Mission: Designed for today’s always-on, social and mobile savvy customer, Vision Critical’s technology helps large, customer-centric enterprises discover what their customers want so they can deliver what they need. Vision Critical’s customer intelligence ...
We saw many innovative and impressive projects during our latest hackathon. Congrats to everyone who participated. More pictures on our Instagram page: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQskQ
Wishing our incredible customers a happy Valentine's Day.
Why work for Vision Critical?
You want to help change the way the world views customers.
From professional sports teams to Fortune 100 companies, we work with some of the biggest brands in the world—and so will you. We’re a successful global software company with a start-up mentality. Our leadership team is always available, teams work side-by-side and fresh perspectives are not only encouraged, they’re celebrated.
Vision Critical was born from the idea that there had to be a better way for companies to connect with the people who matter most to them: their customers. The belief that people matter is at the core of our culture.
We believe that people have wisdom that’s worth listening to, learning from and acting on. Be one of those people at Vision Critical.
I have been working at Vision Critical full-time (More than a year)
Vision Critical is a top notch company to work for! They really do drink their own Kool Aid and listen to what their employees are saying. It is a very collaborative culture where everyone is working toward the same goal. The management team is very open to welcoming different styles and ideas in the door which make it a fun atmosphere. I have never felt micro managed, instead it is a 'do your job well and we won't ask you too many questions' type of place, which overall breeds happier employees.
As of late it has been fast paced with lots of changes to keep up with. That said, they try to prep you as much as possible to ensure you are up to speed with any changes that are coming. Only other con I can think of is that I wish our office had more people. We are a little small in the Minneapolis/Bloomington office right now, however that does make us a tight knit group!
Advice to Management
Keep up the awesome work!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Vision Critical (Toronto, ON).
A coordinator reaches out in July about a role to which I applied. I was passed off to another recruiter for an intro call. I felt the person was disengaged in her job despite my effort to give comprehensive responses regarding my background. Heard back 4 weeks later that the leadership team took the hiring to a different direction.
Summary: This company is lost on what it is doing, pays pitifully, and plays games with would-be talents to steer the company in the right direction.