Zuora – Why Work For Us?


 

​​Why Zuora?​​

The Subscription Economy changes the way that companies work. Zuora was built to help.

​​About Zuora​​

​​It all began with a vision in a tiny office in Mountain View, California. In 2007, after several years at WebEx & salesforce.com, K.V. Rao, Cheng Zou and Tien Tzuo began to evangelize a fundamentally new business model: one where companies of all sizes would offer broad libraries of services via subscriptions, and one that would challenge the 20th century manufacturing economy by shifting the focus to delivering services instead of products. They called this the Subscription Economy.

Since then, Zuora has been enabling the Subscription Economy by building the next generation commerce platform. By attracting hundreds of customers, Zuora's subscription management software has enabled 21st century businesses around the world from startups to enterprises in any industry to launch and monetize any subscription products and services.

Defined by our rapid pace of product innovation and our relentless commitment to customer success Zuora has fostered a loyal customer community -- each, in their own way, driving the Subscription Economy. And it's not just our customers -- fortunately Zuora and the Subscription Economy has attracted major buzz from some of the most well known news publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, BBC and TechCrunch.

Today, Zuora headquarters are in Foster City, California with satellite offices throughout North America, Europe, Australia and China. And more than 200 passionate professionals enable us to power the Subscription Economy.​​​​​​

​​​​​​Join the Subscription Generation today.​​​​​​

 

 

 

It all began with a vision in a tiny office in Mountain View, California. In 2007, after several years at WebEx & salesforce.com, K.V. Rao, Cheng Zou and Tien Tzuo began to evangelize a fundamentally new business model. One where companies of all sizes would offer broad libraries of services via subscriptions. And one that would challenge the 20th century manufacturing economy by shifting the focus to delivering services instead of products. They called this the Subscription Economy.

Since then, Zuora has been enabling the Subscription Economy by building the next generation commerce platform. By attracting hundreds of customers, Zuora's subscription management software has enabled 21st century businesses around the world from startups to enterprises in any industry to launch and monetize any subscription products and services.

Defined by our rapid pace of product innovation and our relentless commitment to customer success Zuora has fostered a loyal customer community -- each, in their own way, driving the Subscription Economy. And it's not just our customers -- fortunately Zuora and the Subscription Economy has attracted major buzz from some of the most well known news publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, BBC and TechCrunch.

Today, Zuora headquarters are in Redwood City, California with satellite offices throughout North America, Europe and China. And more than 200 passionate professionals enable us to power the Subscription Economy.

 

 

 

 

If you come to our offices, you may hear the phrase 'ZEO' a time or two as you walk through our open-concept floor plan. The idea around ZEO is that every employee is the CEO of their destiny, success and impact at Zuora. At Zuora, we foster an environment that empowers each individual to be the very best of themselves.

While we all strive to be the best we can be, down to every employee, Zuora is no stranger to fun. Between off-sites in Napa, sales meetings in Las Vegas, and an office equipped with Ping Pong and a kegerator -- there's always an opportunity to recharge.

 

 

Zuora Reviews

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Zuora Founder & CEO Tien Tzuo
Tien Tzuo
88 Ratings
  • Leader in the "RBM" industry

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Foster City, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Foster City, CA

    I have been working at Zuora full-time (Less than a year)

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    So far a great place to work. Lots of energy and momentum in the office which makes it easy to come in to work everyday.
    Most of the staff and management are experienced, a sign that the company is not relaying on out of college grads to run their business.
    Comp is good.
    Growing space and are the leaders for subscription billing services.

    Cons

    Benefits are lacking compared to many Bay Area companies who have had similar or less funding.

    Advice to Management

    More PTO, gym reimbursement (no one cares about the gym in the building), more catered lunch (there are very few options in the area which can be annoying when you want a quick bite), diversify your staff (too many Oraclers)


Zuora Interviews

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    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Zuora.

    Interview

    Recruiter Initial Phone Interview
    Hiring Manager Phone Interview
    Trip to meet 3 hiring managers in person

    I felt the interview process was standard and straight forward. I had a positive experience and thought all questions were fair and expected. The interviewers were very professional and I actually had a great time interviewing which made me interested in the position I was applying for and I think helped me land the job. Just be honest about everything and be positive.

    Interview Questions

    • Many situational questions about what would you do/have done. Also draw out processes and designs.

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Zuora Awards & Accolades

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250 Top Private Companies, AlwaysOn Global, 2013
100 Top Private Companies, OnDemand, 2013
100 Coolest Cloud Computing Vendors, CRN, 2013
Top 100 Global Finalist, Red Herring, 2012
100 Top Private Companies, OnDemand, 2012
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Additional Info

Website www.zuora.com
Headquarters Foster City, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2007
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors Aria Systems (CA)

Customers have changed. They're looking for new ways to engage with businesses. Zuora helps companies like Box, Dell, NCR, SendGrid, Docusign, Financial Times, and Fairfax Media meet the new demand by empowering them to build subscription models that keep customers consistently engaged in long-term relationships. Our investors include Benchmark Capital, RedPoint Ventures and... More

Mission: Zuora is the world's largest provider of Relationship Business Management (RBM) services. At the heart of RBM is the idea that customers are happier subscribing to a... More

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