Halfway into our most ambitious year yet, and lots of change at Sprinklr. Defining a new category; adding new execs & growing to 1500+ employees; and implementing processes for predictability and scale. More we can do better. Full update here:
Did you know Sprinklr could help brands talk to millions of people one at a time and do it in less than 60 seconds? Want to be more amazed? Why not check it out for yourself? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI33a
We believe people remember the way you make them feel. That’s one of our guiding principle when interacting with customers and employees. Sprinklr team members passionately, genuinely care about delighting our customers. That’s part of the reason why 9 out of 10 of the world’s most valuable companies and over 50% of the fortune 50 use Sprinklr for their Customer Experience Management (CXM) needs.
Brands like Nike, McDonald’s, Microsoft, P&G, Samsung & many more choose Sprinklr because of our best-in-class CXM offerings. We empower the most successful brands to effectively manage interactions with customers at every touchpoint at scale. In fact, we were named a 2017 Forrester Wave Leader in both the Social Media Management Solutions and Content Marketing Platform categories. That’s all possible thanks to the amazing work each and every team member puts in.
Sprinklr is more than 1500 employees strong, valued at $1.8 billion, and one of the fastest growing companies in the history of enterprise software. With 20 offices globally and remote employee options we have something to offer everyone regardless of location. If you’re interested in learning more about joining our team click the “Jobs” tab at the top of the page or head over to www.sprinklr.com/careers/.
In the age of the empowered and connected customer, we know that every experience a customer has with a brand matters...a lot. That s why -- from the very beginning -- Sprinklr set out to build a powerful, agnostic, and first-of-its-kind, social operating system that integrates with an organization's existing tech infrastructure and allows employees across the front office to collaborate more effectively and deliver superior customer experiences across every social channel.
Today, we’re revolutionizing CXM in 75+ countries for more than 1000 of the most recognized brands, including Nike, JPMorgan Chase, Verizon, McDonald’s, Microsoft, P&G, Uber, and more than 50% of the Fortune 50. We've spent the last seven years building the world’s most complete enterprise social technology.
We have a set of Core Values that embody up what we strive for at Sprinklr. Our CEO Ragy Thomas shares the essence behind our core values and what it means to work at Sprinklr.
I have been working at Sprinklr full-time (More than 3 years)
A company with a great product (thanks to our CTO), a great market (thanks to our visionary CEO) and the Sales crew which is back where it belonged after a few positive leadership changes. Sprinklr would be the next big thing in the market and I am proud to be a part of this success story.
It so disheartened me to see the ratings of the company going down on Glassdoor lately. I literally asked myself once - is my company that bad? And then I realized it was just a result of a few new people who could not understand the culture of the company! Thank God they are gone! A major issue, addressed!
Advice to Management
Keep listening to the employees as you showed in the latest Sales Leadership change, and keep up the good efforts with new space experience
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Sprinklr (New York, NY) in March 2018.
I don't even know where to begin. I had to take a math test and do a presentation where I had to analyze data and give recommendations. I agree that I was out of my element (I'm more fit for marketing) but I decided to give the analyst position a shot, and I even told the interviewer on the phone that I didn't have much analytical experience. She said that was not an issue at all (it was). When it was all said and done, I didn't get the position, which I'm okay with, I definitely didn't have the necessary skills. The other two reasons for me not getting the job are the issue. First, she said I didn't think I fit in with the company culture. How can you tell that by just one visit? I was dressed professionally and acted like a typical person going on an interview. The second reason, which is absolutely absurd, is that she said she wasn't sure if I wanted the job so much as I just wanted to work in the city. There are thousands of jobs in the city, I wouldn't pick one just because of that. So basically, don't apply if you don't want someone to judge you based off looks, and don't mention that you like New York.