I worked at Claraview full-time (More than 5 years)
The folks are Claraview a good, hard-working smart people. They are able, for the most part, to meet client demands with flying colors.
Claraview is hurt by its relationship with Teradata. Lately, Teradata has not done well in the market, relying on technology that is 20+ years old. And as a result of Teradata's issues in the market, Teradata is making quick, rash decisions to eliminate good people in Claraview (even when Claraview IS meeting its goals). The lack of a strategic plan for Teradata is only hurting Claraview.
Advice to Management
Claraview must distance itself away from Teradata. Teradata will only hurt Claraview's future by crippling its ability to meet client needs.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Claraview.
I was contacted by one of Claraview's recruiters and was asked basic questions via phone regarding my interest, background and availability. Once I passed that screening, I was invited to headquarters and was interviewed by three different individuals, one per interview for a total of three interviews. It was the most thorough intervew experience I've had. Interviewees were as equally interested in my character as my subject matter knowledge and problem solving skills. Candidates should expect to be asked to demonstrate their critical thinking skills and should remember to worry less about spitting out the correct answer and focus more on using sound logic to arrive at a defensible answer. Expect to give tangible examples of knowledge you have gained through your experiences; don't say, show. Don't be surprised if you get some brain-teasers, as well as behavioral questions.
I found the company to be responsive and fair in negotiating an offer. I received the salary I requested.
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