Compare Informatica vs MineralTree BETASee how MineralTree vs. Informatica compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Informatica full-time for less than a year
I have been working at Informatica full time for 6 months 1. Colleagues are very helpful and provide guidance 2. You can work at your own pace, the thing is you should be learning on the way 3.... No Politics 4. No hierarchical boundaries 5. Work-Life Balance 6. Chill Environment
No cons as an employee from my side
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work
I have been working at MineralTree full-time for less than a year
When I look for a place I want to work, I look for 3 things - great product, open-minded and humble leadership, and happy customers. We really do have all three, and I think it shows on a day-to-day... basis by how motivated all of the teams are. It's extremely easy to get involved in as much or as little as you want to, and there is a sense that you'll still be valued. We're lucky to still be at the stage where everybody's contributions matter.
I fear that as we grow, we will lose the sense of respect that we've built as peers across teams. Then again, I don't think that this size of a company is for everyone, and as we grow and hit new... milestones, I'm sure we will also outgrow more people. It's extremely easy to work too much. We have a weird culture where people don't know how to say no, and then requests just keep piling up on very few people. We need to not only learn to say no, but also respect that everybody does not want to commit 60+ hours a week to working here - or even 40+!
Advice to Management
Please stand up for your teams, and hold people accountable. As we scale, it'll only get easier to brush aside problems (and therefore people) and while we're putting a lot of process into place,... we're going to need a lot of help across all teams to make sure that we're trying to stick to the agree-upon ways of doing things.