- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Quintiq full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Culture - open communications, fairness across all regions / levels / jobs
Good compensation model: good salary, overtime pay for all, profit sharing
Solid product - recognized as a leading product by GartnerCons
Fast growing means many immature processes (e.g. Groupwise e-mail, not Outlook)
Projects are challenging and can be taxing for delivery team (resulting in long hours)Advice to ManagementAdvice
Higher more people, faster
Implement leadership programs to help new managers as a result of the fast growthRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Quintiq in March 2015.Interview Details
Impersonal jobvite system emails with no phone calls and signed by 3 people at once. Did not explain there are two instances of the same address in all GPS systems. Apparently this "happens all the time" but no one has addressed it on web site or in interviewee confirmation. No receptionist at desk, building was wide open to walk in. Not secure, surprised they haven't had thefts of employee belongings. Extremely quiet group, sea of desks about 40% full, but it was early. I walked around and found receptionist, who was not well spoken or professional. Evidently they have had bad inside sales, fired them and outsourced, that didn't work either. Now trying to start inside sales internally again. Marketing does not understand what Sales does and I don't think understands what the product is or who they sell to. Any company that thinks spamming people out of "marketing automation" tools will work is going to have these same issues over and over. Weirdest part by far was when the marketing person and Dutch person in charge of inside sales went just outside the conference interview room door and spoke in giggling, gossping hushed voices for five straight minutes IMPORTANT: company was bought last summer by French conglomerate Dassault. So expect dysfunction and malaise for years until they pull the plug. I'm extremely disappointed I wasted my time with this company. Read the negative reviews too, it's fairly clear the most recent ones are ones HR drummed up wanting to improve their ratings.No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
Quintiq is an international company with a vision to solve every planning puzzle with a single software platform. Since its founding in 1997, Quintiq has grown to industry leadership in supply chain planning and optimization. Today, our software is in use by Fortune 100 companies in over 90 countries across the globe.
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Mission: We solve the world's planning puzzles.
Our vision is to transform the world’s supply chains. With more than 700 employees in 16 offices around the world, Quintiq is...