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Seismic Overview

San Diego, CA (US)
501 to 1000 employees
2010
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Seismic, ranked as one of the Best Places to Work by Inc. Magazine, is a rapidly growing Forbes Cloud 100 company, and is the recognized category leader in sales enablement. Seismic unites marketing and sales teams in delivering the most compelling stories throughout a ... Read more

Mission: We're transforming the way sales and marketing teams work together.

Seismic Reviews

  • "A rewarding place to work"

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    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Seismic full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Seismic is innovative and inspiring. It's fast-paced, flexible and fun. The team culture is the best I have ever worked with, coming to work each day is never a chore.

    Cons

    The same as most start-ups, processes could be better, hours are not 9-5

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Seismic Interviews

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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA (US)
    Accepted Offer
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    Average Interview

    Interview

    I had a 1 hour long call with a hiring manager, then a 4 hour in person loop, then a 4 hour take home coding challenge. Everyone was well spoken, the questions were not overly algorithms based but more open problem solving. The in person loop had some whiteboarding, system design, and problem solving but no code writing. The take home challenge was a reasonable but difficult problem to be solved in the language / framework of your choosing.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe and whiteboard one of the more complicated projects you've worked on   Answer Question
    • A system design question and a problem solving question   Answer Question
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Seismic Awards & Accolades

  • San Diego Business Journal Best Places to Work, San Diego Business Journal, 2019
  • Forbes Cloud 100 List, Forbes, 2019
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