I have been working at Iterable full-time
The company culture is often derived from the founder's beliefs and core principals. It's no surprise Iterable has a warm and friendly culture given the founders brought in the right people are the right time to continue that path.
- The sales organization has some of the most motivated and passionate individuals that care about what they're selling.
- The customer success team is a band of specialists that care about their relationship with their customers.
- The engineering team lead is one of the best in the industry that helped build that little thing known as Heroku.
Every startup goes through growing pains; it's vital to keep the culture consistent, but not make it so homogenous that unpopular opinions are dismissed or not acknowledged.
Advice to Management
There are some fringes in the company that doesn't often get the credit or recognition they deserve. Not only that, there are future leaders within that should be groomed and helped to achieve the next step in their careers. Management needs to foster and mentor as much as it can.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Iterable (San Francisco, CA) in November 2016.
Iterable reached out to me on Hired.com, and setup an initial video interview with living coding, which was followed by another technical video interview. Next up came the onsite interview, which was about 5 hours and included meeting with multiple engineers and the CEO. A lot of technical questions, ranging from architecture to algorithms.
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