Compare InfoObjects vs Medallia BETASee how Medallia vs. InfoObjects compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at InfoObjects full-time for more than 3 years
The leadership team is incredibly talented. Both the CEO and the CTO are very bright, hard working, and provide an environment where anyone can truly leverage their talents and grow within the... company. It reminds me very much of Google's culture where they hire you because of your capabilities, and believe you can contribute in many different roles because of that. They have the tenacity and courage to pursue new technologies and are masters at many things! I loved working at Infoobjects.
Must be able to work in a startup culture. This is not a con for those that thrive in that kind of environment.
I have been working at Medallia full-time for more than 3 years
Medallia is the enterprise software startup that created a distinct product category, Experience Management, and went on to become a public company. As the company finds success in the market with... customers, employee benefits are increasing linearly. The new gym benefit is nice and covers my spouse! Flexible office locations in San Francisco and the peninsula are nice, and the meetings are all very remote friendly. The lunch services are nice and convenient. Electric car charging on site makes commuting "free" and easy. As the company gets bigger globally and makes strategic acquisitions, career opportunities open up. There is always an opportunity to get in front of customers and "own" something bigger than your title, and critical to the business. People take on a lot of responsibility, and then "do what they say".
The only constant is change. You must find a network of trusted colleagues, managers, and friends to stick with your original instinct and stay with the company as it evolves quickly to meet the... demands placed on it. It's tempting to make career changes when things are uncertain, but in the long run you are better off sticking it out. It takes 4+ years to make a lasting impact.
Advice to Management
Write down the strategic plan, and let's all deliver it!