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I worked at Webtrends full-time (more than 5 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Very mature company with lineage of being private, going public, being acquired and being spun-out. This has created a very dynamic and resilient company.
Webtrends is in a commoditzed space. Th ebattle was fought and won 2004-2010 by Omniture and Google Analytics. Webtrends is still a viable solution but you always wonder why they have never been acquired.
Advice to Management
Sell or spin out on premise product to compete with splunk
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
All in all the interviews were pretty standard. No questions were too challenging.
The thing that I found most odd about the process was that my first interview was on the phone, and I had the opportunity to describe my ideal work environment, coworkers and so on.
The answer I gave was something about how I am seeking a company that embraces their culture and invests in their employees happiness at work, that I am most productive in a creative office space, with an open-desk atmosphere. I was told that what I described "sounded a lot like Webtrends"
To my surprise, when I went in for my in person interview, this was not the case. The office was rather dated with cubicles, fluorescent lights, some candy and business casual outfits.
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For more than 20 years Webtrends has helped companies make sense of their customer data to drive digital marketing success. By combining innovative technology with our team of trusted and creative advisors, our solutions are designed to provide actionable insights, increase customer engagement and boost revenue.
We partner with companies at all levels of digital maturity and offer solutions in measurement and optimization. We work closely with approximately 2,000 global brands including Microsoft, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Kimberly-Clark, HSBC, Marks & Spencer, npower...