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FlexPay Overview

Montreal, QC
1 to 50 employees
2011
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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FlexPay has been named in the Top 15 of the 2018 list of Best Workplaces in Quebec through Great Place to Work! https://bit.ly/2RUDkVT

Built with advanced machine learning algorithms and driven by AI, FlexPay is an enhanced payment gateway designed to ... Read more

Mission: Solve the false decline problems of Card-Not-Present commerce.

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FlexPay Founder, CEO Darryl Hicks
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Montreal, QC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Montreal, QC
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    I have been working at FlexPay full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Very cooperative working environment - from Management to entry level employee, great corporate culture and communication channels, good work life balance as long as you get the jobs done

    Cons

    Detailed employee annual review should be implemented which based on everyone's performance level

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FlexPay Photos

FlexPay photo of: Culture talk by Founder and CEO, Darryl Hicks, that really defines who FlexPay is.
FlexPay photo of: Celebrating a dedicated team who is invested into FlexPay's success.
FlexPay photo of: Tungsten is in the 2017 Top 10 of Best Workplaces in Canada in the small business category! Great workplaces spawn great products like FlexPay!
FlexPay photo of: Tungsten Revenue--generating bright ideas with the latest one being FlexPay.
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FlexPay Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Montreal, QC
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at FlexPay (Montreal, QC) in September-2017.

    Interview

    It all started with an online application. I sent in a detailed resume including my professional accomplishments and a standard cover letter. Within two hours, I received an initial phone screening. (Your mileage may vary)

    The interviewer was very cordial and professional. The screening questions revolved around an overview of my professional background as well as the reasons I had for leaving my current employment. The call ended with an on-site interview being scheduled the following Monday. A confirmation e-mail followed the phone call almost immediately.

    Upon arrival at the onsite interview, the staff showed a great amount of hospitality. The first interview was conducted by the Director of Operations and the Executive Assistant. The tone was very relaxed and comfortable and took the form of a "get to know you" kind of conversation rather than a formal Q&A. That being said, questions did do a good run down of my expertise and how they can apply to Tungsten's business. There was also a number of questions on what attracted me to the company and how I can fit into the culture. Expectations for the role have also been very clearly laid out from the get go.

    After the hour long interview, I was asked to come back for a second interview and that the date will be confirmed by e-mail.

    The following day, I arrived for my second interview with the CEO and COO. This second round took even more of the form of a conversation than the first interview. It was in a very comfortable sitting area in the CEO's office.

    The questions during this round leaned more towards personality and leadership than during the first round. For instance, many of the professional background questions demanded a certain level of personal introspection in order to answer fully. After the second interview, I was taken on a tour of the premises and met with my potential co-workers who had an opportunity to ask me questions.

    Towards the end of the process, I felt that whatever the final decision would be, the process was fair and very different from a traditional top down corporate setting. I got the sense that this company fosters and invests in its employees. In essence, a place that hires the brightest individuals it can find and gives them the freedom to prosper.

    I received an offer the following day.

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FlexPay Awards & Accolades

  • Best Small and Medium Workplaces in Canada, Great Place to Work Institute Canada, 2017
  • 2018 Great Place to work Quebec, Great Place to Work Canada, 2018
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