OneSpring Overview

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2005
  • Company - Private
  • IT Services
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


OneSpring is an Experience Design firm that helps customers achieve success by designing human-centered digital experiences that ignite passion and drive engagement. At OneSpring, we truly believe that software has the ability to directly impact our world and daily lives in ...
Mission: We take a people first approach to designing software applications. Our mission is to improve the human experience by strengthening our connections through the use of software.

OneSpring Reviews

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Jason Moccia
Jason Moccia
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"Senior Consultant"

Nov 30, 2018 - Anonymous Employee
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At OneSpring, I’ve worked on teams with leads that truly want to see you grow and improve with no fear or intimidation from your growth. The OneSpring leadership as a whole is not only technically


This isn't unique to OneSpring, but is typically the case with smaller but growing companies. When things get busy, you may find yourself wearing multiple hats to get things done. If you prefer to
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  1. Business Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience


    I submitted an application online and I think within 5 days, I got contacted by HR. We went through some questions and then 2 days later, an interview with the Senior employee I would be working closely with. That went well and I was asked to come on site for a interview with the previous employee I had an interview with and also the CEO of the company. I guess that went well because I was then sent an email for a final interview with the CFO, but that never happened so they instead asked me to speak with a Project Manager and that went pretty well. Throughout the whole interview process, I felt that I was always kept in the loop and the HR would always give me feedback with 2 days, so I was kinda surprised after 5 days I had not received any feedback, so I sent an email and got a reply back saying they still had not made a decision. I gave it more time after another week or more I reached out by calling and I was quite suprised when they said they were also considering an internal candidate. After hearing that I knew I was done, I obviously cannot compete with an internal candidate. I was offended all the same because most companies reach out to their internal candidates when they have new roles before putting it out to external candidates. Besides that though, I really did enjoy my interviews with everyone

    They had me run through a sample project and how I would handle the requirements gathering process.

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