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30+ days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Intapp Palo Alto, CA

The Product Marketing Manager will be responsible for all aspects of Product Marketing for Intapps Risk practice, collaborating with cross-functional… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Director, Software Engineering – new

Intapp Palo Alto, CA

• Help us invent our products, from initial versions through maturity, shaping the product architecture and road map along the… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Manager, Software Development – new

Intapp Palo Alto, CA

• Lead the design of our products, from initial versions through maturity, shaping the product architecture and road map along… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Product Manager

Intapp Palo Alto, CA

As a Technical Product Manager, you are… • Driving specification, definition and implementation of key product components with a keen… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Customer Support Engineer

Intapp New York, NY +2 locations

The opportunities for our core technology span multiple markets and we serve corporate clients, including many of the Fortune 500 companies. These… Glassdoor

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7 Ratings

    Had a lot of potential, still could be great

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    Former Employee - Solutions Engineer  in  Palo Alto, CA
    Former Employee - Solutions Engineer in Palo Alto, CA

    I worked at Intapp full-time for more than 3 years


    - Lots of self-learning and doing things at your own pace (assuming your pace is quick)
    - Very flexible hours (come and go as you please, work from home), just have to put in the hours to get your work done
    - People there are very friendly and likable (there are bad eggs, but I liked everyone personally)
    - A lot of opportunity to learn a lot about the Legal world (tech side)


    - Work exhaustion was hands-down an issue when I left (not enough talented people doing necessary jobs)
    - Compensation was sub-par for most of my coworkers for the area (and not very transparent), definitely true when taking into consideration long working hours
    - Management didn't seem to listen to employee complaints until emergencies would happen (people threatened to leave, people left, people stopped coming into work, etc.)
    - Difficult to ramp up due to coworker overwork (no time to train)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a step back and focus on developing a sustainable company internally. Make sure you treat the employees second after the customer first, that feeling is essential (especially when facing work exhaustion). Take quicker actions when employees are complaining about the same issues and make transparent changes.

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