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Thanx Overview

San Francisco, CA
1 to 50 employees
2012
Company - Private
Information Technology
Unknown / Non-Applicable
FiveStars, LevelUp, Belly
Thanx helps connect brands with their best customers through an automated loyalty, feedback, and marketing platform. Thanx's turnkey loyalty solution for brick-and-mortar merchants allows consumers to get rewarded simply by paying as usual, eliminating the ... Read more

Mission: Thanx helps merchants identify, reward, and retain their best customers while fostering beneficial personal relationships between merchants and consumers.

Thanx Reviews

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Zach Goldstein
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  • "Probably the most fun Ive ever had working"

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    I have been working at Thanx full-time

    Pros

    we work hard and have fun all the time

    Cons

    working in Civic Center is rough sometimes, but you get accustomed to it.

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Thanx Photos

Thanx photo of: Denver Happy Hour
Thanx photo of: Denver Crew + Pups (WE LOVE DOGS!)
Thanx photo of: Sunny Smiles
Thanx photo of: Fun in the Park
Thanx photo of: BBQ Master Brett
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Thanx Interviews

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    Sales Development Representative Interview

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    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Thanx.

    Interview

    The interview process moved very quickly, and total lasted about a week and a half. It started with a phone call with the recruiter. Second, there was an online assessment that tested your math and logic skills, and also asked questions about your personality. From there, I had a video interview with the sales manager, and another video interview with two current sales reps. Lastly, i had a phone call with the VP of Sales. Shortly after, the recruiter called to present me with an offer.
    Overall, the interview process was really positive. Everyone I spoke with was very nice and really made an effort to get to know me. They were very helpful in giving me guidance about how to find housing. Ultimately, I decided I wanted to remain working in New York, so I declined the offer, but otherwise I thought the position and the company were great. They were very understanding of my decision, and were happy to hear I made the right choice for me. Couldn't have asked for better treatment!

    Interview Questions

    • Why sales? What do you think will be your biggest challenge in sales? What makes you stand out from other applicants?   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • Thanx strives to embrace #diversity and #inclusion. One of our core values/behaviors "Embrace Diverse Perspectives" is something we live every day. A big Thanx to all that do the same! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQlbp

    It's no coding camp: Vocational training aims to diversify tech

    In preparation for her graduation from California State University East Bay, Sheena Lyons began researching her next move. She wanted a job that would set her up for a career, that would make her feel like she was part of something greater than herself.

  • #Thanx is making #customers and #merchants #Happy! We are hiring like crazy come join our culture of gratitude. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiHz

    Thanx makes bank for retail stores via rewards app - San Francisco Business Times

    For years, retailer rewards programs consisted of flimsy plastic cards that often were only used once or twice before being tossed in the trash. San Francisco-based Thanx makes it easier for brick-and-mortar businesses to institute these kinds of loyalty programs.

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Thanx Awards & Accolades

  • Loyalty Program to Watch, Colloquy, 2015

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