- Seattle, WA
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1997
- Revenue: $25 to $100 million (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
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I am very happy with my decision to join the Whitepages team. The benefits are relatively great and the office is located in a central location and the layout is well-thought-out. Whitepages is remote-first, however, so there's no penalty to working from home and the quality and quantity communication and collaboration make remote working as seamless as possible. Everyone at the organization is positive and works towards solving problems in a way that is free of blame. Whitepages has done a great job of getting the right people on the bus, and they offer some flexibility about what seat someone is in depending on business needs, personal strengths, and work preferences. The organization sets clear goals on a regular basis and does a good job making sure every team and individual knows how they contribute. The core values support and encourage personal and organizational growth in a way that empowers great work without compromise.
The only cons that come to mind are wholly transient. In my relatively short time at Whitepages, I have encountered some areas that lack process and clarity. These are quickly getting resolved by the new engineering leadership and I have already seen palpable improvements.
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Eric Merritt named VP of Engineering at Whitepages, Inc. Eric Merritt has over 20 years of experience leading and growing highly successful engineering teams at scale. Before joining Whitepages, Merritt led platform engineering at customer experience platform provider Navar and served as Senior Director of Engineering at Sinclair Broadcast Group, where he launched two streaming networks, STIRR and Marquee Sports Network, across five platforms. As CTO at Sunlight Payments, he led the development of secure, anti-fraud, and anti-corruption payments funding charitable programs in developing countries. A platform imagined and backed by Bill Gates. At Whitepages, Merritt is particularly focused on growing the company’s data platform to deliver more end-to-end products that enable consumers and businesses to get in contact, streamline operations and protect their data online. Merritt also previously was a Senior Software Engineer at Amazon, where he worked on risk management and a massively multiplayer game platform, and was a co-founder at fintech startup, Afiniate.
Cam Nguyen named VP of Product Strategy & Development at Whitepages, Inc. Nguyen has an extensive track record of building consumer products in entertainment, gaming and education and is joining Whitepages after nearly 3 years as Chief Product Officer at social recommendation startup Likewise. Before Likewise, she was a Sr. Technical Product Manager at Amazon where she launched a number of products including exclusive games for the Fire Phone, AWS game engine and the first kids education app at Amazon Education. In her new role at Whitepages, Nguyen will lead product strategy and development, focused on delivering products that enable consumers and small businesses to contact and verify people in their world and protect their online data. She will build on Whitepages track record of innovation, which most recently led to the successful spinoff of Ekata, a global leader in identity verification. Nguyen also founded consulting firm MadFin Games, Sr. Producer at Big Fish Games, a board member at International Community Health Services, and a Mentor at UW CoMotion.
Whitepages Awards & Accolades
- 100 Best Companies to Work For, Seattle Business Magazine, 2017
- 100 Best Companies to Work For, Seattle Business Magazine, 2016
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Overall, 83% of employees would recommend working at Whitepages to a friend. This is based on 138 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
50% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Whitepages as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.1 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Whitepages.
78% of employees think that Whitepages has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.