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.
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I worked at Yardi Systems (More than 3 years)
Yardi is a fast growing organization. This could be good and bad. Overall, Yardi handles it pretty well. Products are great! The adoption rate is extremely high as Yardi has proven themselves as leader in the industry. Every day is different!
Compensation could be a little better. With all the travel required and time away from families, it would be nice to compensated for it. Commission structure needs improvement, but I believe Yardi is trying to find a way to make it work for everyone. Bandwidth is a huge problem. Because Yardi is so well respected, the sales are high! The problem is the roll out. This can take an extremely long and painful time to the client. The unfortunate part, the sales person is the front line.
Advice to Management
Keep hiring support! The growth of the company is very fast and the last thing you want is to lose a client that wasn't supported well during their transition. Also, invest a bit more into employees with either quarterly bonuses or incentives based on training accomplishments. Employees, especially sales is always looking to make that extra dollar. Creating a way for the employees to continuously train and stay on top of new products, product releases, etc. You can be assured they will do the training if compensation is on the end of it.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Yardi Systems (Dallas, TX) in February 2017.
Applied online via job posting site and was contacted within a day to schedule a call with a recruiter. Standard "round one" phone interview- tell me about your background, salary expectations, experience, etc. Next, in-person interview with mid-level manager and then in-person interview with senior manager. Talk through the sales process, your past approach, successes, failures, etc. I had a lot of questions prepared and each interview lasted 1-1.25 hours. Great communication by recruiter throughout the process; contacted me within 24 hours of each interview to provide feedback. I found it odd that neither the recruiter nor the hiring managers would give me a compensation number; all they would say was that the position was within the salary range (base+variable) I said I was expecting. (Good news-I wasn't disappointed with the offer when it came through.)
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