SiteSpect, Inc.

SiteSpect is leading the advancement of testing, targeting and personalization software that empowers the world's most successful digital businesses.

SiteSpect, Inc.

10 Milk St., Suite 820
Boston, MA 02108

Company Overview

SiteSpect is leading the advancement of testing, targeting and personalization software that empowers the world's most successful digital businesses to drive revenue growth, deepen customer engagements, and sharpen their competitive edge. Only the SiteSpect digital optimization solution enables customers to test the entire user experience, from the front-end "look and feel" to the back-end functionality, and centrally manage those tests across channels, product lines, and business units. SiteSpect's patented technology and professional services are used by top digital companies such as Walmart, Target, Eddie Bauer, Urban Outfitters, Wayfair, Trulia, and leading financial services and media companies. 

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What is it like to work at your company in terms of your culture?

Our culture is fast-paced, intense, and social all at the same time – every day there are new things happening. It’s an atmosphere where we hire the best people and trust them to get things done. While we strive to keep a hard-working and fun environment, we understand that life also happens outside of the office, and we respect our employee’s free time and personal lives as well. 


What’s the best way to get a job at SiteSpect?

By applying via our SiteSpect BizzPage, of course! You can also visit our career site, follow us on LinkedIn, come to one of our future Meetups, or bump into us at local networking events – we’ll be at TechJam in June!

If you are not looking for a new opportunity at the moment, but know someone who may be in the market for a new job, you should know that SiteSpect offers a $1,500 friends & family referral bonus to non-employees who refer a superstar to join our team! Bonuses are paid out after 90 days of employment. Refer a friend today! 

What can someone expect during the interview process?

We start with a call from the recruiter to discuss the opportunity and your background. If we both agree the opportunity is for you, a phone screen with the hiring manager is scheduled. From there, on-site interviews take place and often, second on-site interviews are scheduled. Decisions are made rather quickly after this stage.

What can people expect over the course of their career at SiteSpect?

Collaboration, and working on fun and interesting projects with intelligent and engaging co-workers as well as clients that include Fortune 1,000 companies. Access to and insight from senior leadership. Our company is small enough that employee contributions have an impact throughout the organization.  

Are there any favorite activities that the employees do outside of the office? (examples:  company outings, charitable events, etc.)

We strive to meet up on a quarterly basis at hotspots around the fine city of Boston. We love wrapping up the work week with Friday afternoon tech hangouts culminating in rousing cornhole matches.

Are there any fun facts or unique stories that you can share about SiteSpect or individuals that work there?

We are certainly an eclectic and active bunch! We have an employee with a green thumb who grows basil in the office, which we use to garnish our pizza. We have Thursday night game nights that include popular and obscure board games. We have martial artists in residence as well as avid rock climbers. We have several in-house foosball champions – you read that right, actual trophy-wielding champions. We have numerous home beer brewers as well as many coffee gourmands. Many of our employees are passionate about animals. We have several live music aficionados on staff. Many employees have a keen sense of adventure and wanderlust including trips to Turkey, Peru, Iceland, Israel, Morocco, Thailand, etc. 


What TV or movie would best describe the working environment and employees at SiteSpect? 

Definitely The Goonies. We’re a scrappy bunch who enjoy constantly improving upon our world-class product offering. “Down here, it’s our time. It’s our time down here.”  

Do you have any unique benefits or perks? 

We offer gym reimbursements and have a brand new on-site gym. Our location is walkable to all major train lines and for those who bike, storage is available.

We tout low insurance costs + company-paid deductibles and offer401k plans. We offer short- and long-term disability as well as employee assistance program. For several departments, there are work-from-home and conference attendance benefits.

What’s on tap or in your fridge?

We have a PB&J station, and plenty of snacks to munch on -- from organic fruit to trail mix, cheddar bunnies, and Twizzlers! We have a free beverage vending machine with plenty of non-alcoholic refreshments such as juice, seltzer, and soda. We also have tons of craft beers and other libations within the various mini-fridges on our two floors. 

Alessandra A.
Software Engineer

“SiteSpect has been my favorite place to work throughout my career. Everyone is friendly, approachable, and willing to help, making it easy to collaborate, discuss problems, or hold conversations. Incentives to keep up with the latest developer trends and attend conferences as well as the variety of work create a fast-paced, yet comfortable environment. Weekly talk sessions varying from favorite sandwiches to bash prompts, game nights, and hacky-sack only add to the SiteSpect charm."

Haritha V.
Director of Client Support

“I enjoy working at SiteSpect because of its Technology, People and its Culture. The technology is cutting-edge. The people are incredibly smart and passionate. The culture is extremely collaborative, motivating and empowering. I have a great time working with a team who help me perform my best. We all work towards one common goal – being committed and determined to make our customers successful! It’s been an amazing last few years at SiteSpect. I take pride in representing this company.”




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