Compare Rubicon Project vs Appway BETASee how Appway vs. Rubicon Project compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Rubicon Project full-time for more than a year
- Great people, international culture - Exposure + client facing roles working with key players in ad tech - Promising roadmap - Good results in 2018, seemingly getting back on track - Free... food/lunch - Opportunities to grow into different roles, join other teams
- Platform can be considered a bit outdated when compared to tier 1 competitors - Hiring process not the best, considering the ambitions of the company. (UK recruitment) - Career growth and... opportunities depend more on disruption (people leaving), than on how the company as a whole/your team is performing.
Advice to Management
- Maintain focus on product innovation and advancements that deliver tangible results to our clients on the buy and sell sides, rather than focusing on short-term profitability. - Reward the... right people, especially in teams that drive tangible results and work with key clients/partners. Career growth plans which are largely set by middle managers need to be taken more seriously and reviewed with team members regularly. Inconsistencies in that respect between different teams, which is frustrating
I worked at Appway full-time for more than 3 years
Dynamic, minimal politics, good work-life balance, business is doing well CEO is nice and approachable, and coworkers are young and friendly Expert in a niche market
Limited growth & learning, middle-management mostly are not qualified and don’t know what they are doing. Very Zurich-centric and if you are not Swiss German, it might be difficult to get... your messages through. Lack of professional senior managers who knows how to operate and run a company that’s no longer a startup, which has outgrown the founder/CEO. Product is no evolving nearly as fast as necessary, which could be due to the fact that the CEO/founder is the only person in charge / have the say about the product strategy. Pay is average but there is a cap (eg 1-month) on bonus, minimal other benefits and no profit-sharing whatsoever
Advice to Management
Hire some professional, qualified senior managers such as a COO that has experience running a company this size or larger, a product manager who actually knows technology and banking, and a CFO who... actually knows accounting