"I've been with TravelClick for almost 5 years now. It's changed a lot over time, recently being sold and gutting nearly 100 employees. It's just not what it used to be."
"I've worked at TravelClick for the 2.5 years. This technology company is run by management who have no technical skills."
"Company has just been sold to a new cap investment firm. Layoffs were just announced."
"I was an employee of the Rubicon Group which was acquired by Travelclick a few years back. While I enjoyed my time with Rubicon, Travelclick has been another story. The focus on the bottom line has put a strain on not only the employees but the relationship with our existing Rubicon customers. Travelclick is chaotic and unfocused with goals changing on a weekly basis. Management is more intent on selling the company than providing its customers with a solid set of products and services."
"I've worked for Travelclick for over 2 years now. The company promotes from within and rewards those who put in the time and effort to succeed. Although the environment can be intimidating it's one of the better companies to work for in Orlando. If I could change anything about the company it would be the culture. The company could use some work in becoming more cross-team integrated / friendly. The office is huge however the teams don't interact as well as they should."
"I like the products that travelclick has to offer to their customers."
"From upper management, the mantra is profits first, product second. Our office is a single large floor of people mixed without thought to job function. Our CEO supposedly has a grand idea about this. He clearly knows nothing about software development."
"Decent place to work, salary is average."
"Travelclick is extremely bottom-line minded and does not care about their employees. There is a very high level of turnover and consistently pay only a fraction of the bonuses."
"The company needs direction. It's a tech company but works like a customer service agency."