86% would recommend to a friend
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- 5.0Aug 9, 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
In two years I have gotten further in my career than I ever could have imagined. It would have taken me 10 years to get where I am at a different company, and with less impressive customers and smaller deal sizes. I have learned from the industries best at the top security companies in the world (CheckPoint, Palo Alto Networks, etc.) and have had the opportunity to travel and meet with the C levels at Fortune 100 companies regularly. The knowledge and credentials of the Indeni executives is unmatched. To get the chance to learn from our CEO, Yoni, who is incredibly well respected and revered in the InfoSec world, is an amazing gift. Our other executive management also has incredibly impressive careers from top organizations (Cisco, CheckPoint), and have mentored me in so many ways. I would not even have access to these people at most organizations. For many of the top companies globally, we are an essential product. To quote one of the leading multi-billion dollar healthcare systems in the US, "without Indeni, we would not have been prepared for an event such as COVID. We have not had a business impact due to the health and stability of our environment". Our customers have an incredibly low churn rate for a company of our age, and our customers rave about us. Specifically, they value the Indeni team and our vision. I have never had a company with such hardworking, honest, and supportive colleagues. Everyone truly cares about the growth and success of the company, as well as the individuals. No one is too important to take time out for an internal 1:1 to answer any questions, or educate you on a topic, regardless of your title. The opportunities here are endless. I have not only made lifelong friends here, but also I have connections at the most important companies at the C level, an incredible resume if I ever apply to business school, and amazing benefits and pay. Every day is challenging, rewarding, exciting, and fun. I feel very fortunate to have the job I have, and the team I work with. It is an absolute pleasure to work for this company, and I see a big future here for all employees. The potential here is endless if you want it. I hope to work here a very long time.
This is an early-stage company. You have to work very hard. This is not a place where it's acceptable to slack-off or put in a half-hearted effort. You will not be a cog in the wheel where all leads, materials, processes are handed to you. You need to be scrappy, be a self-starter, ambitious, and motivated. That environment is not for everyone. This is not a company with tons of corporate parties, happy hours, getaways, etc. At this stage, we do not have the perks of a public company. This is still a start-up. You need to fill in your own gaps. It can be sink or swim. There is no hand-holding, and there is no time for BS, whining, blowing things off, or insincerity. You are held to the highest standard, and that can put a lot of pressure on people, and potentially create burn-out if you don't have a work/life balance. People work 12 hour days, sometimes 6 days a week. It is a grind. If you want to be flying to Mexico for a sales quarterly kick-off this is not the place for you.
- 5.0Aug 25, 2016Account Development RepresentativeCurrent EmployeeSan Francisco, CA
-Solid product without true competitors and a genuine need. -You are not micromanaged. -Great advisors, great leadership. -Employees come from all stages of life with all different backgrounds. -Change comes quickly here, not a lot of formalities like at large companies. This is SO nice. -Co-workers are driven, collaborative, intelligent, and fun. -Optimism mixed with practicality. -Early mornings, early departures. -The team LOVES GIFs. -Sometimes we do lunch time work outs and sometimes we get fried chicken. -2 team lunches per week. -Unlimited PTO. -Companied wide growth at a reasonable rate. -This is a start up with a real niche. indeni allows you to have a balanced life. You are challenged, surrounded by great people with a great product and can still have a personal life. I love it here.
-Even though our product is about being proactive, start ups inherently lean towards "learn as you go". Sometimes that impacts the day to day a lot, but everyone is quick on their feet to adjust. We also have great advisors helping us avoid being reactive. -Background in this industry would be extremely beneficial. -Early mornings. -The team take GIFs very seriously. (Max) -Rogue nerf darts.
- 5.0Aug 25, 2016Sales EngineerCurrent EmployeeSan Francisco, CA
indeni has amazing opportunities for learning and career growth. I feel that my input is heard and counts. There is nothing less than encouraging management and colleagues. Positive focus on personal/work balance. My job allows me to continue working in the IT field with new and legacy products as well as geek out with awesome customers and prospects.
Keep in mind, we are expanding from a business and staff perspective so these points could change as we move forward: No 401k or section 138 at the moment No telecommute policy (however, this keeps team focus) Don't spell indeni with a capital I...you will get nerf'd ;)3
- 5.0Feb 2, 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
Great work life balance and generous employee benefit policies. I often heard the phrase 'family first' when asking for PTO, and never made to feel guilty for taking the time when needed. I was able to work remotely while traveling around Europe, which is something not very many employers would allow you to do. Clients, IKE’s, and the Community. I've been lucky to work with some of the best minds with deep industry experience. I've found that clients, employees, and community members have a passion for IT and enjoy learning/sharing which makes coming into work really fun. A great place to learn. Everyone has a different level of experience, so I've found it easy to ask questions and get really great answers, and also get involved. They provide an education/conference stipend and do lunch and learns. You will be encouraged to do things that you’ve never done before or something that will force you to look it up and learn. However, engineers and others are always happy to share knowledge and super responsive to internal tech channels if you need help understanding something. Ownership of projects. Indeni is a great place to really take full ownership of a project or improving something where you see a need. It’s not the place to complain that you should have this and that, it’s the place where you can make it and be the solution. Management is easily accessible and there’s an emphasis on working closely and collaboratively. Product and Engineering are very open to feedback and responsive to what’s happening in the field, which ultimately makes each version iteration better and better. Relaxed and dog friendly environment. We have Monday pump-up's where we grab coffee, sit on the couches and talk about our weekend, get in sync with any goals we have that week. There's always music playing and sometimes nerf fights! Great crew of people in San Francisco and Tel Aviv. They’re not only the smartest people you’ve met, but also very creative and/or passionate about something outside of their job title.
There's a lot to do and sometimes a lot of traveling. It can be easy to work 24/7, be sure you communicate when you need a break, or PTO. You will be disappointed if you want a magical-kitchen with endless supplies of goodies and rotating kombucha tap. Personally, I’ve seen enough of that in the bay so find the office refreshing and comfortable; a relaxing place to work. Early start times. This took some getting used to, but the early start time actually improved my commute life. While there’s an emphasis on learning, there’s no fully formed internal training resources. You will need to hit the ground running, which is not for everyone. However, just remember that it’s okay if you try and fail. Just keep asking questions and keep trying to improve. You will be challenged. This is a good thing, and to be expected given the nature of the product and caliber of people that work there. But it’s not for everyone. If you don’t have a passion for IT and the potential of the product, you may find it hard to keep up.5
- 5.0Aug 27, 2015Enterprise Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSan Mateo, CA
- supportive, collaborative environment with the right amount of competition - strong product that keeps getting stronger -- customers actually see the value and want/need it! - fun startup vibe and culture -- free lunch 2x a week, friday happy hours, occasional team boot camps, fun outings - everyone is open to feedback and growth, your opinion is actually valued and you feel like you're really a part of something that could be huge.
- Most cons so far are short lived start up pains -- could occasionally use more resources, tight space but should be moving to a new office soon, etc.
- 5.0Aug 25, 2016Sales RepresentativeCurrent EmployeeSan Francisco, CA
Leadership is huge at a early stage startup. The leadership here is phenomenal. They are always taking feedback and learning from everyone on the team. Our advisors/leadership come from successful backgrounds but there are no egos here. The team culture is exceptional! We work hard and play hard!
This is still a very small startup. If you don't like taking initiative and solving problems this isn't the place for you.
- 5.0Jul 20, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
Fast paced startup growing by leaps and bounds constantly. Not a lot of corporate "Red-Tape", lot's of room for personal professional growth. Super reasonable hours. Really fun coworkers
The normal growing pains of an early stage startup, still growing and developing SOPs, not all the bells and whistles of a post IPO startup, but they are on their way.
- 5.0Aug 28, 2015Solutions EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
indeni is an extremely unique solution and most customers/prospects can see value very quickly. The deployment of the solution is very quick which also makes testing it quite easy. internally I enjoy the work environment being highly energetic and it's a great example of "work hard and play hard".
The product is very different to what organizations are used to today. This results in more explanation and education required as well as individuals not understanding it immediately as they're used to.
- 5.0Aug 27, 2015Sales ManagerCurrent EmployeePalo Alto, CA
Transparent executive management with focused, intelligent employees with drive to succeed. Meanwhile, there's a lot of laughter - especially once someone gets shot by the nerf guns.
We are a start up, so naturally we are always learning and figuring things out as we grow - though to be honest, that's a Pro.
- 5.0Feb 10, 2015Account Development RepresentativeCurrent Employee
I don't even know where to start! I've been with indeni for a little over a month now. The team dynamic and culture is fun and supportive. It is obvious that management is passionate about indeni and encourages growth and development.
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Thank you for the great review! We are always looking to get smart & driven people to join our team and grow. The best way to build a big company is on a strong foundation of people who grew up with it!
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Indeni has an overall rating of 4.3 out of 5, based on over 23 reviews left anonymously by employees. 86% of employees would recommend working at Indeni to a friend and 77% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.
86% of Indeni employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Indeni 4.3 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.5 for culture and values and 4.3 for career opportunities.