101 - 250 employees
No outside funding
eCommerce & Marketplaces

ASICS Digital Company Overview

Ready to get the whole world moving? Our mission is simple: we want to get the whole world active. That doesn't mean you have to do 26.2 miles or 50 pushups, but working on a product that improves people's lives should excite you. From race training to regular old endorphins, we're helping the world get healthy the best way we know how: together.

Jobs at ASICS Digital

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Are you passionate about both software engineering and consumer marketing data analytics? ASICS Digital, formerly Runkeeper, is looking for a Web Analytics Developer. This person will play a vital role in driving growth of Runkeeper, ASICS Studio and ASICS online properties, including ASICS, ASICS Tiger, Onitsuka Tiger, Haglofs, marketplaces, and other digital commerce consumer engagements. ASICS Digital is based in Downtown Crossing, Boston, Massachusetts. We are a division of ASICS, based out of Kobe, Japan. Our goal is to get the whole world moving by developing innovative direct-to-...
Data Science / Machine Learning
Are you a mobile developer who is ready for their next opportunity? Are you motivated by a mix of big impact work within an established code base with green fields engineering possibilities? Were looking for a senior team member to contribute in a newly created Senior Mobile Developer position. Youll have a voice in UX decisions, the product roadmap and get to work on a global brand that improves the quality of peoples lives. Your work will touch millions of users via the Runkeeper and ASICS Studio apps across both iOS and Android. In addition, youll have the opportunity to take on new code...
Software Engineering/QA
Are you interested in working on a high-touch, innovative digital product? We are looking for a Web Engineer contractor to build out an ASICS membership program that promotes brand awareness and drives customer engagement. You will work on a small interdisciplinary team to improve our global registration platform and build web services that provide membership benefits. This is an opportunity to build innovative products with a major impact on our global business and develop the future of ASICS personalization efforts. Our team strongly values curiosity, kindness, and honesty. We enjoy...
Customer Success
1 Winthrop Square
Boston, MA 02110

What MOVES us

We put ourselves in your (running) shoes

We’re a team—in every sense of the word. Our company communicates with empathy and mutual respect. We root for each others’ success, and it shows through our work, our relationships and our culture.

We lead with our imagination

Thinking outside the box can lead you to a world of new possibilities. Whether you’re an engineer or a digital designer, creativity is at the core of ASICS Digital—we’re always hungry for new ideas and new directions.

We love three-legged races

We work together because we know that when one of us succeeds, all of us succeed. We share our expertise, learn from each other and communicate freely so we can build trust and get things done.

We explore new routes

Be curious about your peers, your career path—anything and everything there is to explore. Curiosity creates new opportunities that help our company move forward. And we hope you’ll move along with us, in your own interests and career growth.

We break records

We want to get the whole world moving. So, as you can see, we’ve got big goals. But we’ll make them happen—we’re tenacious and scrappy. We don’t shy away from risks because we’re a hard-working team dedicated to the cause.

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January 30, 2020
ASICS is a performance athletics brand focused on getting the world moving. We take pride in the research, technology, and quality of materials that go into each product, resulting in some of the best shoes, apparel and accessories on the market. But what about performance in the digital sense? How can we ensure that we are offering the same level of commitment and satisfaction to our users on the web as we do with our physical products?Coming off of a successful roll out of the ASICS North Amer...
November 15, 2019
As discussed in part one, Building the Layout, frontend engineering is a system-based science with well-defined, repeatable rules. In this part, we’ll cover how to add content and apply a style to the layout you’ve engineered.Content & StyleTo recap, if layout is how content is arranged on a screen, then content (like words and images) is the information a user sees and style (like colors and decorations) is the way it renders.Adding content and style to your UI is the cat’s meowLet...
November 8, 2019
This blog post is the first of a two-part series that was adapted from a tech talk given to NEU’s WIT group. ADI often engages with the local college community and hires both interns and coops — not just from NEU, so please apply! We also try to participate in programs that serve underrepresented groups in tech, like Hack Diversity and She Geeks Out. If you’re interested in learning more about ASICS Digital, check us out here: https://www.asicsdigital.com/Software engineering is someti...
August 13, 2019
No career plan? No problem! 3 key factors in choosing great jobsI’ve been blessed with great jobs! Of course, I’ve had my share of monotonous, mindless jobs. Here I’m referring to the more “serious” jobs, which supported both my lifestyle and, for the last 10 years, the life of my daughter — I’m talking about the kind of jobs you list on your curriculum vitae.While attending high school in Italy, I specialized in business and languages; while at university in the U.S., I major...
July 24, 2019
I first started working at Runkeeper in June 2014 as a Northeastern University co-op, a fancy word for intern. I was 135 pounds and, at this point in my life, a social runner. What I mean by that is that I ran competitively in high school, tried out for the team in college, and upon getting rejected, ran only with friends or as a reason to justify drinking on a Tuesday night. What? I went for a 4-mile run, I can knock back a few beers. I don’t have class until 10 a.m. tomorrow anyway! Either w...