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AppLearn Overview

Manchester, England
51 to 200 employees
2011
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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We are AppLearn and we made it our mission to understand adoption. We help businesses to ADOPT digital transformation, as the leading provider of software adoption solutions for enterprise organisations.

We have been at the forefront of the cloud software ... Read more

Mission: Our Core Values are at the heart of everything we do:
A - always learning
M- make it happen
A - all for all
Z- zealous approach
E - ego at the door

AppLearn Reviews

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    "Great company, great product, great future"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Manchester, England
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Manchester, England
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    I have been working at AppLearn full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    - Great team of individuals all working enthusiastically towards the same goal
    - Great product, with lots of potential to be a market-leading solution for Digital Adoption
    - Great future - investment in 2019 has boosted the talent internally, headed up by a CEO and COO with experience, vision and passion to succeed.

    The company has gone through a massive transformation in the last 12 months with the appointment of a new COO who is taking the business towards the ultimate goal of being market leaders. He has brought in new processes and is building a vision for the company, with new talent to assist that plan. The investment from K1 means the company is now able to take the product to the next level, hire talented and experienced staff and bring in new benefits for existing staff. We take part in monthly WOW team events where the company gets together for social events and has a bit of fun taking part in things like the Crystal Maze.

    I'd recommend anyone looking to move to a small business with big ambitions, who isn't afraid of a bit of hard work to get onboard. I have no doubt there will be big rewards!

    Cons

    The office isn't the best, it is dark and dated and isn't the best advert for a tech company - but, there are conversations underway around the office space.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work and invest in new office premises with a nice interior fit-out - it will help with recruitment and staff retention. We spend most of our day at work, it should be a nice environment to be in.

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AppLearn Interviews

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    Graphic Designer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Manchester, England
    No Offer
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at AppLearn (Manchester, England) in August 2016.

    Interview

    I've been contacted by a recruiter that fixed an appointment for me for an interview. The meeting lasted for 1 hour and 40 minutes and I met the project manager first and then two members of the creative team.
    Two days after the recruiter contacted me again asking to complete a test for the company that took approximately two days to be completed. I sent the artwork back to the recruiter that re-sent it to the company and day after I was invited for a second meeting with the team as "they thought I did a good job with the brief", but after two hours from the receipt of the email i got a second email that said: "AppLearn have asked me to delay for the moment... as they are having another look at the role" with the promise to come back to me the day after.
    After five days and a mail to the company [the Project Manager gave me her business card], that never replied, the recruiter came back to me saying: "it sounds like they have looked again at the tasks and responsibilities and feel it would now suit a more junior candidate with a lower salary", adding that he really hopes this doesn’t turn out to be a waste of my time.

    I believe that before wasting people's time with tests and tasks a company need to be sure about the position they're looking to fill. It's ok not getting a job as you fail a skills test, but is unacceptable wasting two entire days and succeeding on the task just to discover that the company was not sure about what they were looking for.

    Interview Questions

    • They asked me several questions about my working method, the way I get inspired and how much time does it take to me to work on different typologies of projects.   1 Answer
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