Bottomline is proud of our team-oriented culture. Each day, the way we conduct business is anchored by our Guiding Principles.
Our Customers First program (“C1” for short), formalizes our customer-focused approach to business. Theprogram puts into practice the training, processes and framework that place the customer at the heart of everything Bottomline does as an organization. As a result, employees are empowered to help provide the best customer service and experience possible.
Bottomline is regularly recognized for its focus on innovation, customers and employees. Just a few of the recent accolades we’ve received:
Bottomline Technologies Named a ‘Best Company to Work For’
Since 2008, Bottomline has been named a finalist in Business NH Magazine’sannual “Best Company to Work For". We thank our employees for your dedication and passion and drive to delight customers every day!
Bottomline Recognized as Top 100 Global Financial Technology Provider
For the sixth consecutive year, Bottomline has been ranked by American Banker, Bank Technology News and IDC Financial Insights as one of the Top 100 global hardware, software and service providers to the financial services industry.
Bottomline Executives Recognized as Leaders in Treasury and Cash Management Over the past 5 years, Bottomline has had three employees recognized by Global Finance as a “Who’s Who in Treasury and Cash Management.”
Bottomline Technologies Named to ‘Software 500'
For the last eight years, Bottomline has been named to Software Magazine's ranking of the world's largest software and services organizations.
Our competitive benefits plan includes the following:
I have been working at Bottomline Technologies full-time (Less than a year)
Bottomline Technologies is a company with sound core values, making it a high quality work environment for high quality employees. The company encourages and rewards a strong work ethic, not only with regard to working hard but even more so working smart and working collaboratively with your peers. At Bottomline Technologies we leverage current technologies and project management techniques, making it an ideal work environment for technology enthusiasts to expand their knowledge-bases. Furthermore we are poised to make a significant mark on the state-of-the art for Digital Banking Solutions.
The environment at Bottomline is fast-paced. Look elsewhere if you are seeking a passive work environment where it's easy to blend in!
Advice to Management
Continue to stick to the core values that have created a solid, stable business that is poised for growth!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bottomline Technologies (Portsmouth, NH).
The interview process for the Vendor Advocate position went well. It was held in a comfortable meeting room and the sales staff were great. After meeting with three people from the sales team, I was asked if I would be interested in learning more about a management position in South Portland, Maine. I was happy to hear about the position and since it seemed interesting, I asked to learn more. I specifically asked if learning more about this management position would prevent me from moving forward with the Vendor Advocate position and I was told "No" and also "They're always hiring". I was given the understanding that the Vendor Advocate position was a go, but they wanted to see about the other position as well. I decided to take an interview the next week in South Portland and I met with 3 more people and spoke with one on the phone. At this point, I was asked to meet again in Portsmouth, NH two days later and I was happy to do so. On the following Tuesday, I was told that I would be hired for neither position because the Vendor Advocate position had since been filled. If I hadn't listened to the manager who asked me to interview in South Portland, I would have had an offer that day for the Vendor Advocate position. I would say "Thanks for nothing", but I am actually quite thankful that I didn't end up at this company. Take a good look at the reviews that others have left and head for the hills. I met with 10 people total over the course of 3 rounds of 1:1 interviews and no one seemed to have any idea what was going on. Ten 30 minute interviews for a job that pays $35-40k seems a bit much as well. The original recruiter who reached out to me even quit through this process. Seems like monkey business to me.