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San Francisco, CA (US)
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Quantcast is on a mission to help brands grow in the AI era. We are creating the System of Intelligence for the marketing ecosystem so clients can make every customer engagement smarter, faster and more relevant. Since 2006, we’ve been building ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to use using machine learning to drive human learning helping brands grow in the AI-era.

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Quantcast CEO and Founder Konrad Feldman
Konrad Feldman
215 Ratings
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    "Energizing environment, exciting space, smart people"

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    Current Employee - Sales in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Sales in San Francisco, CA (US)
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    I have been working at Quantcast full-time (Less than a year)


    Joined the company a little under a year ago. I've been in the digital media space for a while now, and without naming names, I've worked at some of those pie-in-the-sky companies that people in the Bay Area dream of working for. Every place has it's pros and cons when it comes to perks & culture. No place is perfect. I always say, you need to know which things are truly important to YOU, take inventory of the good and the bad, and if the good outweighs the bad and you're working with people you like, consider yourself extremely lucky. The job is hard, and expectations are high, and the industry is fairly complex. But people here are super willing to help, leadership is really invested in developing their existing talent (never been part of a sales org that does as much on-going training as this place does!!), and most people seems to be doing pretty well.
    General list of 'pros' below:

    +The sellers here are SO SMART. I'm constantly impressed & inspired by them. In some of my past sales roles I felt surrounded by entitled and bored sellers... this place is NOT like that, and that's my #1 most favorite thing from a culture standpoint.
    +Most of the sales leaders (at least within my sales channel) were originally AEs here... so, clear examples of upward mobility.
    +TONS of sales training. Not just on our product, but general sales stuff.
    +Catered lunches daily, fully stocked kitchens, etc.
    +Monthly happy hours
    +Amazing rooftop deck, beautiful views of the city, really great place to have lunch with coworkers on sunny day
    +lots of clubs & groups putting on various activities
    +I really think we have one of the best products in our space, and that's pretty key since I'm trying to sell it :)
    +4 months maternity leave, plus a ramp-back-in month... not something I've needed to take advantage of just yet, but it's important!


    -Not dog friendly :(
    -We have some challenges around our tech stack in terms of sales tools... maybe I'm just used to having more, but seems like we're still in the earlier stages of selecting some of those common tools. But good news is, I think it's going to improve?
    -Our MBOs get adjusted fairly often. Not a huge deal, but since they do make up a small portion of our pay-out it would be nice to be more consistent quarter over quarter vs. changing it up all the time.

    Advice to Management

    Continue putting resources towards employee development! This is one of my favorite things. If you keep that, you'll continue to attract people who are hungry to learn, and those are the best people.

    Konrad & other leaders do a great job of laying out roadmaps often. We move quickly, and it's so exciting to get regular updates on everything thats happening now to move us into the future!

    I do think our CRO could be more accessible to people within the sales org who are multiple levels below... doesn't seem like he has much interaction with individual sellers, or even some front-line managers. I think it's really important for the people at the very top to get down in the trenches every now and then so they have a more realistic understanding of our day-to-day, challenges, trends etc.

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA (US)
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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Quantcast (San Francisco, CA (US)).


    HR is very good, their response is very fast. From booking flight to booking hotel, they can arrange these stuff in a very good manner.

    Interview Questions

    • Ask a lot about big data platform knowledge, due to lack of the knowledge of these fields, my answer is not good.   2 Answers
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Quantcast Awards & Accolades

  • Employees’ Choice Awards - Best Places to Work(Top 50 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work For), Glassdoor, 2015
  • Employees’ Choice Awards: Best Places to Work, Glassdoor, 2016
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