Account Executive (Current Employee) – Provo, UT – July 2, 2018
They really do take their core beliefs (TACOS) into consideration and want to make you feel a part of the Qualtrics family. They are a really great company to learn necessary skills and to advance your career but do have some things to work out... but what company doesn't?
High turnover because they are trying to grow too fast.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – September 29, 2017
Pros: Great benefits and flexible schedule. Qualtrics has a beautiful office with many employee perks like catered food, gym, child playroom, snacks, etc. They also host amazing events. Cons: Do not join the EX team! Bad leadership, vision, and metrics. Even though we use our own survey technology to gather employee feedback, upper management didn't make the necessary changes to save a failing team. Our team was eventually diminished after they realized they messed up and screwed over all the account executives that joined the EX team in 2016-2017.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – July 10, 2017
The future is bright there. I view the company as a car continuously wrecking but overall able to move forward.
If you're in a position outside of sales, great. If you're in sales, well, your career has already been determined for you. Your territory will define your succes. If you don't believe me, last quarter less than 25% of softwate reps hit their quota
Implementation Specialist Intern (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – April 9, 2017
It was inspiring to intern at Qualtrics, I really enjoyed my time there! I loved how much autonomy I was given to do my job and to try to improve the processes involved. I felt I was given real ownership over my responsibilities.
There are great benefits to working at Qualtrics, foremost the people that the company hires. The quality of my coworkers was incredible.
Free lunch and breakfast, open floor plan, approachable management, intelligent coworkers, dogs allowed at work
Enterprise Sales Director (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – January 26, 2017
Qualtrics is the epitome of a fun place to work, free food, drinks, a pub in the office and a basketball court and fitness center on site. It is however, ultra competitive and there are over 500 cut throat sales people so if you do not do well, you will not survive over a year.
Fun place, great springboard, not somewhere you want to stay long
Product Specialist (Current Employee) – Provo, UT – October 25, 2016
Qualtrics is a great company, but they aren't really honest in the recruiting process. I was told I would be working one-on-one with clients, teaching them and building out solutions. Never once did they use the words "Support" or "Call center", but that's exactly what it is. The problem is, the job is hard: you have to be clever to solve the customers' problems. So Qualtrics has to hire really smart, qualified people, but ultimately, it's still just a call center. They incentivize quantity over quality. They don't provide opportunities to work to your strengths.
If you're an extremely social, smart, competitive person, Qualtrics would be great for you. If you're at all introverted, if you like to take your time to focus in on issues, if you don't like being in a big loud room all the time, then Qualtrics might be a great springboard for you, but I wouldn't recommend planning to stay there long.
Lunches, company parties, free stuff, really cool products
Call center, Quantity over Quality, you're just a cog
Opportunity Development Representative (Current Employee) – Provo, UT – June 25, 2016
Qualtrics is an amazing place to work. Not to blow up my own ego, but Qualtrics hires extremely intelligent people. If you have a new way of doing things you are encouraged to pursue what you think will work best. Rapidly expanding with a lot of opportunities to grow ones personal career. Great Product that makes selling easy!
Operations Development (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – May 5, 2016
The company had a lot of positives. It was a very fun environment (basketball hoops, kitchen, music station). They want you to have fun while working hard. The only knock was that it seemed to be a lower paying salary compared to other SaaS sales jobs. However, I do feel it is a great place for people to start, if that is the career they wish to pursue.
Business Development (Current Employee) – Provo, UT – February 23, 2016
I love working for Qualtrics. The only thing that makes me open to changing jobs is that I do not want to stay in sales for the long haul. I want to branch out and get into marketing/advertising, which is what I've studied as an undergrad.