Digital business: powered by data and delivered by APIs
Apigee provides the API and predictive big data analytics technology and know-how that power the most successful digital businesses. With Apigee, enterprises take the pressure off of IT, launch API programs faster, onboard partners and developers at lower cost, and participate fully in a digital ecosystem. We help customers realize the full potential from the massive amount of today's business data and create predictive models that power development of adaptive apps and APIs.
Apigee customers: leaders in digital business worldwide
Apigee's customers are driving the digital economy—unlocking the power of data to create new revenue streams, building powerful omnichannel business models, and saving hundreds of millions of dollars in operating costs. Today, many of the world’s largest and most respected organizations have selected Apigee to enable their digital business, including:
- 20% of the Fortune 100
- 25% of the world's most admired companies
- 50% of the top 10 most valuable North American retail brands
- Six of the top 10 telecom companies in the world
The company we’ve always wanted to work for.
We’re building the company we’ve always wanted to work for—one that is developing the technology shaping a new industry; a company that has brought together some of the biggest thinkers and brightest minds from all over the world; a company with amazing perks, but it’s the collective intellect, everyday challenge, atmosphere of mutual respect, and the opportunity to be part of something big that makes us excited about coming to work everyday.
We’re hiring. Come check us out.
|100% company-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for you and your family at zero cost to you for covered services. |
|Catered lunches daily and two fully stocked micro-kitchens with healthy drinks and snacks. |
|Through our open time-off plan, you have the freedom and responsibilty to manage your schedule including vacations, sick days, and holidays.|
Working at Apigee
At Apigee, we build technology that is fueling a digital revolution. We’ve brought together some of the most accomplished people and brightest minds from places like Amazon, eBay, Google, BEA, IBM, Yahoo!, Microsoft, and to help shape a new data-driven mobile world -- one API at a time. Apigee was ranked the 34th fastest growing company in North America in 2013, and we are only accelerating.
Apigee has helped digital business leaders and thousands of developers extend their business and innovate using APIs and big data. We power apps for fuel bands, connected cars, high-end fashion, your go-to soft drink and your next Walgreens prescription.
Today, 20% of the Fortune 100 and 25% of the world’s most admired companies are powered by Apigee. We help 70% of the world’s 10 most valuable telecom brands and 50% of the top 10 most valuable North American retail brands connect with their customers on apps across millions of mobile devices. And we’re just getting started.
We’re growing fast and looking for talented, passionate people to join us as we work hard, solve hard problems – and have some fun.
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Key player in a fast growing market. Gone public, but still in startup energy mode... relatively small teams work on fast moving projects, without too many hierarchical boundaries. Free lunches, fancy cappuccino, snacks, and massages.
Stock price could do better. Need more education for the troops on market pressures / competitive analysis. Free lunch - it can make you fatter than you need to be.
Advice to Management
Focus INTENSELY on the losses in the field.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Apigee (San Jose, CA).
The process was a mess from the very beginning. Phone screen: My initial phone screen with the recruiter was not informative at all. Most phone screens, I'm asked to tell a bit about myself and asked a few screening questions (i.e. specific experience, salary range expectations) but she did not even ask me anything. And usually they try to sell you the company and get you excited about possibly working there but she did not. I basically gave her my elevator speech and that was it. I hung up from that call pretty confused. I followed up via email twice after that call and got no response, so I just assumed it was a no. Over two weeks later, this same recruiter finally emails me back --she had been out on vacation. The hiring manager wants to have a phone interview with me and she has another recruiter schedule for me. I have this call within a few days of this correspondence. Scheduling: Soon after the phone interview, I'm told they want me to come in for an onsite interview. I give them my availability and don't hear anything for a few days. It's not until I follow up with them of my updated availability that they get back to me. The recruiter sends me a timeslot(1:45pm) & list of interviewer names, then a few hours later sends me a different timeslot(2:30pm) & updated list of interviewer names. I email back to the most recent correspondence and confirm for 2:30pm. On the way to the interview, I turn off all interruptions on my phone. I get there pretty early, so I just do a little more prep sitting in my car. When it was about time to go into the building, I decide to check my phone and noticed TWO missed calls and voicemails. I listen to both voicemails, and its both of the recruiters calling me wondering where I am because it's now almost 2pm and I'm scheduled for a 1:30 interview. I even take a second to review the emails and neither of them had 1:30 --it was originally 1:45, then 2:30 and i confirmed 2:30 specifically. So I call back one of the recruiters and said we confirmed for 2:30. She realized she was very wrong and apologized for herself and the other recruiter. Interviews: The Office Manager greets me and checks me in. She asks me who I will be speaking to first, and I was not sure because I had not received a schedule so I just asked for the recruiter I had just spoken to on the phone. The recruiter i talked to on the phone soon comes and situates me in a meeting room. She does not provide an interview schedule or anything. I'm supposed to meet with 4 different people, over 3 hours and traditionally the recruiter provides a schedule of interviewers w/titles via email or at least the day of. I did not receive one. On her emails, she provided names but no titles and no schedule. I only knew who these people were because I did my own research myself as I was preparing for the interview. The first interview I had went pretty well. We had a good conversation and it went 45 minutes. He was very informative and provided good insight on what the company does, what he does and what is needed in the role. The second interview was awkward. It seemed as if this guy was not prepared to have an interview that day and had not reviewed my resume or the role. I told him of my experience and all that and he didn't really ask any questions relevant to what I had said. He asked me very basic questions such as what school i went to and what was my favorite class in school. I was not interviewing as an intern nor am I straight out of college, so this was far from what I would expect to be asked. He then asked me how I would sell their products/services to him. I was not interviewing for a sales position nor did I speak of any sales experience, so this also was not expected especially for such a technical product. I did as best as I could and made up a short pitch. Then as I looked down at notes for possible questions I wanted to ask him, he got up and left. That all lasted about 15 minutes. I waited for a good amount of time for someone else to come in. And I assumed since that 2nd interview was so short, the next person wasn't available yet. After about 10 minutes the recruiter comes in and lets me have a short bathroom break. I take a break and go back into the meeting room and wait another 10-15 minutes. The recruiter comes back in and regrettably tells me that the next two interviewers were pulled into an emergency meeting with the CEO and will not be able to make it. They tell me they will be in touch with me to reschedule with the remaining interviewers. It is now a week later and have not heard anything.
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Making every business a digital business: Powered by data and delivered by APIs Apigee provides the API and big data predictive analytics technology and know-how that power the most successful digital businesses. With Apigee’s integrated platform for digital transformation, enterprises take the pressure off of IT, launch API programs faster, onboard partners and developers ...
Mission: We are an incredibly diverse but like-minded group of people. Picture the dynamics of a big family with a collegial atmosphere, and then throw in wickedly smart, quirky people and you’ll have an idea what to expect around the Apigee offices. We work really hard, are passionate about our customers and what they achieve with Apigee technology, but also remember to have the time of our lives. For a taste of what it’s like to work at Apigee: http://youtu.be/44nP5dBCraY