Dealer.com – Why Work For Us?

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For the last 15 years, Dealer.com has been driving the digital future of the automotive retail industry—and having a blast while doing it. Guided by a belief in collaborative innovation, we’ve merged with Dealertrack Technologies and, as one connected solution, have grown into a leader in every category of auto retailing. Despite our growth, we stay true to our relentlessly agile and adaptable roots. The result is an award-winning culture in which everyone is approachable, ideas are judged on their merits, and healthy, empowered people drive transformative technology and exceptional service.

At Dealer.com we’re always looking for great talent, and as a Dealertrack Technologies solution we encourage candidates to apply and search for opportunities through our combined career portal. If you’re an exceptional technologist, are passionate about customer service, or want to help transform the automotive industry through digital innovation, we’d love to hear from you. Please check out our Dealertrack company page for more details and career opprtunities nation wide.





Dealer.com Reviews

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Burlington, VT
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Burlington, VT

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    Pros

    It only takes one walk through the building to know this place is special. From our life program (massages, gym, personal trainers, nearly a full day schedule of fitness classes tennis court, outdoors beach tennis court, multiple eating options) to our laid back culture, the energy in this company is infectious. Pay is good for Vermont (perhaps not compared to CA tech jobs...but the cost of living, while annoyingly high, is fractions of what its costs to live in California or other big tech hubs), benefits are decent. Lots of room for growth.

    Cons

    Some people just don't fit into the culture. If you aren't a fast learner this isn't the place for you. Things move super fast (technology wise) and organization wise, capable people are valued far higher than good process. If you aren't an adaptable fast learner this isn't the place for you. Theres enough people who go above and beyond that people who merely do their jobs well aren't noticed, so if your looking for a punch in/punch out 9-5, this probably isn't the place for you. Benefit-wise, health coverage slipped in quality after the DealerTrack acquisition, still unknown what the Cox Automotive acquisition will bring (rumors are its better there). Finally, a lot of the original employee group got really rich in the aquisitions are already out or on their way out the door to live in posh retirement (still being in their late 30's early 40's), so this might be a con in that some of the original leadership is gone (or a plus in that theres room for growth)

    Advice to Management

    Always remember what made us successful (people and culture), don't let the bigger corporation change that (thankfully hasn't seemed to happen yet) Reexamine medical coverage, we all took a big cut going to DT that came out of our pockets (basically we all got hidden pay cuts) Fire people faster.


Dealer.com Interviews

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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Dealer.com.

    Interview

    The first contact was through email with a recruiter. This was followed up with a phone interview, which was pretty basic and went over general background information. I was then contacted by another recruiter to set up a second phone interview with the department manager. This second phone interview was much harder and more technical.

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Dealer.com Awards & Accolades

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Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies , Inc. Magazine, 2013
Dealers' Choice Diamond Award , Auto Dealer Monthly, 2013
Gold Standard Award for Worksite Wellness , Vermont Governor's Council on Physical Fitness, 2012
Deloitte Technology Fast 500 , Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, 2011
America’s Best Places to Work , Outside Magazine, 2011
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Additional Info

Website www.dealer.com
Headquarters Burlington, VT
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1998
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Dealer.com, a Dealertrack Technologies Solution (NASDAQ: TRAK), provides an integrated platform of Inventory, Advertising, Website and CRM products which allow OEMs, dealer groups, retailers and agencies to leverage advanced digital technology and data to better engage and connect with their customers. For more information and to write a review please go to the Dealertrack ... More

Mission: Collaborate to develop innovative workflow solutions that drive efficiency and profitability for our clients.

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