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21 days ago

Product Manager Senior

CoreLogic San Francisco, CA

• Manage the coordination and analysis of market research to understand customer behavior, product satisfaction, and emerging business opportunities… CoreLogic

5 days ago

Strategic Account Executive

CoreLogic San Francisco, CA

• Responsible for having an in-depth knowledge of their clients’ business model, technology platform, products and services utilized, contractual… CoreLogic

9 days ago

Software Architect Web

CoreLogic San Francisco, CA

• Partner with Product Management and System Engineering, evaluating feasibility and making recommendations, considering things such as customer… CoreLogic

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CoreLogic President, CEO, and Director Anand K. Nallathambi
Anand K. Nallathambi
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    A once robust company has its eyes on very short term thinking, growth outlook is weak

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at CoreLogic full-time


    I worked with data and loved the freedom that I had to own projects . The people in the company are fantastic to work with and the company is accommodating with work/life balance. The people are the most valuable resource here as they are willing to share their ideas if asked. Benefits are okay... not great and not bad.


    Company has been going through heavy cost reductions, for the sake of making the short term bottom line look good. Investment in growth opportunities ( Data Enhancements, New Products, Better Marketing Budget, etc.) is just as important and cost reduction.

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    Short Term Cost reductions only solves your problem temporarily... Invest in your employees and in your future. Reductions in your workforce are hurting your growth potential.

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