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Altisource CEO William B. Shepro
William B. Shepro
158 Ratings

    Crazy, committed, driven, experimental, with roots in India and old-school finance

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    I have been working at Altisource full-time (less than an year)


    What do you get when lawyers and accountants start a company that mixes old-school finance with technology, then invests in startup technologists and acquires several other companies? Altisource. This is a good place to work if you are focused on business results and your part in them, and can deal with the company working through its apparently stuffy past plus its recent huge growth. The place _is_ pragmatic and can be a strange mix of nice touches with cheap or odd limitations. That said, it has budget, it has vision, and it is eager to have people contribute. The second half of 2014 has included new management hires, executive decisions and improvements in internal approach that bode well for the future.
      The best part of working here is the smart, talented group of people. Everywhere I turn I find people who really know their business. We are all working to grow this business and, while there are some healthy discussions about how to do that best, the final decisions are usually solid and the appetite for new ideas is impressive.


    As always, in life, your boss will make a huge difference in your satisfaction. There are some great ones here. There are others as well. There are apparently some people here who have had very bitter experiences, based on other reviews. Some of the culture is based in ancient perspectives on workplace restrictions. For example, some areas still ask everyone to dress in full business regalia at times, even if their jobs don't otherwise merit a suit (blazer and slacks are not business attire). If that is an issue for you, don't work in those divisions.
      On the other hand, other areas are very flexible and people wear t-shirts and flip flops and there is a beer tap (Harpoon) in one of the offices. I've seen some of the leadership in those areas are big personalities and there are more political dramas. No place is perfect.

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    Communicate, communicate, communicate.

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