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Headquarters Ottawa, Canada
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Intuit, Nimsoft, Axeda

N-able Technologies enables customers with management software for managed services and IT governance. The company's software manages IT networks and systems regarding performance, availability, and multiple-customer management. N-able also has commercial agreements with Ingram Micro, a wholesale distributor of computer products in the US, and Swan Distribution, a software vendor in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. The company has offices in Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, and the UK, but the US accounts for most of the company's business. Mark Scott and CEO Gavin... More

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N-able President, CEO, and Director Gavin Garbutt

Gavin Garbutt

President, CEO, and Director

Great place to make a name for yourself

  Former Employee in Ottawa, ON (Canada)

Pros: Great Team, Interesting Space, Growth Opportunity Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in Kanata, ON (Canada) – Reviewed Jan 7, 2014

Interview Details – Their HR department contacted me and did a quick meet and greet style interview over the phone. We then setup the first and final interview.

The full interview was pretty standard. The person interviewing me seemed pretty nice and knowledgeable.

At one point I had to draw a database schema on…
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Interview Question:
"If you were to build a new home, what are some of the questions you would ask?"

I thought this was a bizarre question, especially since this was for a web developer role. So I began answering it…
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