- 5.0May 11, 2016
A great place to boost your careerSenior Data ScientistCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Amazing team and atmosphere, great work culture, fantastic product which is improved all the time. Feels like being a meaningful part of a growing company from the moment you start working.
Sometimes very challenging and demanding job but I guess that's not really a con.
- 5.0Jan 19, 2023Customer Service Manager (CSM)Current Employee, more than 1 year
People - Brilliant people Atmosphere - Always positive and heading forward Product - Optimove is getting more than a "CDP" and now have sophisticated engagers to connect with end users
Rapidly growing and it's hard to maintain the Optimove culture
- 3.0Aug 9, 2023Enterprise AECurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsNew York, NY
My experience with this company warrants a 3-star rating, as there are both positive and negative aspects that need consideration. On the positive side, the camaraderie among coworkers is a real asset. They create a supportive and collaborative environment that makes the workday more enjoyable. The benefits provided are also satisfactory, contributing to a balanced work-life equation. However, the company's management is a significant downfall. Micromanagement and unrealistic expectations are pervasive issues, stifling creativity and causing unnecessary stress. The frequent turnover within the management team compounds this problem, creating instability and hindering effective strategies. If an AE misses quota a few quarters in a row they immediately get fired even though nobody hits quota ever. Additionally, the lack of a well-defined Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) leads to confusion and wasted efforts. While salaries align with industry standards, the failure to meet On-Target Earnings (OTE) in the American context is disappointing and can lead to employee dissatisfaction. In summary, this company shows promise, but it requires substantial improvements. A focus on addressing micromanagement, setting realistic goals, and stabilizing the management team is essential. Clearing up the ICP and refining compensation structures would also contribute to a more positive work environment. With necessary changes, this company has the potential to thrive beyond its current 3-star rating.
Micro-managers Terrible work life balance1