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    Current Employee - Connectivity Consultant in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Connectivity Consultant in Chicago, IL
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    I have been working at Eze Software full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Good Entry-Level Positions Solid Benefits Great Industry Position

    Cons

    Long Hours Depending on Role


Eze Software Interviews

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    Associate Quality Assurance Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Eze Software (Boston, MA) in August 2015.

    Interview

    Scheduled a phone interview after several emails with HR. Was contacted by two different HR members, but only communicated with one. Phone interview with HR was scheduled for 30 minutes, but the call only lasted ~20 minutes, as I spent a lot of time elaborating on answers (otherwise would have been 10 minutes long). Did not get great answers to my questions, however. Was contacted next day by a different HR member to schedule an in-person interview at their Boston office. When I arrived, I was given a brief tour of the office by said HR member and was escorted to the interview room which was slightly uncleared out. I met with 2 members (one at a time), one from QA management and other other from Software Development management. I talked to the first interviewer for ~45 minutes, and he mostly asked about my schooling and interests, as well as a few of my projects. Asked one logic puzzle and then answered my questions very well. Was a nice dialog and he was generally engaging. Second interviewer lasted probably around the same amount of time (45 minutes) and he began by giving me a longer description of the role and the transitions the company was making etc. Asked similar questions to the first interviewer about background and projects, then had me draw an OOP diagram for an elevator with some other associated questions. Again, generally nice interviewer and answered my questions well. He left with some hesitation about if there would be another interviewer or not, and after checking, escorted me out of the office and told me they would probably contact me in a day or two. Was contacted with a generic email 4 days later informing me that I was not being considered for the role. Looking back, although it was a generally positive experience, the fact that I only had two interviewers, compared to the three that many others had, was an indication that I immediately did not receive an offer. I struggled a bit on the logic puzzle, but otherwise, I felt that the interview went fairly well. I was at the office for about 2 hours.

    Interview Questions

    • 3 people sit around a table blindfolded. There is a box with 3 white hats and 2 green hats in it. Each person takes a hat and puts it on their head, then the remaining hats are removed from the room. The first person removes his blindfold, looks at the others, and tries to guess the color of his hat. He says he does not know. The second person, does the same, and similarly does not know. You immediately know what color your hat is without removing your blindfold. What color is it and how do you know? Assume no player lies and all are logical.   Answer Question
    • Draw an OOP diagram for an elevator using UML.   Answer Question
    • How would you track statistics for the elevator in the table (SQL is fine)? What might the table look like? How do we keep track of how many times the elevator goes from bottom floor to top? How do we keep track of what floors are the most visited?   Answer Question

Eze Software Awards & Accolades

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Best Places to Work (Mid-Size Companies) , Boston Business Journal, 2013
Best Places to Work in Boston , Boston Business Journal, 2014
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Additional Info

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Website www.ezesoft.com
Headquarters Boston, MA
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Eze Software Group is a premier provider of global investment technology offering 3 industry-leading products that support the front, middle, and back office: the Eze OMS™, RealTick EMS™, and Tradar PMS™. Eze Software serves more than 1,500 buy- and sell-side institutions in 30 countries across North and South America, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. Its clients include broker-dealers, endowments, family offices, hedge funds, institutional asset managers, mutual funds, pension funds, and professional individual investors. Eze Software employs more than 800 people worldwide. It is ... More

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