Mission: Change the way the world builds software to create unprecedented business outcomes in customer engagement and operational excellence.
Through our charitable works program, our employees are able to regularly connect with the community in which they live and work:
Comparably named Pega among the top companies for Best Leadership Team and Best Managers!
Come to Pega to challenge yourself on projects that touch millions of people every day. You’ll collaborate with some of the smartest people you’ll ever meet, both globally and sitting at the desk next to you.
We're passionate, fast-moving and completely committed to building the best products for our users. If you're energized by powerful technology, have a love of innovation, and want to make a profound impact on the future of how organizations engage customers, then we are the place for you.
We were listed as a top 100 tech company by Built in Boston.
Ranked as one of Comparably's best companies to work for!
We won a 2017 Timmy Award for best tech work culture.
Alan Trefler was listed by Comparably as one of 2017's best CEOs.
At Pega, above all else, we value client success and high performance. Employees here aspire to passionately challenge traditional ideas, make decisions quickly, and act immediately. We hold one another accountable in a metrics driven environment and want to be the best. We act with integrity and trust and look for ideas everywhere irrespective of hierarchy. We love to support the communities in which we live and work and always make time to have fun and celebrate our success.
I have been working at Pegasystems full-time (Less than a year)
Great company, committed culture, leading edge products
Customer brand awareness outside of Pega. Although the new CMO is driving change in that space.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Pegasystems.
Standard experience with a negative ending. A recruiter from Pega reached out to me on LinkedIn, thinking I'd be a good fit for the role. We spoke over the phone and it started well, but then I didn't have as much experience with one of the areas of responsibility as they were looking for. The recruiter said it was one of the most critical parts of the role, and as such I wasn't a good fit. He said he'd follow up to get the rest of my contact and keep in touch. After, I reviewed the job description and the "important skill" was one of the last listed. I sent the recruiter a "thank you" note on LinkedIn and he never replied. A week later he added me as a connection.