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Fivetran Overview

Oakland, CA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Fivetran fully automated connectors sync data from cloud applications, databases, event logs and more into your data warehouse.

Our integrations are built for analysts who need data centralized but don’t want to spend time maintaining their own ... Read more

Mission: The culture of any organization flows from its people, so we seek-out teammates who share our values and drive, not people who are exactly like us. We’ve built a company that allows everyone to take risks and thrive professionally — without ever hiding their ... Read more

Fivetran – Why Work With Us?

About Fivetran

After a five-minute setup, Fivetran replicates all your applications, databases, events and files into a high-performance data warehouse. Our standardized cloud pipelines are fully managed and zero-maintenance.

Shaped by the real-world needs of data analysts, Fivetran technology supports agile analytics, enabling data-backed decisions across organizations. We’re focused, transparent and trusted by businesses that run on data.

Fivetran began with a realization: For modern companies using cloud-based software and storage, traditional ETL tools badly underperformed, and the complicated configurations they required often led to project failures. To streamline and accelerate analytics projects, Fivetran developed zero-configuration, zero-maintenance pipelines to deliver data into modern cloud warehouses. Established out of Y Combinator, we are part of a growing ecosystem of cloud companies that enable organizations to control their data without complex engineering.

Fivetran Reviews

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    Current Employee - Sales Enablement Manager in Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Sales Enablement Manager in Denver, CO
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Fivetran full-time (Less than a year)


    I feel appreciated, my work and time are valued, Fivetran hires incredibly talented and caring people, our leadership team are true coaches and there to help wherever they can, my team works so well together, great pay, amazing benefits, best in class product, outstanding culture, lots of opportunity to be creative and be an integral part in the development of the company and its people. Couldn't ask for a better workplace and team!


    Nothing I can think of

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Fivetran Photos

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Fivetran Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Campbell, CA
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Difficult Interview


    One good thing about the process was they respond fairly quickly. Although, it could just be because I didn’t make it to the offer.
    HR and manager round was fairly straightforward. Talked about my experience.
    The coding question was hard, at least for me. Especially if you consider the interviewer who seemed to be a junior guy.
    I don’t understand why people expect you to not just come up but also code a solution that you took hours to think of in a matter of minutes. It’s just ridiculous.

    Interview Questions

    • Hackerrank coding question:
      You are given 2 arrays: one representing the time people arrive at a door and other representing the direction they want to go(in or out)
      You have to find at what time each person will use the door provided no 2 people can use the door at the same time.

      Constraints: the door starts with ‘in’ position, in case of a conflict(2 or more people trying to use the door at the same time), the direction previously used holds precedence. If there is no conflict whoever comes first uses the door. Also if no one uses the door, it reverts back to the starting ‘in’ position.
      Should be linear time complexity.

      If you solve this, please comment with how much time you think you would need to solve this in an interview and your yoe.. just wondering   1 Answer
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Fivetran Awards & Accolades

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Pledges & Certifications

Diversity Commitment

Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

Pay Equality Pledge

Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience

Tech Hiring Commitment

Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers


Offer formal "internships" for mid-career people or those returning to the workforce

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