Zuora Overview

  • www.zuora.com
  • Redwood City, CA
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 2007
  • Company - Public (ZUO )
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

Customers have changed. They’re looking for new ways to engage with businesses. Consumers today have a new set of expectations. They want outcomes, not ownership. Customization, not generalization. Constant improvement, not planned obsolescence. The result? Businesses are ...
Mission: Our vision is simple. We call it “The World Subscribed,” and it’s the idea that one day every company will be a part of the Subscription Economy. Our mission is to enable the world’s best companies to win in the Subscription Economy.

Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2018(#42), 2015(#26), 2014(#28)

Top CEOs: 2014(#14)

Company Updates

October 27, 2020
“Love all, serve all.” We're excited to welcome our first Chief Diversity Officer, Valerie Jackson, to the ZEO family on November 9th. Valerie has focused on building and leading inclusion and talent initiatives in global companies for nearly 15 years in the technology and legal industries. Read more about her journey in our latest blog. Welcome, Valerie!
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Q&A with Zuora Chief Diversity Officer Valerie Jackson - Zuora
June 24, 2020
In June we’re proud to honor Pride Month. Our ZEOs have come together on the side of justice and as allies to our Black community, and we carry that same work through to our LGBTQIA+ community. Pride is intersectional at its core. The Pride movement we know today wouldn’t exist without the tireless work of Black LGBTQIA+ members. There would be no parades or celebrations without the protests and riots at Stonewall, and without activists like Marsha P. Johnson. We pledge to amplify all voices that aren’t often heard the loudest in our continuous effort to foster a culture of inclusivity at Zuora.
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Zuora Reviews

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Tien Tzuo
299 Ratings
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"Good place to learn both business and technology"

Apr 23, 2021 - Senior Software Engineer
Positive Outlook
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Full of opportunities to conquer challenges on both technology and business


sometime the strategy is too dynamic
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Diversity & Inclusion at Zuora

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Zuora Interviews

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  1. Principal Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Beijing, Beijing, Beijing
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    Coding interview + System Design + Behavior Questions + HR

    The first coding interview somehow turned out to become a system design question and it lasted more than 2 hr long. One thing surprised me was that the interviewer didn't know BFS but the requirement of the coding question was basically build a tree and search for a node.

    The System Design round had 2 interviewers (an architect and a manager) and they interviewed me at the same time (not a shadow one). Two things I don't like were a) I could tell that the knowledge of system design between those 2 people was not on the same page; b) the manager jumped in to the interview after being 15 mins late and started to challenge my designs without knowing about requirements and assumption I've clarified with the other interviewer, I had to make random adjustment which broke into my thoughts. To be honest, I became a little bit angry during the interview and started to challenge interviewers about their questions.

    (I learnt afterward that the manager supposed to be an interviewer of the next behavior questions interview but not this tech interview)

    The behavior question interviewer was a director. The overall experience was OK, but it was a little bit difficult to make him to understand the challenge of cross-org projects. He always think about communication/escalations between "teams" while I was talking about organizations or people isn't in the same reporting chains.

    The other impression of the interview was that all the interviewers are very familiar with their own products and how their company works. They prefer to have answers closer to what they are familiar with.

    Tree data structure and corresponding algorithms. Performance improvement of an existing workflow.

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Zuora Awards & Accolades

  • Highest Rated Cloud Company to Work ForBattery Ventures and Glassdoor2018
  • Best Places to WorkSF Business Times2018
  • Best Places to WorkGlassdoor2018
  • CODIE Product of the YearSIIA - Codie Awards2017
  • Forbes Magazine Cloud 100Forbes2017

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