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Atlanta, GA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
IT Services
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
At SOLTECH, we understand the complexity of hiring top talent and creating great software, so you don't have to. For 20 years our customers have trusted our team to help them get their software projects across the finish line.

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Mission: SOLTECH enables our clients to achieve business success by providing a unique combination of technology and talent solutions.

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  • "Honest Company, Always Improving, Genuine Interest in the People"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
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    I have been working at SolTech full-time (More than a year)


    The people here are amazing, including the founders. Cultural interviews, as well as technical assessments, mean we're not just hiring from a resume, we have really put together an amazing team that embodies the meaning of teamwork.

    Projects are well organized and our Project Leads are incredibly talented and always trying to improve on that - we set responsible expectations with clients which comes from 20 years of experience in that arena, and it pays off when it comes to work/life balance.

    One of my favorite things? SOLTECH allows the team to come up with solutions to improve the company, and founders really support those endeavors as much as possible. It's a small team, very busy team, so that doesn't mean things happen overnight ... but the opportunity is there and you're never discouraged from taking a chance on trying something new. That extends to company-wide initiatives, but also in daily technology decisions.

    Pay is really competitive, and honestly yes there are some out of pocket expenses on some of the benefits pieces (no more than most companies), but you're working for a company that has never experienced layoffs due to lost business because they're responsible with their spending and budgeting. That is huge. Startups are shiny and attractive, but you can experience that vibe here from an exposure to new tech standpoint, as well as being around awesome creative people, while not worrying if your next paycheck is going to clear or if you're going to have to get sucked into a specific stereotype (sports or video games ... we have all kinds here, and way more than that). There is real job security here, and you know your leadership is making responsible decisions and not just trying to line their pockets. They're putting a lot back into the team now.

    I've learned more about new database technologies, approaches and updates in .NET Core, been exposed to JS frameworks I never knew existed, learned about AWS and Azure and scaling considerations ... and how to meditate from my desk all in the last year and a half. I can't imagine feeling unchallenged here. That's important for my personal/professional goals, and I think that would ring true for a lot of people.


    Consulting isn't for everyone. We care a lot about our clients and want to make sure they have a positive experience, even if they're challenging. You have to have a passion for that, and the reward is huge IMO. Be kind to clients, if you're not good with people this might not be for you.

    We rely on the team to pitch in when needed ... to get through a deadline or help out when the paper towels run out (don't worry, there's always stock in the cabinets). Our CEO walks around ensuring our office is set up for success, presenting well for our team and our clients, so no task is below anyone here. It's a humble group, but it means you'll need to participate in that, too. Roll your sleeves up, be a part of it, and enjoy the opportunities this team provides.

    Consulting means you bill to clients, no way around that. Keeping time logs can be a challenge for some, but totally makes sense to others. This can be a big learning curve for people, to overcome the feeling that they're hourly workers but have to log time high-level. It's not micro-managing, it's the nature of consulting work.

    Advice to Management

    Can we find a way to sneak dogs past the building concierge, please?

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SolTech Photos

SolTech photo of: We hold Lunch and Learns every two weeks, where our engineers share the latest and greatest in tech for the rest of the team.
SolTech photo of: Every time a new teammate joins, we gather in our team gathering spot, The Cantina, to say hello and hear about the things that motivate them.
SolTech photo of: We're a founder-led company, which means they're here every day to get into shenanigans right alongside us.
SolTech photo of: Ample meeting spaces with a variety of seating/standing options mean we can enjoy a huge variety of workspaces, no matter the occasion.
SolTech photo of: We are proud to invite our clients into our office for meetings so they can work closely with our team, and our team can enjoy time together in the office to collaborate.
SolTech photo of: We host our own podcast, Atlanta Impact Business Radio, where we interview leaders in Atlanta doing incredible things for our city and community. Tune in on iTunes!
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SolTech Interviews



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    Product Owner Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at SolTech (Atlanta, GA) in September 2016.


    Met with CEO and SVP. They market themselves as a 50/50 Software Solutions and Staffing Solutions organization. Make no mistake, this is an IT Staffing company. The entire interview process is designed to shop your resume for their IT Staffing and Recruiting business to get commissions. Super Shady process, BEWARE!

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Company Updates

  • Get into a comfortable seated position, take a deep, cleansing breath, and meet our newest SOLTECH Spotlight, Talent Aquisition Specialist (& yoga instructor), Natalie Brown.

    SOLTECH Spotlight: Natalie Brown, Talent Acquisition Specialist - SOLTECH

    Natalie is a Lexington, Kentucky native who decided six months ago to pack up and head to Atlanta, and we're so glad she did! When she isn't scouring the city for top-notch talent, she can ... Read more SOLTECH Spotlight: Natalie Brown, Talent Acquisition Specialist

  • The holidays are a time for giving, but QA Engineer, Stacy Galarza, takes it to the next level! We're proud to call her one of our own, and happy to have her as this week's SOLTECH Spotlight.

    Stacy Galarza Puts the 'Soul' in SOLTECH - SOLTECH

    The holidays are a time for giving, but QA Engineer, Stacy Galarza, doesn't stop after New Years Day. Stacy is known around the SOLTECH office for asking for donations for a myriad of charities, inviting ... Read more Stacy Galarza Puts the 'Soul' in SOLTECH

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