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Yesware Overview

Boston, MA
51 to 200 employees
2010
Company - Private
Information Technology
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
We make, market and sell a prescriptive sales platform that helps sales teams prospect, connect, and close faster and more effectively. We connect to the tools sales reps use every day to provide actionable data on how to engage with prospects, and give managers better insight ... Read more

Mission: To help people create value with every exchange.

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    How Yesware excels with a culture of referrals and above-and-beyond benefits - Drafted Blog

    Monthly massages. Uber compensation. Gym membership. Professional coaching. Perhaps the reason employees at Yesware seem dedicated to helping their team is because their team seems dedicated to helping them. Their company page lists some extensive and creative benefits, including unlimited vacation policies, daily catered lunch, weekly exercise classes, and dinner and an Uber home if an employee works late.

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Yesware – Why Work For Us?

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    I have been working at Yesware full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    - Transparency within company (we share the wins and the losses)
    - Exposure to process and decision making across all levels
    - Collaboration with other departments, cross-functional committees and working groups
    - The ability to take on new responsibilities and risks (there's a lot of opportunity here to take on new projects, responsibilities and truly own them - it's a culture where you want to move outside your comfort zone and be challenged)
    - A kind, respectful, and, dare I say, loving work environment
    - Flexibility to work from home or adjust hours if needed
    - "Perks" like daily lunch, tasty beers on tap, yoga and workout classes, meditation, massages, leadership training/courses, professional coaching

    Cons

    - Expectations are very high and can be daunting at times (but I see the challenge as a Pro as do others)

    Advice to Management

    - It may be cheesy but I feel honored to be part of this company and its growth
    - Keep moving in this direction! The changes we've made over the past two years have made this a truly great place to work

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Yesware Interviews

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    Customer Success Manager Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Yesware (Boston, MA) in July 2017.

    Interview

    Very odd. I had an interview scheduled and then got a call, but I didn't get any information about the role. I was just told that I was over qualified for the role and that the company would reach out again potentially in a few months when there was something that matched my skill set more. I am a bit disappointed. The interviewer just kept talking about salary, but never asked how much I currently make, or mentioned how much the role paid. In reality, I would have loved to have at least interviewed, even if it was a step down for my level of experience. I knew that it was a bit below what I was looking for based on the experience listed, but the opportunity to work for a flourishing company was really what I was after. It's a shame that I wasn't given the opportunity to even at least hear a bit more about the role and make the decision for myself if I wanted to move forward or not.

    I left a voicemail to see if I could try to get more information after the initial call. I was a bit thrown off by the initial call that I didn't really know how to react when I was told that I was over qualified. There are certainly worse things that I could have been told. But in any case, the opportunity to make the choice on my own would have been nice.

    Would I apply or try again? Absolutely, I would just make sure to be a bit more direct and ask for clarity. It was just a strange occurrence.

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Yesware Awards & Accolades

  • Sales Growth Achievement of the Year - Computer Software, The Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service, 2016
  • Sales Process of the Year, The Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service, 2016
  • Sales Distinction of the Year - Computer Services, Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service, 2016
  • 50 on Fire, BostInno, 2013
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