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I have been working at OpenTech Alliance full-time (More than a year)
This is a great company to work for, the pay is great and the people are friendly. Coming up on two years with the company and I will say I honestly wasn't looking to stay this long but it's been such a wonderful experience and I'm still here This is the only company I know that will work with your school schedule or your hectic home life. It is kind of hard to advance in the company but I think that if you continue to try and keep a positive attitude it will get you farther then complaining about not being able to advance.
The bathrooms aren't in the same building, so you have to walk outside to go use restrooms that are shared by other companies within the complex. It's a little frustrating when all the stalls are full and it's annoying that it counts against your utilization time.
Advice to Management
The only advice that I have is to pay closer attention to how your employees feel. You're not going to be able to make everyone happy, but paying closer attention to how we feel during the busy season is important. Also taking our breaks away when we have a call spike is really frustrating, especially when it's been four hours of back to back calls and we need to use the restroom but we get told to hold it. I wouldn't do that much more.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at OpenTech Alliance (Phoenix, AZ) in April 2015.
The interview process, was very relaxed and comfortable! Great questions from the interviewer and very personable and friendly! Was very impressed with the staff and how extremely friendly everyone is.
- What is your strength(s) that you feel would be a great asset to the company? 1 Answer
Loved it! Wasn't high pressured or uncomfortable.
From garage startup to global self-storage solutions provider. OpenTech was started by Robert Chiti in 2003 in his garage, where he purchased a patent for a self-service system that rented self-storage units and processed customer payments. It was just a piece of paper—no software, no hardware, no service offering. With limited funding—but a sound technology and service ...
Mission: OpenTech’s culture is based on a very simple principle, “Doing It Right”. We make tough decisions promptly and communicate openly and honestly. We do make mistakes, but it is the way we recover from our mistakes that makes us a great company. You will find we are passionate about what we do and believe in working as a team to do what individually would not be possible.