Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Technical Support Analyst Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Allscripts in April 2013.
Horrible company. Horrible interview process. Not organized. NO feedback. Had to keep asking over and over where the process was... No feedback. Difficult to deal with since it's oursourced.
- Not organized, very difficult to deal with. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Allscripts
Technical Support Analyst InterviewAccepted Offer
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Allscripts.
got the phone interview from a recruiter after around 2 weeks from the application date. Got a n interview in person call from the same recruiter after 1 week from the initial call. Had 3 rounds interview after and they were quite friendly
- The questions were really appropriate to the job Answer Question
Technical Support Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Allscripts (Pune (India)) in November 2010.
The Hiring process as it happened in steps: 1. First off, I received a call from the recruiter who went through a list of questionnaires. 2. Then I was called to the company premises on the following day to appear for the online English and Aptitude Test. 3. About 3 to 4 weeks later received an email invite to join the Assessment Center to be interviewed. 4. Assessment center started with a presentation including information about the company, about the position and the interview process to follow. 5. There were 3 rounds of interview, the first one was a Role Play/Reverse Role Play round where in the first half I had to handle a support call from a client regarding system issues. In the second half I had to summarize my perspective as a customer after watching a video. 6. The second round was a team building activity where we were divided into groups of 5 and had to build a helicopter of legos. 7. The final round was a panel inerview.
There was no scope or option for negotiations.