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RichRelevance

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at RichRelevance

Interview

interview process was ok day to day work related questions feedback was given on time , 1 telephone round ,in person 4 hours gave few problems to solve

Interview Questions
  • technical and process related , sql jenkins qa bugs defect tracking agile
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RichRelevance

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at RichRelevance (Seattle, WA) in Aug 2017

Interview

To sum up - a complete waste of time, due to the company's unprofessional interview process conduct. From the initial application, to the onsite interview, it took about 5 weeks. Spoke with their HR person first who was pretty accommodating, then had a phone screen with a principal engineer, then was brought onsite, where I spoke with him and 3 other people. This went reasonably well, and was pleasant enough to include lunch. A few days later I hear from the HR admin that based on the interview feedback, they would like me to speak on the phone to two additional people (one of whom was their VP I was supposed to talk to in person, but wasn't available at the time). The second interview would be another technical discussion, which I assumed would be the tiebreaker of sorts, or the "bar raiser", in Amazon's terms. Then the day before the scheduled calls, it turns out the VP is still not available, so they inform me they will make their decision based on the outcome of one remaining phone conversation. The phone call was completely not what I was expecting. Instead of speaking with someone who knew where I was in the process of interviewing with them and was intelligent enough to run the interview having in mind this was the final stage, they had me talk to a combative grunt-level engineer who works out of their California office. He was genuinely surprised to find out I had already been onsite, as he was under the impression this was going to be an initial phone screen. He started picking on the words I was using (e.g. attempted to debate with me what constitutes a distributed system), was fully unprepared to get the kind of solution to his coding exercise that I gave him as he struggled to understand it, clearly indicating lack of comfort reading source code, and generally didn't seem to care for interviewing me in general. As if those alone weren't red flags enough, after waiting a couple of days after the phone interview I attempted to first contact by email the HR person requesting the status, then another couple of days later the principal I initially interviewed with, then just called the HR person a little bit ago and left a message. Crickets.

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RichRelevance

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at RichRelevance

Interview

Met with VP in person, and then people from marketing and sales. This all took place over the course of 2 weeks, and they were very quick and accommodating to my timeline as I already had a pending offer elsewhere during the process

Interview Questions
  • more about past experience, preferences, past achievements, personal opinions
1 person found this interview helpful

RichRelevance

Anonymous Interview Candidate

Declined Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at RichRelevance in Jan 2017

Interview

Phone interview with Recruiter, 30 min. talk Phone interview with manager, talk one hour Phone interview with Principle Engineer. paired interview, with a Software engineer Onsite interview with team 4 session (45 min.) Offer accepted in one week

Interview Questions
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RichRelevance

Anonymous Employee in Tokyo

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through other source. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at RichRelevance (Tokyo) in Jan 2017

Interview

The first step: the vice president introduce the company and the position The second step: self-introduction The third step: join their weekly meeting and give feedback The fourth step: present a research topic

Interview Questions
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RichRelevance

Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at RichRelevance (San Francisco, CA) in Dec 2016

Interview

It was very timely. Open dialogue through all steps of the process. My manager was very transparent when she wasn't able to get back to me with an answer by the timeline she had previously committed. The offer was fair, negations where quick, and I signed promptly. They were also accommodating to previously scheduled travel before my start date.

Interview Questions
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RichRelevance

Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

Accepted Offer
Negative Experience
Easy Interview
Application

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at RichRelevance (New York, NY) in Oct 2016

Interview

I was initially contacted by a recruiter and had an initial phone screen soon after. Within a week I met with the head of all client facing teams in NA and Professional Services Director and that was it. My offer came less than a week after.

Interview Questions
  • How comfortable are you selling additional professional services on top of the solution licenses?
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RichRelevance

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Neutral Experience
Easy Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at RichRelevance in Jan 2016

Interview

he interviewer stressed that a complete solution was of utmost importance and not necessarily how it was implemented. I got mixed up on one part but the interviewer wasn't giving me any pointers despite me describing my thought process along the way. I've never had a technical phone screen

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RichRelevance

Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at RichRelevance (Seattle, WA) in Oct 2015

Interview

I received an email directly from the hiring manager about an open AM role that I had applied for a week earlier. The initial "screen" call was about 45 minutes - there was great flow and an obvious interest on both ends. From there, she scheduled a 2 hour call with one director and two VP's - all of which were done via video conference. With that call going well, I was asked for 3 references. After passing that call, I was invited into the Seattle office (this is mostly a remote position as my boss would be in SF and she manages teams all over the country) to again virtually meet one more director and another well tenured VP. She and I had lunch right after those two calls. As the in-person interview was wrapping up, she had scheduled calls with all of my references within 48 hours. From there another follow-up call was scheduled a day or so later where she commented on a few potential "questions" regarding my work history and communication. She requested one more call for a short presentation on what {rr} does and soon thereafter, was issued a verbal offer.

Interview Questions
  • Tell me about your most challenging account and how you handled it. What makes you a good account manager? How do you multi-task? What is your communication style?
2 people found this interview helpful

RichRelevance

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 6 months. I interviewed at RichRelevance in Aug 2014

Interview

Interviewed several times for different positions. Staff with whom I interviewed were very courteous and seemed like great people to work with. Unfortunately, the process was very hectic. I was told on two separate occasions that the position I had just interviewed for would no longer fit in their budget.

Interview Questions
  • Nothing particularly difficult or unexpected. Some skills based interview questions, but mostly behavioral type.
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