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Elementum Overview

Mountain View, CA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Information Technology
Unknown / Non-Applicable
We make supply chain ridiculously simple. With a unique blend of cloud, mobile, and supply chain expertise, we’re going to free companies from the clutter and frustration of traditional enterprise software. And by having a close partnership with one of the biggest ... Read more

Mission: Build the world's first supply graph, reducing the coefficient of drag in the $30T global product economy.

Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2017 (#49)

Company Updates

  • Nader Mikhail in Fortune

    How to Find a Mentor on an Elevator Ride

    The Leadership Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions about careers and leadership. Today's answer to the question, "How can you convince someone to be your mentor?" is written by Nader Mikhail, CEO and founder of .

  • Elementum Named the 15th Best Place to Work

    Elementum Recognized as Best Place to Work, CEO Wins Power Executive Award

    For two years running, Silicon Valley Business Journal ranks Elementum, the real-time supply chain platform, among Bay Area's Best Places to Work. SVBJ also names Nader Mikhail, Founder and CEO, 2016 Bay Area Power Executive. Mountain View, Calif.

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Elementum – Why Work For Us?




“The sky is the limit at Elementum. This is the perfect environment for professional and personal growth. In our quest to simplify today's supply chain, we tackle complex challenges every day. If you’re willing to lead the charge, opportunities will come naturally. We're hiring: Creativity and ambition needed.”

-Dan, Head of UX

“I work with some of the smartest people in Silicon Valley, trying to solve one of the hardest problems in SCM: making it simple and easy to use. Elementum is a one of a kind startup with a very open culture, work hard-play hard environment, wonderful management, and great benefits.”

-Prabhu, Senior Software Engineer


“As part of Customer Success, it's very rewarding to accomplish things as part of a team—not just within Elementum—but with our customers, working together and driving innovation in our products and industry.”

-Spencer, Head of Customer Success



“I joined Elementum as a UI developer to work on the first set of the company’s single page web applications. Within one year, I had worked on all of the products, a number of prototypes, and wrote the first line of JavaScript code on the newly adopted technology stack. Recently, I was given the privilege of leading a team of some of the best engineers in the Valley to help develop the cloud platform which will revolutionize the way businesses run their supply chain.”

-Daniel, Software Engineering Manager

"The marketing team is full of fun, creative, and driven people who make each day a new and exciting experience. I’m constantly learning and doing new things that help me see my job from a new perspective, which allows me to grow at a super fast pace.”

-Adi, Marketing


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    I have been working at Elementum full-time


    Unbelievable opportunity to be part of the next multi-billion dollar SaaS leader. The number of customers that have signed multi-year multi-million dollar contracts in just a few years is crazy.

    The people are great, fun and down-to-earth ("lighthearted" in the Elementum vernacular), and really go out of their way to help each other, even when they are busy.


    The management and HR "infrastructure" hasn't developed as fast as the company has grown, and they are only now starting to work on clarifying levels, titles, career development paths, etc. Everyone here is well-intentioned, but it's well past time to grow up in these areas -- still lots of first-time managers who don't really know how to manage, people managing huge teams of 14-18 people, etc. It seems like things are moving in the right direction, but it's a startup and there's always some crisis or urgent issue that distracts from these things.

    Advice to Management

    Hire some real managers who know how to manage people. Or if you want to keep promoting non-managers into managers, get them some real training & coaching.

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Elementum Interviews

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    Researcher Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Accepted Offer
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    It was tough. I had 3 screenings and there were a lot of applicants. The hands-on test itself are covering different aspects that explores all the necessary skill set for the job.

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Elementum Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work, Silicon Valley Business Journal, 2016
  • Power Executive, Biz Journals, 2016
  • Best Places to Work, Glassdoor, 2016
  • Best Places to Work (small comanies), San Francisco Business Times, 2015
  • Sample Vendor, Gartner, 2015
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