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InsideSales’ Do Good Foundation is committed to helping the disadvantaged, children and women in need, and the intellectually and emotionally challenged by giving 1% of our product, 1% of our employees' time, and 1% of ...
As the thought leader in the evolving inside sales and Lead Response Management industries, InsideSales.com provides software, training, and consulting solutions for organizations who want to transform the productivity and professionalism of their sales teams.
InsideSales.com research has been published in Inc. and the Harvard Business Review, and the company's original Lead Response Management study has been downloaded nearly 50,000 times, and cited by leading industry research firms like CSO Insights. InsideSales.com solutions are proven to increase lead conversions, qualification rates, and sales rep performance, while driving key metrics and analytics to connect effort with real results.
The company's flagship PowerDialer™ has been proven to double agent productivity while prospecting, and its counterpart, the PowerDialer™ for Salesforce™, is the only cross-platform, cross-browser dialing solution integrated directly into the world's leading CRM.
The company is currently based in Provo, Utah, rated one of Forbes Magazine's Top 10 Most Livable Cities.
"The energy throughout the company, specifically on the sales floor, is unlike any other company I've ever worked for. In other sales departments it's a typical cubicle environment - that's not the case at InsideSales.com. With the sales room set up as an open-workspace, employees build stronger relationships with each other that boost productivity and enable efficiency. InsideSales.com provides me with an exciting position where the growth and thought leadership are bringing about great things for those who get involved now."
- Bryan, Professional Services Account Executive
"The best part of working at InsideSales.com is the atmosphere – management really invests in each employee. When I first started, I wasn't the strongest sales rep on the floor. My manager mentored me and provided me with sales tips that have enabled me to succeed. Now I'm among the top of the BDS team in performance. InsideSales.com teaches you skills that are taking the industry to the next level.”
- Duke, Business Development Specialist
“InsideSales.com utilizes my strengths and I get to do what I love to do. Every day is different and goals are clearly measured with very clear expectations. The transparency of the company helps me see how reaching the goals I’ve set for myself help further progress InsideSales.com. At InsideSales.com I have a future, and I know if I work hard and contribute my best to this company, I’ll reap the benefits personally and as a team member.”
- Tori, Education Specialist
“While working for a Fortune 100 company, I spent two years looking around the country for the next game changer. When I found InsideSales.com, I knew I had to be a part of what they were doing. We are revolutionizing an entire industry and that is fun to do!”
- Jonathan, Sales Account Executive Manager
“InsideSales.com gave me the opportunity to grow professionally in an environment I’ve never experienced at other companies. This is a company that really appreciates their employees and prides itself on creating a culture and attitude that is very open and casual. If you have a question or want to learn something new to expand your skill set, all you have to do is ask. Because InsideSales.com is very team oriented and has a strong group feeling, we all work together to solve problems ensuring our professional success.”
- Alyssa, Product Specialist Team Lead
“Our teams work well together. We have department trainings and opportunities to share our knowledge with each other. Some people who are stronger in one particular area will give others the help and teach the team more about what they may not be as strong at. We work hard and then celebrate our success. We certify, learn everything we need to know, and are well-prepared for what is expected of us.”
- Megan, Business Intelligence Specialist
We are Acclerators.We call our colleagues "accelerators," a collection of brilliant people passionately pursuing life. We are not like any other company. Our culture is defined by our values.
We are Maniacal. We pursue winning with unbridled enthusiasm. Normal people don't make history, so we laugh in the face or normalcy. We are so tenacious and relentless that sometimes it's scary.
We Own It. If we find something broken, we fix it. We own problems until they are solved. We get things done. We execute to a plan. Our employees own a piece of our customers' success.
We Iterate. We test, improve, fail fast and learn. InsideSales.com has evolved and adapted many times since its inception in 2004. We test everything and use data to make decisions.
We are Scrappy. We win by getting things done with grit and determination. We do things faster and better and at a lower cost so our owners, employees and customers always benefit.
We are Blunt. We are open, honest and transparent. We refuse to play politics. We believe candor is a virtue. You know where you stand with us.
We Zig. If everyone goes one way, we go the other. We innovate, buck downward trends, ride upward trends, and love to do what can't be done.
We Do Good. We choose to give back along the way. Through our Do Good Foundation, we donate 1 percent of our revenue, our emlpyees' time, and our product to worthy local causes.
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Many people and businesses are moving to Utah to take advantage of its booming economy. The state's unemployment rate is well below the national average, and it houses one of the fastest growing technology bases in the United States.
Named after the famous Silicon Valley, the Silicon Slopes contain a cluster of information technology, software development, hardware manufacturing and research firms.
Be a part of something bigger than yourself- be a part of changing someone else's world. InsideSales.com's Do Good Foundation believes in the spirit of teamwork and giving back to its community.
We live the 1/1/1 method. We donate 1 percent of employee time, 1 percent of company revenue and 1 percent of our product to worthy causes.
The story of the first ever Girl Code event by InsideSales.com's Do Good Foundation.
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I worked at InsideSales.Com full-time
For some reason Glassdoor removed my review from months ago, here it an updated one:
Good benefits, at the level of many other Utah tech companies. They certainly improved a lot year after year:
- 3 to 4 weeks PTO
- 10 or more paid holidays
- Health, dental insurance, fsa: it covered all my wife's expenses and saved us over $10k+.
- Gym membership and fitness trackers.
- Choose your system pc or mac.
- Flexible schedule: Some days Id start work at 7 or 8 or 9.
- Docker, react, node, aws.
- Team monthly activities.
- Great people to work with. Lots of talent.
Despite the last few reviews that complain a lot, I must disagree with parts of them:
- Raises: I got 4 in less than 2 years. 3 I didn't ask for, they just happened. Work hard, they'll notice.
- Management not listening: I think they do listen, one time I even asked for fruit and they started bringing free fruit more often. Maybe talk to different people or talk to someone higher up.
- Promotions: They happen and more often than ever (quarterly), a whole team I know, has recently been promoted for the great work they've done. The part when someone mentioned they had to wait to Ipo, a lie. I was promoted too in my time there. Promotions happen. Talk to your manager or your manager's boss.
HR really helps. I needed them multiple times and they run and went the extra mile to help me.
Very old building in slc office, ac and heating never worked properly in 2 years ( too hot at 80 or too cold at 60). Weird old smells from the wood. You don't notice after 1 or 2 days but visitors do. Yet location is fantastic. And the 6th floor is the best of the building.
Late deployments (work very late) for older systems every 2 weeks. This applies to teams that inherited old legacy systems, like mine.
Dev mixed with sales few feet away, so lots of noise and distraction when they are on calls.
Open space, lots of distraction.
Talent leaving. Practically my whole team left (including myself) for different reasons (better opportunities or fit to what we wanted to do that we didn't find here, not a bad thing though). Though many colleagues that work there are quite happy and excited.
- Stalk ranking employees: this is an old practice, it was surprising to find the company was doing this when every team's situation is unique (all legacy products vs all brand new new, product vs internal).
Advice to Management
Keep up, don't even bother to reply to bad reviews. It is impossible to make 600+ people happy at the same time. Keep listening to employees. The focus groups were a great way to reach out.
Keep disrupting the industry.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at InsideSales.Com (Salt Lake City, UT).
Phone interview with a corporate recruiter. Onsite for 3 interviews with hiring managers. Two of the managers seemed like good guys and people you would want to work with and for as managers. The last one was a manager that just talked about himself for 30mins and how he was taking a pay cut to be manager. I decided at that time I didn't want to work at a company that had managers that acted like a bully