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Mavenlink Overview

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Irvine, CA
201 to 500 employees
2008
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Mavenlink delivers cloud-based software and services that transform how businesses do work with distributed teams, contractors, and clients.

Mavenlink enables organizations of any size to successfully manage and scale their people, projects, and profits ... Read more

Mission: Mavenlink’s mission is to reinvent the way businesses do work. We provide technology, expertise, and services that enable organizations to conduct business in today's fast-moving, networked economy.

Mavenlink challenges the staid ... Read more


Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2017 (#45)

Mavenlink Reviews

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Mavenlink Founder, Chief Executive Officer Raymond Grainger
Raymond Grainger
67 Ratings
  • "Account Executive"

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    Current Employee - Account Executive in Irvine, CA
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Irvine, CA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Mavenlink full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    - Tremendous Opportunity
    - Strong Growth
    - C-Level interaction (never hesitate to help with a deal)
    - Provide all the tools for success (unlimited training, mentorship, open door policy)
    - Promote from within
    - Outstanding operations
    - Industry leading product

    Cons

    - No stock options are available (unless you're 1 of 3 employees who will win the yearly founder's award)

    Advice to Management

    Stock Options!

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Mavenlink Photos

Mavenlink photo of: Client Success team - Halloween
Mavenlink photo of: Mavenlink wins Outstanding Private Technology Company 2016.
Mavenlink photo of: Mavenlink team at DreamForce.
Mavenlink photo of: Mavenlink team at DreamForce.
Mavenlink photo of: Sean Crafts, our CCO/Co-founder, and Ryan Montano, our Director of Product Marketing, at DreamForce.
Mavenlink photo of: Lisa, Business Development Representative, hard at work.
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Mavenlink Interviews

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    Director Level Interview

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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Mavenlink.

    Interview

    I was referred internally by two different people. I had a screening with internal recruiter, a call with the hiring manager, and a Webex with another director-level employee.

    The recruiter was impressed (especially because I came so highly recommended), the hiring manager was very responsive and dug deep into process and mentoring/coaching and team building skills. Then came the interview with the other director via webex. He was clearly uncomfortable and never made eye-contact. Several times he mentioned that he was the senior level person ("practically a VP" he told me) and that he was making all the decisions in that department--though the hiring manager had told me he was fairly junior to the role and they were looking for someone with more experience to help run the division. I took his comments to mean he wasn't very keen about sharing the responsibility with anyone, and felt that he should really be promoted to the more senior role.

    He ask a lot of questions about how I would fix the business model problems, which I couldn't answer because I didn't have access to business data, and frankly that wasn't part of the job. I did present several hypothetical approaches I would take as a contributing team member, but I made clear that any solutions would need to be validated with data from the biz-dev team -- which I did not have.

    At the end of the interview, he told me that they'd only just started looking (they'd been looking for 3 months already) and so I'd have to be willing to wait 2-3 months before they made a hiring decision while they interviewed others.

    I followed up immediately with the recruiter who said she'd get feedback and get back to me. She never did. They ghosted me. My take-away was that my age and gender was the issue and the reason for the interviewer's discomfort. I am female, over 40, and he clearly was uncomfortable with the idea of collaborating with me or potentially taking direction from me.

    Leadership at Mavenlink really needs to get control of their hiring process or they will only ever hire candidates that don't challenge the least competent of their employees. Not a great way to grow a business.

    Interview Questions

    • How would you improve our business model?   1 Answer
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Mavenlink Awards & Accolades

  • Cool Vendor - Program and Portfolio Management (PPM), Gartner, Inc., 2015
  • Best Places to Work, Orange County Business Journal, 2015
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