I applied online and interviewed at Kaspersky Lab.
Interview Details – They want to see that you have some experience or are smart enough to close business. There are no special tricky questions but you need to prove you can do the job.
Interview Question – Just show what you are up to Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in July 2013.
Interview Details – The interview process for me was a two step process. First was a call from Ray Barrett (Corporate Support Manager). He conducted a brief phone interview asking general questions a Computer guy or girl should know (What is a GPO, What does Ping do, What does ipconfig/ifconfig do) and some questions about me. Answer as many as you can but do not hesitate to tell them that you are not sure and will be glad to check it out. After the phone interview, I received a reply from Kaspersky asking me to come in for an interview. That was also quick and painless. I was asked more technical questions and personal ones. After about 15-20 minutes they they let me go stating that I did very well. I received a reply a few days later saying they would like to offer me the job.
Interview Question – Nothing too difficult was asked just review the basics and buff up on your commands and you should be all set! Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The base rate is $19. Unfortunately, there is not really a negotiation option there for it.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab.
Interview Details – 1 phone screen with recruiter, on site interview two days later, started 1 week later
Interview Question – None, was not asked alot of questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – N/A
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 7 weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in June 2009.
Interview Details – Straight forward process...1) Initial screening with HR/Staffing Manager 2) 15 minute discussion with the hiring manager 3) Colleague interviews and 4) I believe the top two candidates made it to the final step which was a thorough interview with the hiring manager. This final phase was entirely focused on sales process, how do you penetrate an account, how to you determine the primary decision makers, provide an example of a large win, why did you win, why did your competition lose.
Kaspersky Lab is in a competitive marketplace, but they have a very good story and offer a solid solution. To be successful, you have to be able to pay close attention to key decision criteria by the client and align not only your solutions strengths to the criteria but the unique partnering experience Kaspersky provides. You must also be comfortable not being the primary brand in the marketplace Kaspersky competes, but rather, like the idea of representing a solution that is often times the underdog.
Interview Question – Unexpected Question: Technology aside, why would a customer buy a solution from "you", what do you specifically have to offer versus another sales professional Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Kaspersky Lab.
Interview Details – The interviewer stood me up three times without confirming. Would recommend not interviewing with thus company.
Interview Question – None because never got to interview. Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in June 2010.
Interview Details – 2 phone interviews, 3 in person.
Interview Question – None, really Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied online and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in May 2012.
Interview Details – 3 phone interviews, 4 in-person interviews. All very professional.
Interview Question – I was able to answer all questions related to the position I was applying for. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was offered a set salary with bonus and negotiated a slight increase plus bonus which was accepted.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in December 2008.
Interview Details – I spoke with hiring manager, by phone for 1 hr, then had another 1on 1 in his office for 1.5 hours, At that time I met several members of the sales team.I then had telephone interviews with the field channel managers. whole process took 3 weeks to a month.
Benefits are excellent and my team members were top notch.
The people I worked with not on my team were great, and top notch.
However, I would stay away from Kaspersky commercial sales - In 2009 the ISR's goals were raise over 100% in six months. Not one ISR met goal during the first 3 quarters of 2009.
One comment I will never forget though was," If someone told me six months ago I would be doing XXXXX
I would have said no @$#^$$# way, Now I guess I have just gotten use to it."
All selling is done through Channel Partners.
Interview Question – No questions were tricky, The Manager(now director) is very straight forward.
However make sure all your questions are answered and your offer letter reflects to the letter, what the manager offered during the interview. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I don;t think this is relevant because the change in the variable part so much that you'll end up making 60-70 regardless what your base is.
I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Kaspersky Lab in July 2012.
Interview Details – Applied with email on vacancy from a job site. After that was contacted via email and then phone by HR from Moscow office. Some preliminary phone interview took place with HR, then was invited to an interview. Couple weeks later there was another interview via Lync (videoconference) with executives from Moscow. Eventually, another week later they made me an offer.
Interview Question – Actually, nothing special/worth to remember. Answer Question
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