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“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 Brand
“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, Director of Graph Enablement and Trust
-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.”
Good location, the office is close to the freeway exit, free lunch
The company doesn't really have a real product, it's all smoke. The customer churn is really high, and they are having trouble find new customers. It's not really a start-up, it's owned by Flextronics. Hire and fire culture, there were several lay offs this year.
I applied online. I interviewed at Elementum in July 2014.
I got a call from recruiter. She is very nice and a phone screen followed within a week. The phone interview was easy going. I got invited to the on-site interview. There was a coding exercise. I was put into a room with a Mac and a sheet of coding exercise questions. After that, there were 2 interviewers to review the coding. I coded my answer and ran it, it works. The problem with me was that the interviewers had no clue of what the coding question was, and he did not understand the solution. One of them did not know the language that I was asked to use (Python at that time). They seemed in the odd positions to interview me.