I worked at Channel Intelligence (More than a year)
A real-live (yet small) tech-company in Central Florida - these are hard to come by! Had a lot of ups and downs though the years - ended on an up when acquired by Google.
Sold for roughly 5x revenue - which is normal - but the revenue should have been much higher. That goes hand-in-hand with focus problems, as has been mentioned in previous reviews.
Advice to Management
Not necessary - they're all onto the next thing.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Channel Intelligence (Orlando, FL) in September 2012.
A very good interview process. Phone interview. 1 in person interview and then a TRACK interview. It went great until I realized my time was wasted. Basically, before the interview process began I told them my minimum salary requirements and they agreed to move forward. I took 1.5 days off of my current job to go through their intense interview process. When the time for an offer came they said that the position had a salary cap. This cap was $10,000 below the minimum we had previously agreed to. This was severely disheartening and I felt used. Be wary of this company when considering it. They are not honest.
Reasons for Declining
10K below originally agreed to minimum salary. So disappointing. Be careful.
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