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30+ days ago

QA Engineer

Inflection Redwood City, CA

Inflection is a leading provider of people search and privacy products to consumers. We are building high quality products supported by our… Inflection


30+ days ago

Fresh 15 - Operations Associate

Inflection Redwood City, CA

that span every facet of operations—your hands will most definitely get dirty. Filthy, even. WHY WORK AT INFLECTION? • We care more about… Inflection


30+ days ago

Fresh 15 - UX Design Associate

Inflection Redwood City, CA

that span every facet of our UX design—your hands will most definitely get dirty. Filthy, even. WHY WORK AT INFLECTION? • We care more about… Inflection


30+ days ago

Senior Fullstack Rails Engineer

Inflection Redwood City, CA

Inflection is seeking a Sr. Fullstack Rails Engineer to join our team of highly motivated technologists who leverage existing cloud technologies and… Inflection


30+ days ago

Fresh 15 - Software Engineer Associate

Inflection Redwood City, CA

that span every facet of our software engineering—your hands will most definitely get dirty. Filthy, even. WHY WORK AT INFLECTION… Inflection


30+ days ago

Fresh 15 - Associate Business Intelligence Analyst

Inflection Redwood City, CA

that span every facet of our business intelligence—your hands will most definitely get dirty. Filthy, even. WHY WORK AT INFLECTION? • We care… Inflection


30+ days ago

GoodHire FCRA Compliance Analyst

Inflection Redwood City, CA

GoodHire is seeking an FCRA Compliance Analyst who will be responsible for research and analysis of various employment-related laws and regulations… Inflection


30+ days ago

Fresh 15 - Business Development Associate

Inflection Redwood City, CA

that span every facet of Business Development—your hands will most definitely get dirty. Filthy, even. Why work at Inflection? • We care more… Inflection


30+ days ago

Senior UI Designer

Inflection Redwood City, CA

• You understand the user, market, technical constraints, user feedback and emerging trends to propose continuous improvements and changes to user… Inflection


30+ days ago

Privacy Engineer

Inflection Redwood City, CA

We are seeking a Privacy Engineer who will be responsible for developing and implementing our technical privacy strategy. As a company that deals… Inflection


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Matthew Monahan
24 Ratings
  • Sloping Upwards and Forwards

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    Current Employee - Product Team in Redwood Shores, CA
    Current Employee - Product Team in Redwood Shores, CA

    I have been working at Inflection full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Pros

    This is a most special and opportune time to join Inflection. We've come a long way since a bit of an uncertain point around a year and a half ago, a time in which there were some concerns shared by different team members, myself included. However, in this last year Inflection has made huge strides, attracted a talented team, is poised for growth, and has behind it a strong collective vision for scaling the business to large (even dare I say international) heights and making a huge societal impact.

    Talent: This last year we’ve attracted some great senior talent. We still have room to grow and attract more, but Inflection is now attracting a stellar team.

    Fresh Spirit: The college recruiting classes, especially 2013 and 2014 classes bring a great spirit and energy to the company.

    Principled Business Model: PeopleSmart has made huge strides this last year in setting itself apart from a shady set of competitors and showing the competitive space that we don't need to compete with their shady tactics and schemes to win. Things like "free trials" have been eliminated and this has been coupled with going the extra mile with principled marketing and clarity. And though we all expected an initial hit with this new approach, it's nice to start to see the dividends and opportunities this business model shift is bringing already, as we've been able to iterate quite well and quickly with this new baseline and interesting doors are beginning to open.

    Privacy: The Privacy team is awesome. I’m not on the team, but they provide tremendous value and insight to the company and their growing involvement and thought leadership makes me especially excited for Inflection’s prospects. It’s not often that a business is built from the ground up with foresight into laws and regulations for scaling a vertical, but the privacy team is doing just that for the space of identity verification and identity management. The caliber of depth of this team is top-notch and their continued collaboration with other teams has been hugely impactful and makes me especially excited for Inflection’s long-term vision, strategy, and success.

    Broadened Vision and Scope: This last year, Inflection leadership and team at large has really upped the game in terms of providing a collective vision and intention behind our products. I can’t go into the full scope of our prospects and potential, but I am incredibly excited about Inflection’s future. Online “Trust and Safety” and “Trusted Connections” are obviously central to our mission, but the scope for societal impact is big, and with a brilliant team that can think big and deliver I am very excited for the future.

    Great Leadership: I have full confidence in the leadership at Infection. Matthew (CEO) and Brian (Co-founder) are a set of brothers that give me incredible hope and optimism for not only the future of Inflection, but making a huge impact in the space of identity management and tech and society at large. Matthew’s perceptiveness and skill into the space is unparalleled. Brian is a visionary and an all-around awesome personality. Of course, it’s not just the co-founders, but the leaders among individual teams as well. This last year was a great testament of great channels of team dynamics, overcoming certain hurdles that arose about a year ago.

    Opportune Time: This next year I think is one of the best times to join Inflection. We haven’t made it huge yet, but we’re on sloping upwards and forwards, toward our coming breakout.

    I could say more, but I've already gone on too long...

    Cons

    Shedding the "launching pad mentality": Inflection has had a mix of truly committed dedicated team members and those who more treat Inflection as a “launching pad” into their next thing. I would say Inflection is shedding some of this “launching pad” mentality, as it was more prominent 2 years ago and back, and the 2013 and 2014 are more invested and part of the team than earlier years. However, I think Inflection should really focus on hiring team-members who are truly interested in a long-term vision and impact. Of course, it’s a bit idealistic to expect this of everyone, but I would say if you’re considering Inflection as just a launching pad or pit-stop, Inflection is not the best place for you.

    Advice to Management

    Keep our long-term vision ambitious and go for it!

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