Mission: From pharmaceuticals to energy, healthcare to consumer goods, IDBS helps research and development teams make discoveries that have the potential to transform the lives of populations worldwide.
From pharmaceuticals to energy, healthcare to consumer goods, IDBS helps research and development (R&D) teams make discoveries that have the potential to transform the lives of populations worldwide.
We are passionate about optimizing scientific process and making data genuinely useful and actionable. As a leading global provider of advanced software for R&D, we provide organizations with the technology they need to securely capture, manage, share and exploit structured and unstructured data.
Our technology and domain expertise enables users to link data to data, data to people and people to people to drive innovation, achieve faster time to market and improve margins.
Our diverse customer list includes R&D driven international companies in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, agricultural sciences, chemicals, consumer goods, energy, engineering, food and beverage, and healthcare.
Headquartered in the United Kingdom with offices across Europe, Asia and the United States, IDBS remains a privately held company employing over 350 staff across the world and serving over 50,000 researchers in 25 countries – including over 75% of the top twenty pharmaceutical companies.
Closer than you think
Next time you open your medicine cabinet or raid the cupboard for chocolate or even jump in the car, the chances are our technology has played a part. Our data management software is used by household names such as Danone, L'Oréal, BASF, Sanofi and Total. And our customers come from industries as varied as pharma & biotech, consumer goods, food & beverage, energy, academia, agricultural sciences, chemicals and healthcare.
Whether you’ve got a background in science, software or corporate services, we’re always looking for motivated, exceptional people who’re looking for a different kind of career.
We’ve been doing things differently since 1989 in the scientific data management space and it’s reflected in who we are as a company. We’ve kept our start-up mentality, but work with big-name customers and brands. We’re tight-knit in our teams and our common goals, but operate on a global scale, with offices in the UK, Europe and the USA. We support our people in developing their careers and skill sets, but don’t box them into rigid job tracks.
From professional services, to training, to support. These are the people who make the difference:
Professional Services offers a spectrum of specialized consulting services to address today's discovery research challenges
Our strategic consultants can help you bring your organizational and operational strategies into line by providing you with a framework for process optimization
Training & Education Services
To get the best out of your investment, IDBS helps you get the best out of your people
Our experienced, award-winning customer support team is ready to solve everything from simple usage queries to complex technical issues
I worked at ID Business Solutions full-time (More than 3 years)
-Work life balance
-Management trusts employees and encourage you to get into things that interest you
-Genuine people; professional but fun atmosphere
-Career growth can be limited depending on where you are; it is possible to forge your own path but not in every case
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ID Business Solutions (Alameda, CA) in August 2016.
I was contacted through email after 2 weeks of applying online. The email stated that my background seemed to align well with the qualifications for the position, and that they would
like to schedule a short introductory call to discuss my background and their open position in more detail. I replied with my availability and we scheduled a call time. When the day came, I waited for 1h after the agreed time to receive the call, but none came. I then emailed the recruiter (instead of her emailing me) asking if there was a misunderstanding or if anything had happened. She replied saying that she had a connection problem, and rescheduled the call. At this second agreed time, I again waited for a call that never came.
I really do not understand this unprofessional behavior, and based on other Interview Experiences posted here, it seems that this is not the first time they do this. If you are not interested in an applicant, let them know. I could have used the time I spent preparing for this call in preparing for other, more professional companies that are considerate of their potential employees.
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