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Kaltura Chairman and CEO Ron Yekutiel
Ron Yekutiel
17 Ratings
  • Growing company, lots of potential.

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Kaltura full-time

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    Positive Outlook
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    Pros

    fair compensation, lots of travel, large opportunity in the space, massive scale. Opportunities to work with large international clients on large complex projects.

    Cons

    long working hours, cultural differences across the organization, tech center is out of Israel, there can be challenges in scheduling meetings.

    Advice to Management

    Promote more direct project responsibility, maybe less middle layers, don't lose the startup spirit, that is in risk with company growth. Grow to handle demand to avoid stretching some people too thin.

Kaltura Interviews

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    Vice President, Global Human Resources Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Kaltura (New York, NY) in February 2015.

    Interview

    This interview process started on November 18th and just came to a close yesterday February 9th. The company had a very difficult time defining this role. The first interview was via telephone with the company HR liaison and an outside leadership and development coach, . After the telephone conversation I was asked to come in and meet with the HR liaison for 30 minutes so she could meet me face to face before meeting the CFO and CEO.
    After the 30 minute interview more than a month went by and I was asked to come back in for another 30 minutes and this time their leadership and development coach was present. I had asked why the lapse in time and they told me "we were really trying to clearly define the role" Once this 3rd meeting concluded, I was told to expect a call to set aside a time to meet with the CEO the following week while he was in town. Two weeks went by and an interview was arranged by the liaison to meet with the CEO during their "sales summit". A couple of days prior to the interview with the CEO I received this email from their leadership and development coach

    CEO is looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at 11am. Please call Allison if you have any trouble getting in.

    Just as a heads-up before meeting with the CEO, I think he is clear that he wants someone with a tech / start-up background in this role so whatever you can do to highlight your experiences that are relevant to the “scrappiness” and entrepreneurial feel of a start-up would be very beneficial.

    Good luck!

    I showed up for my interview with the CEO, and from the very start it was evident that he was in a hurry not at all engaged in the discussion... he was on his phone texting or answering emails and it was very distracting. He was not at all welcoming in any way. I felt as if I had taken him away from something very pressing and that this interview was simply a formality. It was extremely uncomfortable and he was extremely unprofessional. Hiring the right HR person is paramount for any organization and this interview is a clear indication on why they still don't have the person and how they most likely will not hire the right person. When the interview concluded he stood up and walked away, he did not shake my hand or assist me on how to exit the building.
    A week later, I received the email below.

    After meeting with our few favorite candidates last week, the CEO has decided to go in a different direction (he really enjoyed meeting with you, by the way!). It seems he is looking for even more international and "scrappy" start-up / tech experience. If I get any more detailed feedback, I'm happy to pass that along.

    I want to thank you for going through this process with us and for your time and energy (and patience!). I wish you all the very best as you discover your next role - whichever company that ends up being will be lucky to have you!

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Kaltura Awards & Accolades

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Kaltura Recognized as a Leader in Two Q1 2013 Forrester Wave Reports: Online Video Platforms, Enterprise Video Platforms, Forrester, 2013
Kaltura Wins Coveted TechCrunch40 People’s Choice Award with the Unveiling of its Online Group-Video-Making Platform, TechCrunch, 2007
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Website corp.kaltura.com/
Headquarters New York, NY
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Kaltura provides the world's first and only Open Source Online Video Platform. Our platform includes industry leading media management applications as well as a framework for developing custom applications. That basically means that Kaltura provides you with flexible video solutions to cover all of your needs both now and in the future.

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