I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at VMware in February 2009.
Interview Details – After I cleared the in-house recruiter, I was sent via email a two-page questionnaire (probably ten questions in all) designed to probe both my technical and sales background - good questions, and it took me a full afternoon to address each one. Once completed this was sent, along with my resume, to the hiring manager, with whom I spoke via phone a few days later. I definitely got the impression he had only reviewed the questionnaire and not my resume. The hiring manager only had a handful of questions for me, so most of my allotted hour was used by me asking him questions - perhaps he had made up his mind already.
Interview Question – Tell me what you think the virtualization industry will look like in five years. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at VMware in January 2010.
Interview Details – Normal interview process 1) profile short listing 2) Immediate Manager screening 3) face to face interview 4)HR Interview.
Interview Question – Nothing Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Money is never a problem for the right talent. if the profile is short listed they would certainly work to have the candidate on board
The process took a day - interviewed at VMware in July 2009.
Interview Details – Fairly straightforward. Screening phone interview, asking about the marketing, sales experience, including how much of face time I had over the years. Interviewer focused a lot on teamwork and strong full throttle approach on revenue generating in the ME region. There were a couple of questions on how I would have approached new sales accounts, certain scenarios were tested by the interviewer. My overall perception of the firm was fairly positive
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