Imagine having the power to bring data to life. To take information and turn it into solutions that advance industries, power companies, and improve the lives of millions of consumers around the world. That’s the challenge we take on at Experian in North America. Our team members excel at making businesses and communities stronger through the power of insight. Are you ready to inspire new ways of thinking—and achieve new levels of career success? Find out more about what makes us tick, and bring the best of who you are to Experian.
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Our Organization: Past. Present. Future.
To understand our history, you have to look past the organization known today as Experian. Back to when our parent companies gained traction in lines of business that would take decades, and in some cases a century, to cross. As is the case with many documented bloodlines, it is sometimes the most unlikely of pairings that combine to produce a great champion.
“Experian is a remarkable success story about a business built on innovation, global enterprise, and, above all, the endeavors and hard work of some amazing people.”
– Sir John Peace
Likewise, the story of Experian can be traced back as far as 1900, across three continents, to three primary organizations. Over the subsequent century, a series of events, mergers, splits, and reorganizations would uniquely position the combination of Europe’s leading information services company, CCN; the largest credit bureau in the U.S., TRW; and Brazil’s first credit agency, Serasa to form Experian—the world’s leading information services company.
That was 1996. Today, Experian provides data and analytical tools to clients around the world and across almost every major industry, from telecommunications and healthcare to government and automotive. Though our past is diverse, an analysis of our history shows some pervasive consistencies:
We are risk-takers, repeatedly taking big bets on new markets and groundbreaking technology to move our business forward.
We are fierce, and often relentless, in our determination to see things through.
We question everything—from the smallest service detail to an entire business model—always with a willingness to break the mold.
These themes are woven throughout our past and will continue to define our efforts long into the future.
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Declined Offer – Reviewed 6 weeks ago
Interview Details – Be expected to enter a time warp where their idea of "swift" is a process of about 6 months. That alone told me what I needed to know.
The process seemed very choppy and lacked alignment. – Full Interview
There were literally no good questions once I got to the higher levels....seriously.
The mid level leaders were sharper and were better at interviewing.
I was asked, "who does a long term… – Answer Question