- New York, NY
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2010
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Information Technology Support Services
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Going on 2 years at current 500+ employee “unicorn” $1B SaaS company. My ~100 accounts have ~$75M annual revenue. The internal analytics systems I built are referenced by c-suites/executives, provide insight to guide product/content development, built the framework for how success teams operate, and are a pillar of the tech value stack for business partners. Salaried at $60k, no bonuses/commissions, never gotten a raise. How do I navigate that conversation? Nothing has come from my efforts.
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- Anonymous Employee in New York, NYNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult InterviewApplication
I applied online. I interviewed at Blue Orange Digital (New York, NY) in Aug 2023
Interview5 interviews to start: 1) Recruiter (easy) 2) President (more pointed) 3) CEO (tech-focused) 4) CS team member 5) Other team member CEO interview is the one to look out for. Once you get through, it's smooth sailing until the final presentation. Team seemed nice and intelligent, if not somewhat inexperienced with the interviewing process. All good to this point. Things turned with the final assignment. You're given a mock RFP, based upon which you're asked to create a mock proposal and presentation. You submit the proposal; a week later, you present to the Blue Orange team. The assignment initially seemed straight-forward, if not somewhat excessive. Worked on it a few days. Mid-week the Blue Orange team informs me that a newer, shorter version of the assignment had been created. They give me the choice between the two. I choose the newer version (didn't feel like a choice). When it arrived, it appeared to be the exact same as the older version. Thinking I may have been sent the wrong version, I notified Blue Orange, and was directed to minor semantical differences – for all intents and purposes, they were the exact same assignment, only different timelines (2 weeks for older, 1 week for newer). Worked on the proposal and presentation for the better part of the week + weekend. Put off travel and cancelled previous engagements to free up time. The assignment was made the more difficult due to detail ambiguity. You're 100% reliant on the Blue Orange website to understand use cases and services. There was no customer website to refer back to since the company assigned to the RFP was a mock company. And since you've never spoken to anyone from the mock company (because they don't exist), you have no discovery notes to go off of. Spent most of my time on the proposal rather than the presentation (mistake). Kept the presentation itself high-level. A week after turning in the proposal, it's time to present. 10 members of the Blue Orange team and me. Once things begin, it becomes clear that most of the attendees never read my proposal, which I refer back to often. It also becomes clear that I'm expected to deliver more than just the high-level details that were explicitly asked for in the proposal. Needless to say, the presentation was a flop. The Q&A that followed went well, though not well enough to salvage the presentation. Meeting concluded with a cringe-worthy "K, byeee" from the CEO. Was initially disappointed I didn't receive an offer. Upon further reflection, I now view it as a blessing in disguise – lots of yellow flags.Interview
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