Mission: To provide comprehensive, integrated policy administration, plan administration, illustration and support solutions to life insurance and annuity carriers and producers.
I have been working at Andesa Services full-time (More than 3 years)
Great benefits, great coworkers and management. Challenges you day to day. Promotes team work and acknowledges those that have gone above and beyond the company values. The best company I have had the pleasure to be apart of.
Can be challenging at times to deal with the constant changes the company is going through. Change is not necessarily a bad thing since change = growth. I understand for some, change is tough to handle and have left. Those that stick around may find a rewarding experience to learn more and advance knowledge in different areas. The chances may be a con to some and a pro to others. I don't have anything bad to say about the company. It's how you interpret and adapt to the company changing/evolving that defines what type of person you are.
Advice to Management
Do more employee surveys to gain better insight on how individuals feel about things happening within the company to prevent employees from talking about things on the back end with each other.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Andesa Services (Sarasota, FL) in August 2016.
I was first contacted by a recruiter via email after sharing my resume with a colleague, after a first call where we went through my resume, skills, and a few behavioral questions he set up a phone interview with 2 engineering directors. They asked a few easy technical questions about Java and Databases. After that, I was asked to come to their office at Sarasota for an in-person interview. There I went through about 4 rounds: First with 2 engineers that asked me about my resume and some coding questions on the board, the second round with another engineer that just asked me about me resume, then third round with 2 of engineering managers that asked me mostly behavioral questions and finally with the VP of the company that asked me many behavioral questions. I felt pretty confident with the overall process but I was told 2 weeks after that they decided to move forward with another candidate that had more experience with Java.