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Bottomline Technologies – Why Work For Us?

Bottomline is proud of our team-oriented culture.  Each day, the way we conduct business is anchored by our Guiding Principles.

  • Delight Customers
  • Innovate, Communicate, Win and Grow
  • Work With and For Each Other
  • Do the Right Thing
  • Create and Grow Sustained Business Value
  • Be a Company of Which All Can Be Proud

Our Customers First program (“C1” for short), formalizes our customer-focused approach to business.  Theprogram puts into practice the training, processes and framework that place the customer at the heart of everything Bottomline does as an organization. As a result, employees are empowered to help provide the best customer service and experience possible.

Bottomline is regularly recognized for its focus on innovation, customers and employees.  Just a few of the recent accolades we’ve received:

Bottomline Technologies Named a ‘Best Company to Work For’
Since 2008, Bottomline has been named a finalist in Business NH Magazine’sannual Best Company to Work For".    We thank our employees for your dedication and passion and drive to delight customers every day!

Bottomline Recognized as Top 100 Global Financial Technology Provider
For the sixth consecutive year, Bottomline has been ranked by American Banker, Bank Technology News and IDC Financial Insights as one of the Top 100 global hardware, software and service providers to the financial services industry.

Bottomline Executives Recognized as Leaders in Treasury and Cash Management Over the past 5 years, Bottomline has had three employees recognized by Global Finance as a “Who’s Who in Treasury and Cash Management.” 

Bottomline Technologies Named to ‘Software 500'
For the last eight years, Bottomline has been named to Software Magazine's ranking of the world's largest software and services organizations.


Our competitive benefits plan includes the following:


  • Group health and dental benefits starting day one
  • 401(k) profit sharing plan with employer match
  • Employee stock purchase plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Health Club Membership reimbursement
  • Competitive vacation, sick and holiday package
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • Long and Short Term Disability insurance
  • Travel assistance programs
  • Discount home and auto insurance programs

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    Excruciating and all consuming!

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I worked at Bottomline Technologies


    They don't realise when they're being ripped off and lied to, so if you have the stomach for the toxic culture, you can milk them for everything they're worth.


    Incompetent, arrogant and completely myopic global executive management.
    Incomprehensible approach to market.
    Unethical customer and partner relations.
    Slow product development lifecycle.
    Predatory commercial practices.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give it up! Stop lying to stock market analysts, your customers, your employees and yourselves.
    Let the good people do good things. Make the useless ones leave.

Bottomline Technologies Interviews

Updated Apr 22, 2014
Updated Apr 22, 2014

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    I started interviewing for this job in spring 2013. There were two phone interviews, one of which was standard behavioral stuff and another of which was a getting-to-know-you interview with some questions about my skillset/experience and some information about the company. Then there was an in-person interview, which consisted of talking to two or three people. Most of it was the standard "talk about a time you've had difficulty working on a team" sort of questions, but there was one example business case where I was expected to look at a paragraph-long description of a business problem and talk at a high level about how I would design the solution and associated architecture.

    It was pretty obvious from both the phone interview and the in person interview that this is a high-pressure work environment. I was specifically told that 45-50 hours per week or more were expected, and there seemed to be a lot of emphasis on being aggressive and moving up through the company. I suspected that there's a work-life balance problem here, and reading other reviews on Glassdoor confirmed that.

    The phone interviews took about two-three weeks from first contact to finish, and the in person interview was the week after that. I got an offer just a few days after my in person interview. It was hilariously low - just over half of what I'd been offered for a similar position, and at least one third below the average market rate in the area.

    Interview Questions
    • Nothing too difficult, just be prepared to think at a high level about how you would design an app to a customer's specifications given varying requirements.   Answer Question
    Reasons for Declining

    The offer was hilariously low, the work doesn't seem terribly exciting, the business seems like it is extremely high pressure with a bad work-life balance. There is nothing about this company that would be attractive to anyone with a solid CS education.

    Declined Offer
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    Difficult Interview

Bottomline Technologies Awards and Accolades

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Best Company To Work For, Business NH Magazine, 2010
Best Company To Work For, Business NH Magazine, 2008
Top 100 Global Financial Technology Provider, American Banker, 2011
Top 100 Global Financial Technology Provider, American Banker, 2010
Who’s Who in Treasury and Cash Management, Global Finance, 2010
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Additional Info

Headquarters Portsmouth, NH
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1989
Type Company - Public (EPAY)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (AUD) per year

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) provides cloud-based payment, invoice and banking solutions to corporations, financial institutions and banks around the world. The company’s solutions are used to streamline, automate and manage processes involving payments, invoicing, global cash management, supply chain finance and transactional documents. Organizations trust Bottomline to meet their needs for cost reduction, competitive differentiation and optimization of working capital.

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