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Santa Barbara, CA
5001 to 10000 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
RealPage, Entrata, AppFolio
Yardi Systems keeps tabs on the backyard - as well as the rest of the property. The company develops web-based property and asset management software for clients in the real estate industry. It offers a product tailored for smaller property managers as well as a more ... Read more

Mission: Since 1984, our mission, our goal, and our values have shaped this company and enabled us to continue providing quality software with unwavering customer focus.

We strive to take care of our clients, take care of our employees, stay focused, and grow.

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Best Places to Work: 2018 (#42)

Highest Rated CEOs: 2017 (#32)

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Yardi Systems Photos

Yardi Systems photo of: Yardi HQ Santa Barbara in 2016 (650 Employees)
Yardi Systems photo of: Our Corporate Office celebrated International Women's Day with fun treats and sign making in the morning and a women's celebration walk in the afternoon!
Yardi Systems photo of: Celebrating 5,000 Employees in Santa Barbara with a DJ, History Walk, and Breakfast
Yardi Systems photo of: Celebrating 5,000 Employees in the Atlanta Office
Yardi Systems photo of: Yardi Santa Barbara in 1984
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    Account Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Santa Ana, CA
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    I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Yardi Systems (Santa Ana, CA) in February 2018.


    The first interview was over the phone with an HR rep. She asked about my background and told me about the position with Yardi. The second interview was over the phone with Marc Goldstein. He spent a lot of time explaining the position and only asked a couple questions about my background and qualifications. The third interview was in person at the Santa Ana office. I had high expectations for the third interview since they barely asked me any questions on the first two. But the third one was even WORSE. They said the main manager wasn't in the office that day so I had to interview with someone else. This guy clearly hated his job and had NO enthusiasm whatsoever about the position.

    I did a lot of research on Yardi and the position before the third interview and I was fully prepared to answer the hardest of questions they could throw at me. But this guy literally spent the whole time talking about the position and asked me two questions that I've ALREADY answered multiple times in the previous interviews.

    1. Tell us a little bit about your background (which is all on my resume) 2. Explain a difficult client situation and how you handled it. (answered this one very well since I was prepared) and then after that...NOTHING...just blabbing on and on about the position that I already studied and read up on and it was no NEW info.

    I was then advised that HR would be in touch. Ended up getting a letter in the mail the next week saying that I was not chosen....that would be fine with me if they had actually gotten to know me and the skills that I can provide but the fact that all 3 interviewers were only interested in discussing the position and not actually interested in getting to know the candidate really pissed me off.

    I have a very nice, high paying job at the moment but Yardi interested me for many reasons. I really believed in their product and service and I still truly believe they missed out on a wonderful asset to their team.

    I can't help but think I was discriminated against for being a girl. When I visited the office it was an absolute sausage fest. If you can't understand the value of a highly tech trained girl then that is very sad and I don't want to work for your company. SO GUESS WHAT. NO OFFER FOR ME?? NO OFFER FOR YOU, suck on that.

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