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Quantexa Overview

London, England
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
IT Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable


Quantexa is a software company that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and data analytics to deliver a 360° view of customer activity. From fraud, anti-money laundering and customer insight, Quantexa delivers enhanced intelligence for businesses to make better decisions ... Read more

Quantexa Reviews

  • "From start-up to scale-up"

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    Current Employee - Manager
    Current Employee - Manager
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    I have been working at Quantexa full-time (More than a year)


    A place to develop, grow, and work with some exceptional people! A real collaborative enviornment (even in lockdown) with strong approachable leaders. An ambitious company with an amazing culture and a great working envionment.


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Quantexa Interviews



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Getting an Interview




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    Front End Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    A controlling interviewer who wasted an enormous amount of my time on a 3-stage interview and basically admitted that he's using the take-home assignment stage to harvest people's code and ideas, for which they don't receive a single penny. He seems to take satisfaction in making people dance and trying to "prove" that he is the better developer. Clearly the power has gone to his head.

    After a challenging first stage face-to-face interview I was given a complex Angular project with only a week to complete it. I was busy that week and ended up with just 3 days left to do it. I think that considering the limited time and circumstances I did a good job; however, it was very rushed so I wasn't sure it would pass.

    But it did pass and I was invited to the final stage for which I was asked to prepare a 20-minute presentation about a project I have worked on in the past. I spent the week preparing my slides which turned out to be almost a sidenote to the interview. Seemingly almost half the interview was spent going over my rushed code with a fine-toothed comb and kicking me around over a few things I admitted I would do differently if I had more time.

    Presumably they expect their candidates to drop everything and, for no pay, turn out production-quality code and a lesser work of art which they can crib from at their leisure.

    In future I am not going to do any interviews where I notice these controlling tendencies from the beginning. I recommend the same course to other people as well.

    Interview Questions

    • To give a presentation about a project I have worked on before.   Answer Question
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