ThoughtSpot has built the world’s first search-based, data analytics solution for businesses, enabling users to ask questions, analyze company data, and build reports and dashboards—all in seconds—using ThoughtSpot’s browser-based search interface. For each question, ThoughtSpot uses input from a variety of connected data sources to calculate one answer, making it easy for users to find the information they need in real time.
Employees at ThoughtSpot feel incredibly lucky to work with such an amazingly talented and diverse group of people. One of the biggest things employees love about ThoughtSpot is the company’s open environment. No matter what department they’re in, ThoughtSpot employees are encouraged to communicate and collaborate. This creates an incredibly supportive culture that is centered around professional growth—empowering employees to gain expertise as they learn from their peers.
“There is a lack of hierarchy here. Everyone sits together, there are no doors to knock on, and everyone has a say. It doesn’t matter if you have five years experience or 20 years experience—what matters is what your ideas are,” says Sunny Singh, a software engineer at ThoughtSpot.
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