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Ipro Tech Overview

Tempe, AZ (US)
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$10 to $25 million (CAD) per year


Privately owned & operated since 1989, Ipro is a global leader in the development of enterprise solutions used by legal professionals to streamline the electronic discovery process. Our clients are law firms, corporations, government agencies and legal service ... Read more

Mission: Our company mission is "To Put Our Clients In A Position To Win". Whether that client is a small law firm working on their first eDiscovery request or a large corporation using digital fingerprinting to save hundreds of thousands of dollars on ... Read more

Ipro Tech Reviews

  • "Challenging Work, Fantastic Team"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Tempe, AZ (US)
    Former Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Tempe, AZ (US)
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Ipro Tech full-time (More than a year)


    Competitive pay
    Fantastic and helpful team members
    Understanding management
    Difficult work that pushes you to increase your understanding of the technology
    Opportunity for advancement


    Operating in a call queue
    International customers can be a pain
    The product development team has released incomplete or buggy software, which falls on the support department to retain customers over

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Ipro Tech Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Sr. Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Phoenix, AZ (US)
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Ipro Tech (Phoenix, AZ (US)) in November 2019.


    Start your journey on their Careers page. I love that this field is so specialized they want someone who ONLY WRITES JAVASCRIPT UNIT TESTS. You are redirected to a weird 3rd party Applicant Tracking System where you spend hours entering your personal information because their resume parser is crap. I actually emailed their HR department directly because this experience was so poor.

    I was almost immediately rejected by a big bold DECLINED response from some automated JIRA system. I hope their customers don't get these every time they contact support. 10 days later (after I was already put off by them) I got an email from HR to set up a video conferencing meeting. The gentlemen I spoke to were great, very reasonable, really nice attitude. They talked about how "this company is owned by a small private equity firm and they are still trying to monetize with the 60 employees we already have." I feel the necessity for this business, as if I help lawyers work better, then they can help citizens better. I wish I had a million dollars every time someone said "we're still trying to monetize."

    I learned from their interview not to be shy about the parts of my work I am most proud of, even though most people would consider it unproductive, creative intellectual pursuits. I explained some of my experience in ITSM and he got all excited about the additional leverage I had in my skill set. But then it got weird and he told me I "would only be writing selenium tests." I'm fine with that, if that's all they want out of me. I am use to wearing multiple hats working for start-ups, but whatever. But I showed them some selenium tests and utilities I wrote. I also said "I can show you my Github." I feel like that's the software developer version of "I can show you my Instagram." and NOBODY CARES!

    When we hung up I didn't hear back for another 2 months. 2 or 3 IGNORED emails. Obvious rejection apparently. Even though their Careers page has specific cities associated with their roles they expressed openness to being flexible and I think even some remote work. They can't even throw me a bone and give me a remote task to work on from home. 2 percent unemployment is a blanket lie for the US economy, the government is just trying to prevent a recession by keeping people busy with menial work.

    Interview Questions

    • Do you have experience with automated testing for Javascript apps?   1 Answer
    • What game engine are you working on?   1 Answer
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Ipro Tech Awards & Accolades

  • Top Company to Work for in Arizona, AZ Central, 2015

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