Revenue Analytics Reviews

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    I worked at Revenue Analytics full-time


    If you want to learn, this the place to do it. The people when I worked there were top notch, extremely smart, and (mostly) pretty cool/humorous. My skill level increased exponentially, and my talents were rewarded decently well, monetarily speaking. Their benefits package is pretty excellent in terms of 401k and healthcare.


    You work like a dog. Unlike most consulting firms, when I was there, there was no "beach" or "on the pine" time. It was straight from one project to another, with no downtime in between. The upper management are all workaholics and don't understand why people want to take vacations, so I think the burnout rate there may be higher than other firms. And, while most clients were nice enough, a few came straight out of the fiery pits of hell, and management didn't do a whole lot to ease the pressure on the project team. Also, I'm not sure pay was great by industry standards. They had project bonuses, but those were awarded based on no formal metrics. They also had a Workhorse Award, which was to alleviate the pain felt by the person who worked the most billable hours in the office (but they usually didn't have time to enjoy the gift card that came with it). The culture to me was heavily focused on money (and to some extent, elitism) as well.

    Advice to Management

    Let your people take some time off and get some sleep.

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    I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Revenue Analytics.


    First round was one on one phone interview lasted approximately 30 minutes. Three or four behavioral questions about my background and analytical experience; asked why I wanted to work for company specifically; one fairly simple market sizing question

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Top 10 Workplaces Award , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2014
Top 10 Workplaces , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2013
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Additional Info

Headquarters Atlanta, GA
Size 51 to 200 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors PROS, SAS Institute, Deloitte

Revenue Analytics is a Pricing and Revenue Management consulting firm, and is the thought leader in Revenue Management, combining strategic consulting, sophisticated analytics, and technology innovations to provide breakthrough Pricing and Revenue Management Solutions. The firm transforms insights into actionable Pricing and Revenue Management strategies, delivering ... More

Mission: To be the undisputed leader in Revenue Management, collaborating with our clients to deliver innovative solutions to complex problems, creating value and enriching lives.

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