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www.icore.com
Mc Lean, VA
51 to 200 employees
2001
Company - Private
Telecommunications
$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 Our network completely replaces outdated PBX systems and eliminates all capital ...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
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    Pros

    Everyday and every minute is something new!

    Cons

    Better Career Growth Opportunities for all

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iCore Networks Photos

iCore Networks photo of: iCore's HR team at Helios Apollo Awards
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iCore Networks Interviews

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    Technical Support Engineer Interview

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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at iCore Networks in August 2015.

    Interview

    The interview process was very unorganized. Went in at the designated interview time and was promptly greeted and interviewed by the HR representative for about 10 minutes. Then I was told to wait in the lobby for a second interview with a manager. I waited for about 30 minutes before they realized how long I was waiting and then I was told to shadow a technical support engineer. I then shadowed him for about 1 hour to about 1 1/2 hours, before the employee I was shadowing started wondering what was taking so long. He went to find out what was happening, and when he came back I was told the manager had no idea he was scheduled for an interview with me. So I finally went in for an interview and was constantly being interrupted as the manager was on a conference call throughout the process. I was asked about my resume and experience and he asked a few troubleshooting questions. Towards the end of the interview we were once again interrupted by another manager, before I was finally shown out.

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iCore Networks Awards & Accolades

  • Unified Communications Product of the Year, TMCnet, 2015
  • Helios Apollo Award - Thio Finalist, Helios HR, 2015
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