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Lifesize Overview

Austin, TX
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Polycom, Blue Jeans Network, Zoom
Lifesize delivers award-winning conferencing technology that gives your organization the power to connect and collaborate effectively. Our history of video conferencing innovation has evolved to include all the modern ways enterprises meet—video, audio and web. Through ... Read more

Mission: At Lifesize, our mission is to connect people to make their workplaces great. And we’re happy to let you take all the credit for the improved meeting culture and productivity.

Lifesize Reviews

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Craig Malloy
37 Ratings
  • "Gobbling up market share & having fun doing it"

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    I have been working at Lifesize full-time


    •Fun culture fueled by good people, not forced activities, kegs, ping pong, trivia (although we have those things). Real culture starts with people, not just having a fun office.
    •CEO is an intelligent guy with an engineering background, not a typical showboat CEO. That lends itself to an honest experience in Town Hall Meetings and company updates.
    •Marketing & sales are snatching up market share like nobody's business. Good things are on the horizon.
    •Good, fun product that truly enhances organizational communication.


    •More investments need to be made in the product itself, expanded functionality.
    •Town Hall Meetings happen too frequently (although I bet this is better than not happening enough), and can sometimes take a negative tone.
    •The company is very segmented by department/floor - the people on the 2nd and 3rd floors don't really interact with the people on the 4th floor. We could do a much better job of just plain knowing each other at Lifesize.

    Advice to Management

    Keep taking us up. Be agile, make decisions in a timely fashion and good things will continue to happen.

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Lifesize Photos

Lifesize photo of: Sweet Treats on a hot day!
Lifesize photo of: Cool treat on a Friday!
Lifesize photo of: Staying cool in the office!
Lifesize photo of: Third Annual Bikes and Beers Rip Rider Edition at Lifesize HQ! Our teams race to assemble bikes benefiting Helping Hand Home in Austin.
Lifesize photo of: These are the winners of the Lifesize Hackathon 2017! The winning project demonstrated how you could control a Lifesize Icon using Amazon Alexa. Congratulations!
Lifesize photo of: Karaoke, two-stepping and delicious Austin dinners! Showing our global colleagues a good time deep in the heart of Texas!
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Lifesize Interviews



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    Customer Success Advocate Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Lifesize.


    Went through a phone screening and a WebEx interview. Both seem to have gone well and I received positive feedback in both. After the second interview, everything dropped off into a black hole. There was no response from anyone I tried to get in touch with as to the status. They did not show any consideration for the applicant.

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Lifesize Awards & Accolades

  • 2016 Best Practices Award, Frost and Sullivan Best Practice Awards, 2017
  • Top Workplaces 2016, The Austin American-Statesman, 2016
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