Princeton Principal Arun’s Ever-Evolving Exploration

Posted by ZS on Dec 11, 2019 11:33:27 AM

Princeton Principal Arun first learned about ZS in 2005 while completing his B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. At the time, ZS had just started campus recruiting for our newly-opened Pune office. Arun knew ZS would be a good fit because it was the perfect intersection of science and business. During his time in Pune, his projects spanned many areas ranging from developing internal tools, incentive compensation design, sales force planning, APLD data analytics, forecasting, sales and analytics marketing and more.


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Perseverance Paves the Way for Princeton Principal Adi

Posted by ZS on Dec 6, 2019 3:23:25 PM

Principal Adi started his ZS career as a summer intern in the Princeton office during his business school studies. Though he received an offer to return upon graduation, he decided to join a generalist management consulting firm instead.


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Princeton Intern Cultivates Priceless Friendships at ZS

Posted by ZS on Jul 29, 2019 2:22:54 PM

The people you meet and connections you make are undoubtedly two of the best parts about working in a professional setting. When I walked into ZS on my first day, I knew my fellow ZSers would impact my summer internship experience, but I didn’t know just how positive that impact would be.


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What Made Principal Mani Settle Down and Find his Place at ZS

Posted by ZS on Oct 17, 2018 2:05:43 PM

Before he joined ZS 13 years ago, Princeton Principal Mani bounced around, starting a new job every couple years. After starting as a consultant at another firm, he got a marketing job at a global shipping company and eventually started working in the telecommunications industry in Seattle. When he found ZS, however, he felt he was finally at a place where he could stay long term.


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Intern Finds ZS Exceeds Expectations

Posted by ZS on Jul 17, 2018 1:30:00 PM

We always expect the sun to rise in the morning and set at night. We expect the alarm to go off at a certain time every day. As kids, many of us expected our parents to ask how our day was when we came home from school. We probably also expected that at a certain age this familiar routine would come to an end. 


I’m happy to say that this has not been the case for me. Every night when I walk through the door the first thing my mom says is “How was your day?” I anticipated this happening since I’m living at home this summer during my internship with ZS. What I didn’t expect, however, was that my response would go beyond the word “good.” I find myself talking about how interesting and exciting my day was for at least an hour every day. I describe everything to my family: from the first time I used WebEx, to my first team dinner and my first visit to the client site. My seven-year-old brother probably thinks I’m really boring, but the way in which I tell these stories you’d think I was describing Disney World.


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