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Mc Lean, VA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Telecommunications Services
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Verizon, Comcast, Microsoft
Founded in 2001, iCore is leading the revolution as the first provider to bring customized Unified Communications and Cloud services together for an all-in-one experience that accepts no limitations. Our network completely replaces outdated PBX systems and eliminates all capital ... Read more

Mission: All-in-one communications technology is at the heart of iCore. It’s what we do. We don’t just push boundaries, we steamroll them—making room for your business to take the world by storm. We are the first provider to bring customized Unified ... Read more

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iCore Networks CEO, Chairman & Founder Stephen G. Canton
Stephen G. Canton
55 Ratings
  • "Account Executive"

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    Positive Outlook
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    flexibility in work schedule, career growth, work-life balance, uncapped commission


    very young company, quality management varies between offices

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iCore Networks Interviews



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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
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    Average Interview


    I applied through other source. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at iCore Networks in October 2014.


    I got a call from their HR who found my resume on monster. She was extremely nice and we had about a 15min conversation on the phone where she asked the usual questions - why are you looking to leave, why are you interested in iCore, etc. Then we scheduled the next interview on site to meet with a few people including the head of the department.

    I was told that there is a 4 step interview process - 1 phone screen, 2 meet with department, 3 shadowing day, 4 meet with CEO. well the position I was interviewing for had no "department," so I met with the CEO with 2 other people in the room for the second interview. I could tell that the CEO really cared about his company, but the meeting was somewhat unusual for me because I was not expecting to do the last step as the second step, and I felt like a student being schooled during the entire time. At the end of it however, I felt positive because he spoke as if he was ready to offer me the position.

    I went through a 3rd and 4th round, each about a couple of hours, the 3rd being meeting with people in cross departmental positions and 4th with a couple more that the position might remotely be tied to. There was no "shadowing" day for me because again, no department for that position. I thought the 3rd and 4th interview could be tied into one. The people I met with were nice and professional. I asked all of them if they liked working there and they all said they liked it. However, many of them were recent hires - one head of a department has been there for only 4 months. after the final interview the HR person told me she would be reaching out to me in a few days.

    the end of week came and went, so I followed up next week and was told that they went with another candidate.

    Overall I thought:
    - the first person you talk to, the HR person, is energetic and nice but you can tell she's very tired and overworked;
    - the presentation of the space was very lacking, half of the building is in construction and the cubicles just look sad;
    - you have to pay for parking each and every time and they don't reimburse you for that which kind of sucks;
    - all indications are that work/life balance is poor and the environment does not seem all that happy but if you ask them directly whether they like working there, they all say they love it.
    - mandatory 8am company meetings may not be warranted every single day;
    - definitely takes a certain kind of person (perhaps a workaholic) who is willing to overlook a lot of things to fit into their company culture.

    I'm sure many talented individuals work there and it is a good company in many respects, but evaluation of the company and the job and whether it fits into your current goals is necessary as much as they evaluate you.

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iCore Networks Awards & Accolades

  • Unified Communications Product of the Year, TMCnet, 2015
  • Hot Ticket Award--Hottest Company Culture, Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), 2014
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