- Overland Park, KS
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 22 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2003
- Revenue: $500 million to $1 billion (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
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Going on 2 years at current 500+ employee “unicorn” $1B SaaS company. My ~100 accounts have ~$75M annual revenue. The internal analytics systems I built are referenced by c-suites/executives, provide insight to guide product/content development, built the framework for how success teams operate, and are a pillar of the tech value stack for business partners. Salaried at $60k, no bonuses/commissions, never gotten a raise. How do I navigate that conversation? Nothing has come from my efforts.
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QTS is, and continues to be year-after-year, a very fast growing company with a bevy of challenges that stress nearly every department. For the entrepreneurial type, this should smell like opportunity, career growth, attractive compensation, and the ability to make-your-mark on a company and industry. And it does!
For others who need constant guidance, structure, and limited change plus don't like being uncomfortable, QTS may not be right for you. If you don't embrace evolving, you will fall behind and be frustrated - guaranteed. Fortunately and unfortunately, everyone needs to pull their weight, and then some, to make it happen at QTS. It's not my job is not a viable option. But frankly, that's the secret sauce. The culture is so good, the family environment, the amenities, the benefits, the volunteerism, the stock plan, etc. that everyone wants to work together to achieve amazing results. And the do.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 months. I interviewed at QTS (United States)
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QTS Awards & Accolades
- Excellence in Customer Service Award, Business Intelligence Group, 2023
- Sustainability Leadership Award, Business Intelligence Group (BIG), 2022
- The Technology Innovation Award, Datacloud Global Awards, 2022
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