with his family. We’re grateful to have David on the ClearCut team and to interview him for our employee spotlight. Learn more about David through the below Q&A.
How would you describe your role at ClearCut?
As part of the data entry team, I help create new and maintain current categories and brands in our system. We are constantly sorting and categorizing data. I also help update and create client catalogs in our system and work with the client success team to manage FBA shipments and replenishment recommendations.
How has ClearCut allowed you to work toward your professional goals?
ClearCut has always provided the tools and resources to facilitate learning, growing, and perfecting my craft.
What excites you most about ClearCut’s future?
The constant growth and innovation within the Amazon data space is very exciting. There aren’t many companies that have such an extensive database, and always working to be at the top is a great feeling.
What is your proudest moment at ClearCut?
I’m very proud to say I have been at ClearCut since the company began, and working toward where we are at today in our partnerships with some very large clients makes me very proud.
What do you enjoy most about ClearCut’s culture?
The culture of a company makes such a huge difference in employee morale. ClearCut has always been a very welcoming, supportive, and friendly culture.
It’s easy to get up and start a workday knowing the support you’ll get from your company and coworkers.”
What do you like to do when you’re not working?
I spend most of my free time playing disc golf, enjoying time with my family, and being in nature while camping, hiking, and fishing.
What are 3 things you’d choose to have with you on a deserted island?
A disc golf basket and some discs are all I need.
What’s your favorite quote?
A song lyric that I love is, “Don’t take the money” from Jack Antonoff of the band, Bleachers. It has to do with following a gut feeling and not settling for anything in life.