Compare Technossus vs Bluebeam BETA

See how Bluebeam vs. Technossus compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 31 reviews)
(based on 53 reviews)
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Compensation & Benefits
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Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Technossus Ceo Ravnish Bhalla
86%Ravnish Bhalla
Bluebeam Ceo Jon Elliott
65%Jon Elliott
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - Senior Technical Architect

I have been working at Technossus full-time for less than a year


No Doubt, THE BEST Place to work! I really appreciate and thank you so much for all of the opportunities this company has provided me which has not only helped but, is helping me to grow technically,... professionally as well as personally. Awesome people to work with, always ready to help, encourage and support... be it technical or personal. Director Operations(Mohali): Must Say, He is such cool & supportive person, always have the best solution to any concern/problem and always there to motivate, encourage & provide the best guidance or help. HR(Head of Talent and Culture): A happy person with a smiling face always and also, always ready to listen to employee queries/concerns and try to help in the best possible way. Manager: Has always been a friend more than a Manager. If you are really looking for great opportunity in Tricity , then Technossus is right platform


No cons, even can't be.

Advice to Management

Keep on doing good work

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Bluebeam full-time for more than 5 years


Working for a company in which your customers love you is a hard to find. Working for a company in which all of the employees truly appreciate and encourage one another is hard to find as well.... Finding a company like that which is also profitable is nearly impossible! That is something you get at Bluebeam. At Bluebeam, there are people that honestly want to enable our customers to change the world! Working at a company with a 15 year track record or creating a product that, for a lack of a better phrase, 'changed the way the AEC industry operates' is pretty neat.


As I mentioned before, working for a company in which your customers love you is hard to find. It is not hard to maintain, unless drastic changes internally and externally are made which can sour... those relationships. At Bluebeam, employees may respect other employees from a personal standpoint, but when it comes to accountability, respect, or care from a work/professional standpoint, it is dwindling if not gone. Product innovation has reached a standstill, deadlines are non existent, leadership is not qualified, and there is no accountability to help others out if it is outside of your direct scope. As a company, Bluebeam transformed from the happy AEC startup that it has been to a corporate machine overnight. Unfortunately, none of the mechanisms were in place for that to be successful. Systems are still out of date, products and projects have been abandoned, and rather than being a company that puts its customers and employees first (as long as we remain profitable), we became a company that only cares about the bottom line. I do not recognize so many faces now. People come and people go because there are fewer and fewer reasons to stay or grow. Working at a company with a 15 year track record or creating a product that, for a lack of a better phrase, 'changed the way the AEC industry operates' is pretty neat. Do not forget that past performance is no guarantee of future results and Bluebeam may be a perfect example of that.

Advice to Management

Do something. Bluebeam is proud of its internal communication, but what is done with the feedback on products, processes, people, and ideas? Bluebeam is proud of listening to feedback from its... customers as well, but what is done with the feedback we receive on products, ideas, and other feedback? Do something. We have had significant high-level turnover on key teams but have not filled those positions. We have high-level leaders on teams that are not qualified for those roles. We have massive gaps in our organization that we are daily commenting on, but nothing seems to be done. Do something. I fear we are on the verge and we need to take serious action in order to survive.

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