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Andover, MA
501 to 1000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Information Technology
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
AT&T, Electronic Data Systems
NaviSite helps enterprises manage their resources. The company specializes in setting up and supporting enterprise resource management (ERP) software from such vendors as Microsoft Dynamics and Oracle. It also provides outsourced website and e-commerce services, such as Web ... Read more

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NaviSite President & CEO Brooks Borcherding
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee


    Growth Opportunities, Friendly environment, high salaries


    volitile market, Tough competition, poor location

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NaviSite photo of: The Columbia Tower Club, Office space and membership here was negotiated by me as a requirement for my acceptance of the position
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    Technical Lead Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Andover, MA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at NaviSite (Andover, MA) in January 2016.


    I had 4 interviews spanning ~5 weeks. The first was a phone screen followed by an interview with a member of the hiring team in the U.K. After this I met with two other team members and the VP of the group in Andover, MA. I was then asked to speak with another VP based in Virginia. After all this I was told by the HR representative that the interview went very well and that an official offer was pending. I waited and actually turned away a different job offer because I wanted to honor the fact that I interviewed with Navisite first. I finally received a very brief email (not even a courtesy call !) to tell me that they had decided to move the job to Virginia at the last moment and that I was out of luck. Seemed very unprofessional and horribly disorganized to me. I let the HR contact know of my displeasure towards the outcome in a polite manner and never received a reply. (I entered that I did not receive an offer on this review)

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    • I was given a lot of scenarios and asked what I would do to solve a particular problem or elaborate on experiences I had that might be useful in solutions to customer issues. I thought they were thoughtful and useful questions. None that were particularly difficult, but they did challenge the candidates ability to perform in a customer-facing role.   Answer Question
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