I have been working at InfoReliance full-time (More than a year)
Inforeliance is made of up of very intelligent, knowledgeable people. There's a lot of talent here.
There is a lack of processes and when new processes are implemented, there is no reinforcement and people tend to revert back to their "old ways" causing extra work.
Advice to Management
Management needs to better recognize achievements with promotions and monetary compensation. Unfortunately the more you give, the more they take.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at InfoReliance.
HR phone chat, then technical phone screen, then an on-site interview with others in a similar role (software engineer in my case), as well as a tech lead / chief architect ("Principal Consultant") and upper-level management (including CIO). They want to assess whether you know not only the technical side, but also whether you have soft skills, because professionalism and communication are especially important in a client-facing consulting role.