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AvePoint Overview

Jersey City, NJ
1001 to 5000 employees
2001
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors

Metalogix Software

AvePoint accelerates your digital transformation success. Over 16,000 companies and 6 million SharePoint and Office 365 users worldwide trust AvePoint software and services for their data migration, management, and protection needs in the cloud, on-premises and hybrid ... Read more

AvePoint Reviews

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    Current Employee - Account Manager
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at AvePoint full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Unlimited PTO, Flexible Schedule, Great Co-workers, Room to learn and grow in any career

    Cons

    No Cons. AvePoint has been a great overall!

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AvePoint Photos

AvePoint photo of: Our Jersey City HR team welcomed a newbie and created a paint and sip tradition
AvePoint photo of: When you visit our Richmond, VA office it's nothing but southern hospitality!
AvePoint photo of: AvePoint Philanthropy recently kicked off in Seattle!
AvePoint photo of: Chi-town office moved to their new digs!
AvePoint photo of: Jersey City office donates to NJ Cares holiday program Frosty's Friends!
AvePoint photo of: London team participates in Christmas Jumper Day and donated to Save the Children UK!
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AvePoint Interviews

Experience

Experience
50%
17%
33%

Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview
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25%
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Difficulty

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    Business Development Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chesterfield, VA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at AvePoint (Chesterfield, VA).

    Interview

    Such a waste of time. Process was drawn out and time consuming. 2 phone interviews, 1 onsite interview with 3 different individuals. All of that for the decision to be left in the hands of someone already in the role you are applying for... of course someone already in this role isn’t going to like good applicants; numbers matter and it’s all about meeting a quota. See full process below.

    -Email from a recruiter to set up time to speak on the phone. (Recruiter was located in Chicago)
    -Phone interview with recruiter, lasted about an hour. Extremely pleasant conversation, typical recruiter/applicant interview.
    -Recruiter sends interview notes to Manager Mid-Marketing... only moves forward if he likes what the recruiter relays
    -Email from recruiter setting up a time to participate in a phone interview with Manager Mid-Marketing (Manager Mid-Marketing located in New Jersey)
    -Phone interview with Manager Mid-Marketing. Lasted about an hour. Not an easy interview only because he really makes you think outside of the box. Thoroughly enjoyed talking to him.
    -Manager Mid-Marketing informs recruiter if he wishes to move forward with interview process
    -Email from recruiter to set up a time to talk about phone interview with Manager Mid-Marketing
    -Phone conversation with Recruiter about interview, talks about the next steps and if moving forward sets up a time for onsite interview
    -Email with another application, confirmation of interview time & date, instructions relevant to specific location, etc.
    -On-site interview, almost exactly 2 hours. Interview with a Team Lead (BDR manager) about 30 minutes. Then interview with BDR Team Member (same job applying for) took me on a tour of the office, showed me the software/systems they use, explained the role and their day to day routine, also lasted about 30 minutes. Final interview with HR representative, also lasting about 30 minutes.
    -Email from recruiter asking to set up a time to talk about how interview went.
    -Phone call from Recruiter with results.

    Entire process was about 3 and a half weeks long, I felt like they were taking up so much time to prevent you from applying elsewhere.

    NO TYPE A PERSONALITIES-apparently that was my downfall. Also, they asked for me to go into detail about what I did at my previous job and then said I took too long to answer questions.

    Interview Questions

    • What would you say is a common misconception about sales?   Answer Question
    • How do you handle things not going as planned?   Answer Question
    • If you could choose to sell anything, realistically or not, what would it be and why?   Answer Question
    • Do you wake up every morning knowing exactly what you need to do, or do you just go with the flow?   Answer Question
    • How would you handle being hung-up on?   Answer Question
    • If the way you are presenting yourself and AvePoint isn’t proving to be successful, what would you do?   Answer Question
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AvePoint Awards & Accolades

  • 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management, KMWorld Magazine, 2015
  • Disability-smart Award for Products and Services, B2B, Business Disability Forum, 2014
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