Pardot, a salesforce.com Company, is a B2B marketing automation software provider that increases revenue and maximizes efficiency for companies with multi-touch sales cycles. Pardot's lead management software features CRM integration, email marketing, lead nurturing, lead scoring, and ROI reporting to help marketing and sales teams work together to generate and qualify sales leads, shorten sales cycles, and demonstrate marketing accountability.
Pardot has set out to be a different software-as-a-service experience. Our goal is to empower the B2B marketer. We stand for easy-to-use solutions, freedom and flexibility, a personalized approach to support, and communication and collaboration. If we can transform a task that used to be cumbersome and IT-intensive into a simple, intuitive process, we've done our job. The entire Pardot team is dedicated to making your job easier, and helping you produce results you can stand behind.
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Pardot full-time (more than an year)Pros
Great management, real focus on office culture, amazing people to work with. We hire really selectively, and it definitely shows in the quality of the work we produce. Terrific work life balance, we work hard and we play hard.Cons
Can be really difficult with the Salesforce integration, Salesforce tends to be overly corporate and it's hard to get things accomplished when you work with their teams. Ideally, we'd have as little to do with Salesforce as possible.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at Pardot.Interview Details
I applied for the BDR position multiple times over the course of a year or so and was so elated to finally hear back from a hiring manager there. We scheduled a phone interview via email. The interview was pretty easy, she told me about the company and asked me a few questions. She told me that she would pass my information along. After a week or so of not hearing back from her, I sent her an email just to find out if the position had been filed, but received no reply. The bad thing about applying with Pardot is that once you apply, you can't apply again, but they keep your resume on file. I'm never really confident when a company keeps your resume on file instead of letting you apply again, to me it's like being at the bottom of the pile.
The BDR position opened up again, so I reached out to the same woman from before asking if I could be considered for the position, again, no reply. She was nice when I spoke to her, but it does get a bit frustrating when employees don't attempt to reach out to you, especially if it's gone as far as a phone interview. A simple straight and to the point email response would have sufficed.
Nonetheless, I still would love to work for Pardot, the experience wasn't that bad for it to change my opinion of the company, so I'm sure I will apply again in the future like I've been doing.Interview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
- No real difficult or unexpected questions. Answer Question
Founded in 2007 by David Cummings and Adam Blitzer, Pardot has gone from a bootstrapped startup to a leading B2B marketing automation provider and a part of salesforce.com. Located in Atlanta, Georgia, Pardot has a growing client base of more than 1,500 organizations ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to divisions of large enterprise organizations. Additional Pardot team members are scattered across the globe in San Francisco, Austin, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, London and Australia.
Pardot offers a software-as-a-service marketing automation application that...