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Mission: ABIS is a consulting and software firm catering to the metal construction industry. We believe in streamlining our software so our customers save time and money. Improve your software, improve your life.
Our software not only saves people money, it makes ...
I have been working at ABIS full-time
ABIS gave me a chance to succeed even though my experience was less than desirable. I love the family atmosphere and have never felt like a number. They call both the employees and the clients Familia, or Family. It just feels good to work somewhere that has that as a priority.
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Advice to Management
Being Familia means everyone gets input, but some people are inherently negative. Keep looking at us positive people and don't let the couple of negative people ruin things for the rest of us.
I applied through other source. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at ABIS (Houston, TX) in March 2015.
ABIS has designed the interview process to assure that both ABIS and you know that you are a right fit for each other. ABIS is a company that will only grow as they can find good people to work for them. By the time I was done with the fourth stage, I knew what the culture was like, what type of people I would be working with, if I would fit into ABIS's culture, and if I wanted to fit into the ABIS culture. Before I even began the interview, I had a phone call making sure this was a position that I would like and about all the stages of the interview process.
For me, the interview process was a five stage process which is as follows:
Stage 1: Interview in person with the office manager and take a wonderlic
Stage 2: Case study
Stage 3: Approximate two hour interview with the implementation manager and training manager
Stage 4: Group lunch with ABIS employees from various department.
Stage 5: Interview with the CEO
By the time I was done with the interview process, I had met with more than half the employees. The employees do have a lot of input for the interview process.