Connecture

  www.connecture.com
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Headquarters Atlanta, GA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

What we do

Connecture is the largest end-to-end provider of advanced automated sales solutions for the growing health insurance marketplace. We rely on cutting-edge technology and highly motivated and skilled employees to deliver innovative and intuitive product solutions. Our products are used by top health insurance organizations, brokerages and state and federal...
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Mission: Bring It. Each person, every day – that’s all we ask. We’re looking for those willing to invest passion, skill and creativity in every project.

Working at Connecture

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Employees say it's “OK”   30 ratings

2.9

70% Approve of the CEO   10 ratings

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Doug Schneider

CEO

Great Place to Work!!!

  Current Employee in Brookfield, WI

Pros: Very generous PTO policy and flexible work schedule - great for balancing work/family life; great leadership - senior management is very approachable; opportunities for growth exist and are encouraged; location of company is great - close to… Full Review

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Senior Applications Developer

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$80,294
$71k
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Applications Developer

6 Connecture Salaries

$67,573
$50k
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Senior Business Analyst

5 Connecture Salaries

$84,730
$77k
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Atlanta, GA May 2013 – Reviewed Apr 18, 2014

Interview Details – Initial communications were done via e-mail, which then set up my first phone interview. After the phone interview with HR, I was set up for a second round of interviews. I had a second phone interview and then a physical meeting in the Atlanta office with three separate people.Full Interview

Interview Question:
The most difficult or unexpected question was surrounding why I had switched my schools so many times. My major had changed drastically and they were interested in why I made this change. Answer Question

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