Demandware first introduced its innovative, enterprise-class cloud commerce platform in 2004 and continues to set the standard for omni-channel commerce solutions. Today, we power more than 200 retail brands across more than 800 sites around the globe.
Our unique business model encourages partnership and shared success. In other words, if our clients don’t succeed, we don’t succeed. By providing highly scalable, secure, cloud commerce technology, we enable retailers to focus on running and growing their business, not managing software. Ultimately, our mandate is to deliver a level of innovation and user empowerment unmatched by any other provider in the industry.
The core of our solution is a flexible digital commerce platform that minimizes the complexities and costs of running extensive global commerce operations and enables retailers to respond with speed and agility to new market opportunities and unforeseen consumer expectations. Simultaneously we support their operations with the back-end infrastructure and reliability of a world-class operating environment, so they can run and scale their businesses with confidence.
The new reality of retail involves constant and unpredictable change. The ubiquity of internet access, across a myriad of devices, is forever altering how consumers interact with retailers, ensuring that retail tomorrow will be different than today. Demandware delivers the speed, agility, innovation and superior economics needed to master the new retail reality.
Everyday excitement. We move fast.We move fast. We grow fast. And we have a great time doing it.
Demandware brings together some of the brightest minds on the planet from a wide range of backgrounds. Here you’ll find the exciting mentality of a startup backed by the stability of an established, growing company. It’s a challenging, open, diverse, and friendly culture that encourages creative thinking from everyone—from product development to company operations to sales and marketing.
It’s simple: We enjoy a good time and each other’s company, and its obvious by all the fun things we do at Demandware. We have hackathon events, amazing summer outings, monthly theme parties and regularly hangout together at our on-site pub.
We’re also a fitness-minded community, and that means you can expect on-site weekly yoga sessions, company-wide fitness challenges, and employee-organized teams that take part in local charity road races.
I love the fun events that are organized year round, giving us the opportunity to get to know the others in the company in a casual setting.”Vinod
We expect a lot from our employees and in turn, they expect a lot from us. So we deliver. You’ll get all the stuff you expect from a top-notch company: medical, dental, vision, 401(k), disability coverage, company-paid group life and accident insurance, flexible spending and health savings accounts, travel assistance, a sabbatical program (four weeks after seven years of employment), ESPP and more!
But we don’t stop there. Demandware is a firm believer in work-life balance, and we demonstrate it through our flexible work hours and fantastic benefits. We offer a wellness program supported by an onsite health club at our Burlington headquarters, gym reimbursement, an Employee Assistance Program, and 20 days of paid time-off per year, plus 12 paid holidays in the United States. You even get your birthday off!
Speak your mind.
Another key facet of our culture—and our success—is the importance we place on communication. All employees across the globe are invited to pose questions directly to our executive team during regular town hall meetings. Raise your hand or submit a question in advance—no topic is considered off-limits.
We also encourage open dialogue across peers, management, and executive leadership. Doors are always open for discussion, to address issues, to present new ideas, or simply to ask a question. Knowledge sharing is also encouraged on our online company workspace, a global vehicle for the exchange of ideas and information.
Get recognized for your efforts.
With great responsibility comes great reward. We believe that going above and beyond deserves to be called out. To that end, we have a peer-to-peer recognition program so employees can thank each other for their hard work with a gift certificate to local restaurants. We also sponsor the Innovation Award for cutting-edge ideas that move the company forward, as well as the Power of Teamwork Award for joint efforts that embody a shared approach to success.
Be Bold. Be Innovative. Be Demandware.Join us as we revolutionalize the world of digital commerce - and have fun doing it.
Fast Paced. Energetic. Collaborative. Fun. If these words describe the workplace you’re looking for, Demandware is where you belong. At Demandware our customer’s success comes first.
Demandware is the global leader in cloud based digital commerce solutions for retailers. With our technology, retailers can deliver a seamless, consistently-branded shopping experience across web, mobile, tablet, and store, anywhere in the world.
The people who build our products, grow our business, and manage Demandware’s day-to-day operations, are individuals who are at the top of their game. This place is filled with some of the best technologists, developers, strategists, and marketers around.
Our customers love us. So will you.
Demandware clients recognize us for our deep technical expertise, our world-class solutions, our best-in-class services, and the results we deliver. How do we do it? We’re a truly global team that is driven to excel. Challenge the status quo. And help our clients succeed well beyond their expectations.
Yet it’s not all work, all the time around here. Having fun is a big part of Demandware’s culture. So is maintaining a true work-life balance and having time for outside interests. Our employees work hard, and we work hard to keep them happy.
Join us and see how great work can be.
If you want to be a part of a team that is smart, inventive, motivated, and fun, then join us on our adventure. Unleash your talent at Demandware and see what happens.
Learn more about our culture. Discover why engineers, developers, and techie-types thrive at Demandware.
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I have been working at Demandware full-time (more than a year)Pros
Great product, strong customer focus, new business opportunities, awesome culture and perks (client discounts, etc.). It's great to be part of a successful organization and it's never boring here.Cons
Some growing pains that go along with a company growing so fast, we've gone from 500 to almost 1000 employees in a little over a year, so some "small company" processes need to be updatedAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Employees are well taken care of and benefits are great, don't start changing this because the company is now bigger. Look for more ways to capitalize on the strength of current employees, not just newer people.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Demandware.Interview Details
The recruiter contacted me within a week and 3 interview were set up within 2 weeks. Each interview was 30 minutes. In my professional experience you go through a 30 minute phone screen and then interview with other people for at least an hour. Due to the fact the interviews were back to back I don't feel like I had enough time to really discuss the position. It was clear from the start the hiring manager was the total opposite from me and would not have been a good match. The hiring manager's manager was even worse and I didn't feel as if he was paying attention. I find it useless when someone asks me to go through my resume. They have it in front of them so I think it's time better spent to ask relevant questions, although I did highlight what I thought would be important. Overall, I was not impressed with the interviewers.
The recruiter seemed more interested in selling me the benefits about the company rather than the job.
I had to follow up weekly to find out the status. I was finally told they had chosen another candidate. That was fine because I wasn't impressed and their bonus structure seemed a little shady.
I didn't feel like they were able to articulate a clear vision of the company or a good understanding of the position. That could perhaps be because they weren't really sure.
The hiring manager was new to a leadership role which at this point in my career concerned me.Interview Questions
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Demandware serves customers who demand a simplified way to facilitate e-commerce. The company's Demandware Commerce platform is an on-demand software-as-a-service (SaaS) that connects users to up-to-date tools for designing and maintaining websites, mobile apps, and other digital shopping avenues. It uses data centers to monitor customers' websites worldwide. Major customers include retailers Barneys New York, Crocs, Jones Group, and Columbia Sportswear. Demandware receives a share of the revenue its customers generate using the SaSS; it also collects subscription fees for...