Applied Predictive Technologies
Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) is the world’s largest purely cloud-based predictive analytics software company. APT’s software solutions are revolutionizing the way leading companies harness their Big Data to accurately measure the profit impact of pricing, marketing, merchandising, operations, and capital initiatives, tailoring investments in these areas to maximize ROI. APT’s client portfolio includes Walmart, Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Victoria’s Secret, Target, Boots, ASDA, Shell and many others. APT was founded in 1999. Accel-KKR and Goldman...
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APT’s products employ patented algorithms and workflow to design and interpret business experiments that evaluate, target, and refine proposed business programs. Many of the world's largest and most successful organizations license APT's cloud-based software.
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Employees are “Very Satisfied” 63 ratings
95% of the CEO 47 ratings
Current Business Consultant in Arlington, VA
Pros: APT treats its employees very well. It is obvious that the management cares about its employees and makes an effort to keep them happy. Everyone at the company is very bright and the work and atmosphere are both very stimulating. – Full Review
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Database Analyst at Applied Predictive Technologies (student candidate)
No Offer – Interviewed in College Station, TX Feb 2014 – Reviewed 6 weeks ago
Interview Details – The person who took my interview was very rude. It was probably a stress test.
But he also chose not to answer my questions at the end of the interview. He simply replied by saying "I don't know", smiling sarcastically. This was for about 3 questions that I had.
About 10 people who were… – Full Interview
If you have one computer that has to check if "the connection" in another computer is not working, what do you do ? And if you have 50 such computers that have to check each and every other computer… – View Answer