http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIrIa—30+ days ago
We do that through decades of experience in disciplines like performance management and capacity planning, steadfastly focused on helping IT contribute greater value to the business.
More specifically, we help organizations elevate IT maturity and optimize infrastructure based on the business value it delivers. We help IT organizations consistently meet IT service levels while minimizing costs and mitigating risks.
Observation, analysis, prediction, and guidance all in one, integrated platform.
I worked at TeamQuest full-time (Less than a year)
Leadership is taking the company in the right direction. There is a very happy, friendly culture that makes it easy to be the new guy.
There is a horrible amount of technical debt, that's carried around as a badge of honor. Though you might get hired to work remotely, the CEO does not support it, which (obviously) creates some awkward strain. In fact, fractured leadership explains a lot of issues that you see at TeamQuest.
Advice to Management
It's 2016, and you're located in the middle of nowhere. If you want to attract talent (and keep them), you need to relax your emphasis on policies that companies in trendier places have moved away from. Remote work, relaxed schedules, more emphasis on individual decision making and less top-down.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at TeamQuest in February 2016.
Phone Screen and Panel Interview with various members of the organization. There were six panel interviews from employees from every department. Questions did not vary much from department to department. Many parts of the interview were just explaining the company and the role that would be performed at the job.
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