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Telenav has been pioneering location-based technologies for more than a decade. We were the first company to launch GPS navigation on mobile phones in North America. We continue to deliver products that improve the everyday lives of millions of people around the world through premium location-based products and services for consumers, advertisers, automotive manufacturers, wireless carriers and for enterprise. Now the boundaries and capabilities of mobile technologies are expanding exponentially—and we’re well positioned to reach new customers and serve more people in more places, more often.
Our products are available in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Latin America through wireless carriers, automobile manufacturers, advertisers and advertising agencies, and app developers, including AT&T, Bell Mobility, Boost Mobile, Ford, NII Holdings, QNX Software Systems, Rogers, Sprint, Telcel, T-Mobile U.S., U.S. Cellular, and Vivo Brazil. You can also find us in mobile app stores (Apple App Store, Google Play, and Windows Phone Marketplace), connected cars, and on the web at www.telenav.com and www.scout.me/app.
Why work at Telenav? Because we take good care of each other. We work hard to build our culture. We are a diverse, passionate group, focused on building a world-class business that is growing exponentially. Because we are trying to do something huge, we believe in working smarter, faster, and harder than anyone else. We do it together, celebrating accomplishments along the way and giving recognition where it’s due. When you join Telenav, you join a team devoted to helping, supporting, and encouraging each other.
Our vision is to become the global leader in transforming life on the go!
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good pay, benefits, 401k and good management now
traffic, no bonus, difficult to move up
Advice to Management
be open and let everyone do what they want to do
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Interview process was well planned with no surprises. First was a phone screen by Hiring Manager, focussing on behavioral questions. This was followed by a 5 hour onsite interview. The onsite interview had a technical round involving coding/data structures, followed by questions on the projects.
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Telenav can make an overachiever of your mobile phone. The company offers a platform and suite of applications that enables wireless navigation and tracking services delivered to mobile phone users primarily in the US. Telenav's customers include wireless carriers and telematics service providers; Sprint Nextel and AT&T are the company's biggest clients by a large margin...
Mission: Help make people’s lives less stressful, more productive and more fun when they are on the go.