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Zoll Data Systems Overview

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Headquarters Broomfield, CO
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Operated By ZOLL Medical
Founded 1993
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown
ZOLL leads the way in software solutions for both the fire and EMS industries with products and services to help you manage nearly every part of your operation. With solutions for dispatch, personnel and resource management, critical patient care data management and transfer ... More

Mission: We, ZOLL, exist primarily to bring truly useful and valuable software and services to our customers. We develop software solutions that help save lives! Each day, we must strive to improve both our products and our services. We must encourage and expect each other to ... More

Zoll Data Systems Reviews

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Alex N. Moghadam
7 Ratings
  • Great Place to Work!!!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Broomfield, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Broomfield, CO
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    I have been working at Zoll Data Systems full-time (More than 8 years)


    I love this company and wouldn't want to work anywhere else! ZOLL is not just my employer but the people here are like family to me. I've been able to grow my career here through advancement and promotions and I wouldn't have the knowledge and expertise that I have if I worked anywhere else. Through continued education/training, mentorship and support from my manager I've been able to achieve this.


    As with any family there is growing pains and as we've grown through the years (which is a good thing) we've definitely experienced our ups and downs. But overall I've not experienced anything worth mentioning.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you are doing. I know sometimes in Management you have to make decisions that not everyone agrees with, but there's usually a reason for the greater good of the company.

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    Software Support Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Broomfield, CO
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    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Zoll Data Systems (Broomfield, CO) in March 2015.


    Difficult to really peg what they were looking for, first I received an email stating that they had chosen to go another way and so I didn't think anything of it an continued in my job search, then a week later I received an email saying they wanted an initial phone interview, which confused me because they had already emailed me telling me that they weren't interested in me, but I went ahead with the phone interview. After speaking with the HR person he scheduled an in person interview. I went in and interviewed with a really nice lady, we interviewed for a little over an hour and it was quite enjoyable. She had stated that they were in the process of interviewing several people and that I would most likely hear back from them in a few weeks. The next day I received an email from the HR person saying that they were going another way, so again, it was a bit confusing. If they were to call me back and make an offer I most likely would not accept, the reason being is that the environment, although in a fairly new building, is quite sterile and lacking personality. People seemed to just be wondering around. I saw the same person 4 times in the hallway going in and going out of the interview, each time he had a different food item in his hands and he didn't seem like he was doing much of anything other than foraging. That and the lack of knowing whether they are coming or going given the several conflicting emails I have received, tells me that they don't really seem to have any specific goals or rules to follow. The dress code must be nearly non-existent as I saw some people in what I would call business casual, nice top and slacks, and then many of them were in t-shirts and wrinkled corduroy or jeans so it was hard to gauge really what their mission was, what they represented or even what kind of leadership they had. I even saw a couple of ladies walking around with infants so it was weird to say the least. I would say that if you did have a specific direction in life you just might fit in with this group of people, but if you are goal oriented and have a strong understanding of and respect for structure, you would be wise to steer clear of this establishment. It just seemed like a very disorganized process.

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    • The interview questions asked to me were on a two page sheet that the interviewing manager followed, things like give an example of your most difficult experience in... They were standard interviewing questions that anyone would ask but I must say I have never been in an interview before where someone read a question to me off of a piece of paper.   1 Answer

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  • Healthiest Employers, Denver Business Journal’s Champions of Health Care, 2015
  • Top Workplaces (Midsize Companies), The Denver Post, 2015
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