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Headquarters Austin, TX
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

Over 5 million IT pros. 3,300 tech advertisers… all getting their jobs done in one place. What started in 2006 as “the free IT” revolution has turned into a way of life for many in the IT world. How? Spiceworks is the first place people go to share and find info on all-things-IT… so much so that some tech products are now even built in Spiceworks!

Mission: With 1 in 3 of the world’s IT pros, over 3,000 IT brands already in Spiceworks, and new tech products being born in Spiceworks each month… where do we go from here? We...More

Spiceworks – Why Work For Us?

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How we're keepin' IT spicy on the daily.

Spiceworks isn't your run-of-the-mill software company. We work hard, but we know how to have one heck of a good time while doing it! Besides bragging rights of being one of Austin's Top Work Places, there are quite a few bonuses of being a full-time Spiceworker. Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too?

Working at Spiceworks

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Employees are “Very Satisfied”   41 ratings


100% Approve of the CEO   29 ratings

Spiceworks Co-Founder & CEO Scott Abel

Scott Abel

Co-Founder & CEO

Spicy work and spicy life

  Former Test Engineer in Austin, TX

Pros: Very open and friendly company culture. People are very willing to help each other and all have real passions for technology. Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Austin, TX Jul 2014 Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interview Details – The interview process was very thorough. It consisted of 4 stages. 1 phone interview and 3 in person teemed with a mock sales pitch. Some might say this is cumbersome, but I actually found it to be a good thing. The interviews were very enlightening and VERY organized. Every person at Spiceworks…Full Interview

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The most nerve-racking part for me was the mock sales pitch, but if you are prepared and have a good strategy going in, you will be fine Answer Question

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Spiceworks Awards & Accolades

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Austin’s Best Places to Work, Austin Business Journal, 2013
Top Places to Work, The Austin American-Statesman, 2013
Best Places to Work, Austin Business Journal, 2014
Top Workplaces -- Small, The Austin American-Statesman, 2012
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