Conga was just named one of Selling Power's "50 Best Companies To Sell For!" The criteria used was: 1) Compensation and benefits 2) Hiring, sales training and sales enablement 3) Customer retention
We've always believed in creating an environment where our teams to give back to their communities and we're very proud to be featured in Insight Venture Partner's blog post on philanthropy. Go Conga!
Our teams design the future. At Conga, you have a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on your team, the company and the digital transformation industry.
But what is it really like to work here? Conga is full of amazingly talented professionals who work together to solve problems, support each other in our quest to be better than we were yesterday and who like to have fun! It's a common sight to see nerf darts flying through the air and we have been known to host hallway races on the sales floor.
We believe that a company's culture is a reflection of their people and ours is a fast-paced combination of innovation, curiousity and fun. Think you're up for the challenge?
Pure innovation... with a free lunch.
Our core values are very important to us because they not only give us direction on how we interact with customers and partners, but they guide us on our interactions with each other. When you join Conga, you join a team of like-minded people who embody these values.
We strive to deliver five star value in every interaction. We define success as mutually beneficial outcomes that delight our community of customers partners and employees.
We thrive in an environment where collaboration knows no boundaries. We persistently work to discover the next innovation to drive meaningful impact on the lives of our customers, partners and employees.
We inherently create knowledge sharing in every conversation. Through an environment focused on problem solving, we empower individuals to take initiative and make decisions.
Faced with inevitable change, we succeed by humbly challenging the status quo. We embrace our roles as change agents and our responsibility to continually raise the bar on our products, services and ourselves.
I have been working at Conga full-time
First off, let me start by saying the people in Conga are like none I've ever worked with in my career. Not only are they all intelligent, caring, hard-working, and friendly, but I've never worked along side so many people that truly believe in a company and their products. On top of that, the culture, free food, fully stocked fridge, and great benefits makes this the best company that I've ever worked for. I can't express how grateful I am to work here and excited to see what Conga has in store for the future!
It would be nice to see Conga's executive team in the office more.
Advice to Management
Continue to invest in your people. From what I've seen you have some amazing talent that a lot of companies would kill to have. Keep thinking of ideas to ensure you're continuing to create a great culture for your employees. If you do that, Conga will be unstoppable!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Conga (Broomfield, CO) in October 2017.
The interview process was in 3 stages. HR phone screen, hiring manager phone screen, in-person interview, final in-person interview. I wish I would have read the reviews here sooner in order to know what to expect, because the sentiments shared by other seem to be showing itself within the marketing organization as well. They agreed that I would be able to make an immediate impact on a number of fronts involving brand, demand generation, and other issues based on my broad experience in tech, but that in so many words that they didn't think I would be satisfied in working with the company further down the road(?) Of course, if that were true of anyone with any substantive experience in marketing, then they clearly should only be able to hire the most inexperienced and naive people available to fill key positions in what appears to be a floundering business with managers who are quite ill-prepared(?) I don't think I've ever heard such a bizarre rationalization for a company not to hire me for a role that I'm well-suited for, other than this seems to be the first rodeo for the hiring manager, who seems very inexperienced, as with a number of other people on the marketing team who I was told are in first-time positions of a very central nature. My impression is that the company apparently doesn't have strong leadership, and doesn't know how to hire for key roles, which seems to make sense when factoring the other sentiments here about management in other areas of the company, the notion that the company is being set up to be sold, and the role of their marketing team in perhaps making it more difficult for sales to succeed.