Mission: We drive client growth through our global commerce expertise.
Our CEO, David Dobson, sat down with CEO Forum’s Robert Reiss to discuss the Amazon effect facing brands, how VR and AI will change ecommerce, and how to nurture a successful team. Listen in!
We’re employee & dog oriented! Meet Thor, one of the dogs who came for monthly dog day. Work here & join the furry fun.
At Digital River, we work hard and we play hard. It may sound cliché, but our goal is to provide an environment where our team can build a career and build a life. Here’s a snapshot of ways we work to achieve this goal:
With 15 offices worldwide, Digital River is a truly global company employing the smartest minds in ecommerce. Our numbers are impressive:
Don’t just take our word for it; hear from our employees directly:
Digital River operates for its clients around the clock from different offices around the world. To power this always-on commerce commitment, we have offices in the following locations:
I have been working at Digital River full-time (More than 10 years)
New branding, new go to market, modernized technology
hyper focused on high-tech segment, which is a strength of focus, but niche compared to other ecommerce platforms.
Advice to Management
Continue to innovate! DR is a technology company first.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Digital River (Northfield, MN) in May 2017.
I was assigned a time slot to meet with the Talent Acquisition Coordinator and a member of the team I'd be working with. I was wearing a full suit, both of interviewers were wearing jeans and button up shirts. Both interviewers were very friendly and courteous, interview started on time. They asked typical interview questions about project management and responses to adversity in a group setting. I felt like I focused too heavily on one aspect of my resume, which is easy to do when you're wrapping up college and have limited experience. They offered to field any questions, I asked about Digital River's workplace environment. Both interviewers were very open with how they perceived working for the company, their likes and dislikes, acknowledged the environment had improved, and that what I'd read on Glassdoor is true. I forgot to ask what the next step was until the very end, that was a mistake.
I was not offered an on site interview. The Talent Acquisition Coordinator told me I interviewed well, he felt it wouldn't be a good personal fit. I tend to agree, although maybe he would have felt differently if I talked about my motorcycle.
Overall a positive experience, the TAC was good about informing me I wouldn't be moving on; his post interview comments and suggestions were well taken.