Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Trivantis full-time (Less than a year)
Proximity to Downtown, benefits were okay, and the people who worked there while I was there, that were non-management, were cool people. They were all helpful and fun loving people.
Management can and will take advantage of you. They will try to offer you as little as possible. They will often hire new sales people before support staff.
Advice to Management
Supportive staff is important
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Trivantis.
I had a single phone call interview. We mostly discussed my past experience and the position I was applying for. Everything went extremely well. We discussed my salary requirement, the interviewer said they could top that and that I should expect an offer in two days. After one day I sent a follow up email with my understanding that the offer would come in one day and that I would like to drive up to Cincinnati and meet people in person. Friday came and went without a phone call or email. I waited a few days called, and left a voice mail with the interviewer. Then I waited a week and texted the interviewer at the phone number where the interview was conducted. I did get a response telling me that the individual was busy and would call later. No call ever came. I waited one more week and texted that I felt they were no longer interested in me, could they please explain why? I never got an answer. I'm glad that I didn't do anything stupid with my current job.
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Trivantis knows that creating good content is no trivial matter. The company provides publishing software used to support the development, distribution, and management of multimedia content. The firm's flagship product is its Lectora software, which organizes subject matter to create courses and presentations delivered across an organization. Universities, government agencies, and corporations use its products. Trivantis also offers custom content creation services as well as consulting, support, and training offerings. In 2011 it acquired Flash-based content creation ...