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Mission: To build trusted relationships between the world's best brands and their customers.
Customers rely on our engagement platform to help them to deliver awesome digital customer
Lithium delivers awesome digital customer experiences at scale for the world’s biggest brands including Airbnb, AT&T, Sephora and Spotify.
Comprising Social Media Management and Communities, the Lithium engagement platform enables brands to manage multiple digital touchpoints, facilitate millions of conversations, and drive smarter decisions through data – connecting customers, content and conversations at the right digital moment.
Lithium has a massive digital footprint with approximately 480 million new digital interactions analyzed daily, 100 million monthly visitors across its Online Communities, and 850 million online profiles scored through Klout.
Learn more at www.lithium.com, join our community at community.lithium.com, or follow us on Twitter @LithiumTech. Lithium is a privately held company based in San Francisco.
Lithium serves some of the world's most iconic brands. While we're proud to call them our customers, we are even prouder of the success that we have helped them achieve with their own customers. Check out our customer success stories and see how we're helping change their business.
Lithium's Engagement Platform takes you beyond the narrow one dimensional view of CRM transactional data to help you compete more effectively and provide a better digital customer experience. See more. Know more. Do more.
Your customers are on every social network, right now, sharing their experiences. With Lithium, you have the power to create a trusted connection with your most passionate customers. At Lithium, we:
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, we're creating a global footprint with employees in over 9 countries!
I have been working at Lithium Technologies full-time
I am not a regular on Glassdoor and this is my first review. I feel compelled to write this after seeing some recent negative reviews. These are gross exaggerations and not representative of my experience nor the experience of the folks I work with.
I am happy at Lithium. I have learned a lot, seen ups and down and made life time friendships. I am proud of the products that we have built and released especially this year. I love my team members, my manager is very supportive, I have a lot of respect for our executive team and I am excited about where our products are heading and the impact it has on our customers.
Does that mean, everything is perfect. Of course not, we live in the real world and there are things that could be better. The leadership here understands that and I see them trying harder to increase communication and address some of the improvement areas.
Advice to Management
There are a lot of us who are leaned in and behind you. Let's stay focused and execute on our plans.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Lithium Technologies (Bengaluru (India)) in June 2017.
There were a total of 4 rounds: 2 technical, 1 managerial-cum-technical and 1 HR.In the first round, I was given a requirement and asked to write code to achieve the requirement. Later I was asked questions about the code that I had written. In the 2nd round, I was given some scenarios and had to use whiteboard to write pseudo-code. There were some algorithm questions at the end of the round. 3rd round started with managerial discussion with the director of engineering. At the end of the discussion, I was given a fairly complex graph problem to solve. Last round was HR discussion and I got a very broad of company history and its products. The whole interview experience was seamless and fun.