Decision Tech Overview

  • London, United Kingdom
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2005
  • Subsidiary or Business Segment
  • Internet & Web Services
  • $25 to $50 million (USD)

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Decision Tech kicked off on a sofa in East London back in 2005. Three guys, a few ancient laptops, enough cash for the business to survive for three months and a big dose of ambition. The philosophy of the business? To work with cool people, in a company we all loved being ...
Mission: The Decision Tech mission is to create comparison experiences that connect people with the very best products and services.

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Decision Tech Reviews

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Michael Phillips
26 Ratings
Former Employee, more than 3 years

"Amazing place to work at with great opportunities in a fun, high achieving environment"

Jun 7, 2020 - Partnerships Account Manager in London, England
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO


Great focus on culture that allows for a fast paced environment Driven and skilled teams Lots of training opportunities for professional development High achieving company Great social events


Lack of flexibility on working from home

Advice to Management

The focus on maintaining a fun environment to work in, has worked so well and will be key to future success - thanks to all for my time at the company!
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Decision Tech Interviews

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Applied online17%
Recruitment Agency17%

  1. Senior Front End Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Declined Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Decision Tech (London, England) in Dec 2020


    Applied through a recruiter. There were lots of rounds but it didn't feel that way because of how short each round was, and how quick Decision Tech were to give feedback!

    First round was a quick phone call with the Head of Development. It didn't go into too much depth - just a general chat about my work history and reasons for applying.

    Second round was a take-home coding challenge. Vanilla JS based - adding functionality to a made up FE framework.

    Third round involved reviewing the take-home challenge with a developer from Decision Tech, and then pair-programming to implement more functionality and unit tests.

    Forth round was a chat with the Head of Development (again) and a non-technical manager. This covered some higher-level (architectural) technical concepts, and ways of working.

    Fifth and Sixth rounds were apparently a formality. The fifth round involved talking with the CTO, again talking about why I applied at Decision Tech, what I enjoyed about programming, work history etc. Sixth round was a chat with someone from HR. Both of these were quite relaxed.

    All things considered I had a very positive experience. Decision Tech was very efficient throughout the process and left a very positive impression on me. I was offered a role, but the only reason I declined was because I had an offer elsewhere that was more suited to my personal situation. It was a difficult choice to make!

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Company Updates

April 1, 2019
Decision Tech is delighted to be partnering with Yolt - Unthink Money in providing a next generation energy switching service via our partner APIs. We are proud to be saving money for over 500,000 Yolt mobile app users.
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Yolt partnership will shake up the energy price comparison market
May 4, 2018
Decision Tech is excited to become part of the Moneysupermarket Group family. This is an exciting opportunity for our team to work on new technology, projects and products.
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Decision Tech to join the Group

Decision Tech Awards & Accolades

  • UK Best Workplaces: Small Category 2018Great Places to Work2018
  • Great Place to WorkGreat Place to Work2017

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