I worked at iMagicLab full-time (More than 3 years)
I worked at iMagicLab (CRMSuite) for 3 years, and I'm super grateful for my time there. I started out in an entry level job and within a year was able to move into management and then to sales. The growth potential for individuals at this company is unlike anything I've seen elsewhere. Literally the only thing that limits how high you can climb is your performance. The product is exceptional and the team all believes in it. If you stand out in your work, you'll be rewarded for it. It's a demanding job (always have to be available for clients), but if you know that going in and set your expectations appropriately you'll be fine. Most of the negativity on this board comes from folks who just aren't a good fit for the company (despite being established, things often feel like a startup; some people hate that while others thrive in that environment).
There is truth to the comments some folks have made about change happening often and having a fair amount of turnover. But everyone there knows what kind of company they are a part of. The instability in structure is what allows for flexibility in growth. You can't really have one without the other. Don't come here if you aren't willing to hustle and open to wearing multiple hats. Also, much of the expertise that you gain here is limited to a pretty specific career niche, so consider where you'd like to be long term before committing.
Advice to Management
CRMSuite's success has come primarily from ignoring unsolicited advice. :)
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at iMagicLab (Sarasota, FL) in September 2015.
Asked the standard array of questions, easy to answer, slightly unprofessional setting, and presentation. I was not asked for any credentials, and the manager swore during the interview which I thought was horribly unprofessional.
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