- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Intellinet full-time (less than an year)Pros
Work with absolute ROCK STARS of every facet of technology, from SharePoint to Exchange to Infrastructure to IT Management. Everyone in the company is great at what they do!!
Work with various industries and customers
The Leadership team is the strongest group that I have every worked for.
Motto is "Promises Kept" and everyone in the company adheres to it, whether it is working with each other, a client, or a vendor.
Work is challenging and rewarding
Ability to expand knowledge by working on new technologies, while maintaining knowledge of current or older technologies.
Encourage growth and leadership through training and mentoring.
Ability to work anywhereCons
Sometimes working remote can be challenging, but all in all you are never made to feel like you are alone on an island.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep doing what you are doing........RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Intellinet in September 2013.Interview Details
I was contacted directly by Intellinet's HR department to interview for a position performing consultant work in SharePoint. The initial phone interview with one of the individuals already working in SharePoint was both pleasant and informative. He asked intelligent questions that allowed me to demonstrate that I did know my way around the technology. Although I was wary of entering the consultant lifestyle, after this conversation I was open to learning more and moving forward with the process.
Next Intellinet had planned to do an in-person interview with me, but schedule conflicts instead made the next step a second phone interview from an employee in another state. This conversation seemed to go well enough at the time... He only asked me a little about my background and then spent the majority of the phone call talking about Intellinet. I was frankly surprised when he was wrapping things up, because I didn't really receive any real probing questions.
I thought that was just a little side note to the whole process, but later that day I received a message from their HR person informing me that they were passing on me because "there were a large number of questions missed". Questions missed? What questions?
Honestly, I wasn't particularly broken up about it. If they had sent me an offer I probably would have passed, but the conclusion to the situation was so baffling that I had to make note of it. I suppose you could say that maybe it was a personality issue, but if that was the case then just tell me that. Don't insult me by saying I had "questions missed".Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- I didn't think the questions were particularly difficult or unexpected. I suppose from my perspective I found the questions regarding SharePoint administration most challenging, as my experience is purely in the development side of SharePoint. Answer Question
Intellinet Corporation is an information technology consulting firm that specializes in Microsoft products. With offices in Georgia, North Carolina, and Texas, the company provides network and application development for companies throughout central and eastern US. Intellinet focuses on providing enterprise systems integration services in the areas of application development, business intelligence, data management, and infrastructure management. The company also offers a variety of software products, including applications for sharing corporate information over the Web...