Mission: Build amazing software. Delight customers. Cultivate a work environment that rewards initiative, celebrates success and constantly raises the bar (while avoiding too many buzzwords).
I have been working at Intapp full-time (More than 10 years)
Innovative company constantly seeking to help critical client needs. Intapp has evolved from a small Silicon Valley start up to the most innovative company serving the professional services market.
The only con is that nothing stays the same but that is a positive in the software industry. Not changing is a recipe for failure.
I applied online. I interviewed at Intapp (Palo Alto, CA) in April 2017.
I applied to a posted position online. Seven days later an HR Coordinator contacted me to schedule a phone interview. Four days later, I interviewed with a recruiter by phone. Five days after that I interviewed with the hiring manager by phone. Six days after that I received a personal call from the recruiter letting me know I hadn't been selected.
The recruiter and hiring manager were both professional and intelligent, yet made me feel comfortable. Their questions were relevant and straightforward. The interviews seemed more like conversations rather than auditions.
The position description was very well written and gave a very clear idea of what the role entailed. The company website is so well organized, that it was very easy to prepare for the interview.
In the interview with the recruiter, I learned the company was flexible about working hours to accommodate early start or later start to avoid the heavy traffic in Silicon Valley during rush hours.
In all, my experience interviewing with Intapp was a model experience of how the process and interaction should work, in my opinion.
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