Compare Rapid7 vs Opencare BETASee how Opencare vs. Rapid7 compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Rapid7 full-time for more than 5 years
Rapid7 has a genuine dedication to learning and experimentation. The company is still a genuine meritocracy, good ideas come for all places and new thinking is an essential element. The company is... growing, both in terms of number of people, in knowledge, and in the scope of problems we are able to take on.
For better or for worse, you have to be a fairly self-motivated person to succeed here. This isn't like joining some 10,000 person enterprise where a 3-month on-boarding program provides you with all... the on the job training you could imagine. You learn by doing, just like everyone around you.
Advice to Management
Stay the course. You can't assume that everyone is equally committed and willing to work hard, but the cream rises to the top.
I have been working at Opencare full-time for less than a year
A great bourgeoning culture. The corporate culture at Opencare is developing and growing day by day. The best part is that you can join the team here and have a noticeable impact on it. Things... aren't stale or stuck, and it is a pleasure to see how we are growing and developing our culture. A thoughtful and dedicated team. It is great to be around a group of very thoughtful people. Since joining Opencare, I have found the team here really thinks things through, and emphasize using data to guide decisions. I get the sense that there isn't much we cannot accomplish. Office perks that make a difference. One of the perks of working here is we have our lunches catered every day. I don't have to think about what to make or bring to eat every day — one less thing to clutter my mind. Plus I find getting to sit with the team over a shared meal is a great way to forge bonds. We are all in this together. Having strong executive leadership dedicated to transparency makes it easy to feel "we are all in this together." Regular town halls where team members can ask any question go a long way to keep things clear and ensure we are all on the same page.
Working in a startup isn't for everyone. There is no shortage of problems to solve, and priorities can change very quickly. Opencare, like many businesses in their position, needs to be mindful... not to create new problems while solving for others.
Advice to Management
You build up your people, keep everyone mission-focused, and aren't afraid of trying new things. Keep up the great job.