Good support team and proactive management. Very focused on narrow product niche. Has a global perspective.
They are a relatively small player in their industry and don't show many signs of changing that significantly. Not much room for career advancement in such a small firm. Limited resources.
Advice to Management
If you want to grow the US market, bring more focus on products meeting US requirements
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at AirPlus International (Washington, DC) in April 2015.
1). Applied online. 2). Had a 30 minute phone interview with HR. Because we were on speaker, I strongly suspect that someone else was listening in on the interview. 3). Basic overview about the company and the position. Asked questions about sales experience and work history. They explained that after the interview I would be required to take a test of "puzzles" - before they would move forward with an onsite interview. However, quickly reviewing the test, it appears it was much more detailed than just "puzzles" but a major assessment test on writing, math, etc. The entire test would take you nearly 90 minutes to complete. After doing the first test, it became clear to me they were really seeking more of an administrative person with experience in finance rather than a combination "sales and support" position as advertised. After listening more about the duties of the position, I decided not to pursue the job further and declined to move forward. I felt doing both a support and sales role would have been too much for me, and it would have been better if they had created 2 separate positions - one in sales and one in support for better focus and productivity. But the interview was professional, so no complaints. It wasn't a good fit for me.
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