Mission: Provide leading and innovative technology solutions and consulting services to the alternative investment industry.
I have been working at Indus Valley Partners full-time (More than a year)
IVP is a great place to work. For many of the roles you are introduced to good clients and it is a fast paced environment. I like my project. It helps me learn and updated. Challenging yet sometimes tedious but good experience. Work from home offered, leaves, and offers a good culture. Many companies don't offer snacks and chocolates in there lunch room but IVP does and it is a nice gesture. The environment and culture is fast paced as mentioned so it can both stressful but interesting.
More work from home days
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Indus Valley Partners.
Do yourself a favor. Don't even bother with this company.
Phone call from director
Most rude interview I've ever experienced. Called an hour and a half late (ended up having a call at 9:30PM) and hung up half way through the call before redialing back into the call. I understand it's a growing business and it is busy, but come on. Where's the professionalism?
Extremely condescending; after describing past experience, I ended up being lectured on how to present my past experience
Then, I was badgered on why I believed the company was going to be better than other IMS providers and how I was going to contribute to the success.
The latter half is a fine question to ask, but to be badgered on the first part for ten minutes when no, I won't know enough about the very specifics of each part of your product because you're new and not that large of a player in the market yet.
Then, I was lectured on why business courses are more important than computer science courses (yes, lectured for a good five minutes) and that to ever succeed in the fintech field, I needed "to be able to hold my own".
Don't forget that the pay is sub-industry standard too.
If this is how an MD is, I can't and don't want to imagine what the rest of management looks like.