Mission: We drive client growth through our global commerce expertise.
Who is Digital River?
World class online commerce demands intensive resources. Global reach and local-market savvy. Cutting-edge infrastructure and time-tested experience. Revenue-driving marketing tools and clear, powerful thinking. Since 1994, no one has tackled these challenges—and delivered results—better than Digital River.
Every day, tens of thousands of companies—both large and small—rely on Digital River for the proven expertise and comprehensive cloud commerce, marketing and payment solutions they need to build, manage and grow their businesses on a global scale.
We drive client growth through our global commerce expertise.
Respect, integrity, customer centricity, innovation, global perspective and accountability
Digital River Facts:
·Managing over $22 Billion in Annual Online
·38 Patents issued in Commerce, Marketing and
·Generating revenue in virtually every country on
·Invest 3 Million hours per year focused on
growing our clients revenue
·1,400+ e-Commerce Experts around the world
·31 Offices around the world
·Technology pioneer, founded in 1994
A day at Digital River can be invigorating, exciting, and fast … all before 9 a.m.!
But you’ll never meet a smarter group of people, from all corners of the world … united with the goal of delivering best-in-class technology, bringing in global revenue, and creating unique and engaging online experiences for the world’s best brands and their customers.
You’re looking for more than a paycheck. You’re looking for a career that excites and challenges you. At Digital River, we’re always looking for impassioned, talented people who are excited about the possibilities.
Digital River is unique. From our casual dress code and “bring your dog to work” days, to our weekly gatherings on Friday afternoons (no matter where you are in the world!) we like to celebrate life at Digital River together.
Join us, and let’s see where we can go together.
We are part of every community that we have an office in. We don't just have people working in offices, we ask our employees to serve the communities they live and work in. Digital River in Action is a group of people in every office that helps create opportunities to volunteer and give back. We also give employees a day, per year, of time off where they can volunteer and give back. Our only requirement is that they take a picture and share it with us! Below are some of the recent volunteer activities our employees have been a part of:
Meal creation for Open Arms in Minneapolis, MN
Red Cross Blood Drive in our Minnetonka, MN office
Special Olympics in our Shannon, Ireland Office
Fancy Dress for Comic Relief in our Slough, UK Office
Minnetonka, Minn., U.S.
Digital River headquarters in Minnetonka, Minn. Some of the many on-site amenities and opportunities include:
San Francisco, Calif., U.S.
Our San Francisco building, located in the heart of the technology hub of the city, was built in 1908—just two years after the infamous earthquake.
At the Vienna office, they drink a lot of coffee (an average of four cups per person, daily). But some also drink tea.
The Taipei office has two vegetarians and 36 plants.
Staff at the Tokyo office keep a helmet at their desks for earthquakes.
The talented employees at Maidenhead have won the company soccer competition a record three times.
Victoria, B.C., Canada
They are very active at the Victoria office: 28% walk to work and 22% are runners.
Our Shannon office employs approximately 100 staff members from 18 different countries, speaking an average of 1.7 million words combined per day across nine different languages.
Shanghai and Beijing, China
Our Shanghai office is located in a 55-year-old former Steel factory, which now houses the Shanghai Sculpture Museum and a collection of cafes, gift shops, galleries and offices.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Paulistanos are atypical Brazilians: 75% of them dislike carnival and samba and they all dislike soccer.
The Cologne office has a roof terrace with regular social activities, free lunches and is not far from the Cologne Cathedral, the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe.
San Diego, Calif., U.S.
At our San Diego office, the employees may own winter coats and rain boots, but they’re just for show. With an average temperature of 70 degrees, flip flops are standard footwear 260 days a year.
We are a family first environment. From family trick or treat days to Santa's yearly visit to the office, Digital River knows that people are happiest when their families come first.
We are a honest, transparent environment where everyone has automony to make a difference. Not one day goes by that you won't feel like you have been able to make an impact. Big or small, all ideas welcome. So much so, we have a program centered around innovation and celebrating our employee's big ideas. Not convinced? Ask one of our winners. They know first hand what its like to make a contribution while maybe making a little extra dough for the idea.
We have an amazing history and a bright future and it's true, what you read on glassdoor is that we are always changing, but it is meaningful change helping us nail down our spot in the future of the tech environment in Minnesota and through out the world.
I have been working at Digital River full-time
Sales strategies, company plan and performance are communicated well now in the quarterly meetings.
PTO policy is great, but prepare to work long hours to make up the work you missed.
The people here are great, including my manager.
Very nice campus!
Some managers do care about training and development.
Gym, cafeteria, mini events like Santa's visit and tailgating.
Constantly changing company strategies.
Work/life balance is poor in departments that have outsourced positions. Retained staff struggle to take up the slack. Transition seems never ending.
Advice to Management
Be more visible. Talk to people.
Make DR a healthy and prosperous company without any more layoffs. People won't feel involved or give their best when there is no shared commitment between employer and employee. Keep up the salary market comparisons so people are fairly compensated.
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.