Capital One Business Analyst Upcoming Interview

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I have an upcoming interview with Capital One for their Business Analyst Program.
I come from a non-target school. Very excited for this opportunity. It took a lot of determination to even be considered to apply for the program. I cold emailed and someone got through. I passed the online exam and now have a case interview coming up.

I have been reading up on the Cap One BA program on this site and seems like a lot of people already got offers and had their final rounds. I hope they still have open spots since im being interviewed late compared to others. That might also be due to the fact that I am from a non target.

I was wondering if their is any advice on how to handle the case and how many rounds of interviews everyone had? After reading on the forum and other sites seems like some had the online assessment + 2 interviews, and some just had 1 after the online assessment.

Capital One Interview Process

Our users shared details about the Capital One interview process below:

leafstilldie999 - Investment Banking Analyst:

The interview process is generally the following (at least for ocr at a target):

  • Online assessment consisting of several behavioral questions as well as numerical and logical reasoning tests
  • First round interview on campus consisting of a one-hour case and a one hour behavioral
  • Second round interview at head office consisting of a one-hour case and one hour behavioral

The cases are very numerical not at all like management consulting cases, in my opinion way easier. Basically, just think out loud and the interviewer will help you along the way. Practice the case they put on the website, it should be pretty similar.

wanna b mbb - Corporate Analyst Strategy:

The case I had was about a ferry operation in Sydney. Quite simple really. Had to figure our what was driving demand for the ferry company. It was easy to see they were charging too high of a price.

Then I was given different estimates for sales growth if prices were lowered by different amounts. From there it was just a matter of calculating which was most profitable. The math was super easy, nothing more than adding and coming up with (but not solving) a basic algebraic equation for the breakeven. Capital One seems to be obsessed with breakeven equations. Several friends interviewed at the same time as me and all had to calculate a breakeven.

Capital One provides a video to help candidates prep for the case portion of the interview.

Visit the Capital One website to learn more about the interview process and the case interview.

Capital One Business Analyst Salary

Our users (in 2012) shared that the Business Analyst salary all-in would be ~$95,000 including the salary, annual bonus, and signing bonus (if you are coming out of undergrad).

Maver1ck:

It's actually better than pretty much any consulting compensation package. Base, annual bonus, and especially signing bonus... I can think of several, if not all, of the top tier consulting shops who have lower comp than the cap one business analyst position.

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Comments (81)

Nov 26, 2011

I also interviewed with them late in the game and only had to take the online assessment before I was flown out to Richmond for the final round.

I heard somewhere that they're looking to hire FIVE HUNDRED BAs this season.

While I did not get an offer from them because I was a dumbass and didn't practice cases, this is really not that difficult an offer to receive. As long as you can do some mental math and do well on the cases, you will receive an offer. The catch is that their cases are quantitative and have concrete answers. No fluff. If you don't get the right answer, you won't get an offer.

The final round was set up such that you get three interviews: 2 cases and 1 behavioral.

Good luck!

Nov 26, 2011

"The offer is pretty easy to get"

Statistically incorrect.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

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Nov 26, 2011

I took the test and now have a phone interview coming up. They said it'll be 1case and shouldn't take more than 30minutes. The hr contacts email said that if the would pursue me further after the online assessment I would then get details on my final round interview. I highly doubt a phone interview will be my final round.

Nov 27, 2011

The interview process is generally the following (at least for ocr at a target):

-Online assessment consisting of several behavioral questions as well as numerical and logical reasoning tests
-First round interview on campus consisting of a one hour case and a one hour behavioral
-Second round interview at head office consisting of a one hour case and one hour behavioral

The cases are very numerical not at all like management consulting cases, in my opinion way easier. Basically just think out loud and the interviewer will help you along the way. Practice the case they put on the website, it should be pretty similar.

I wouldn't worry about the late interview. The ocr is probably over but they might not have reached their hiring needs so may be looking at different candidates. I'm guessing you will be given two cases and either one or two behavioral interviews. I doubt there will be more than one round of interviews but hr should tell you regardless.

Cap 1 offers a very competitive salary not far from 2nd tier consulting firms and is a great place to start your career without a doubt.

Good luck

Nov 29, 2011
leafstilidie999:

Cap 1 offers a very competitive salary not far from 2nd tier consulting firms and is a great place to start your career without a doubt.

Good luck

its actually better than pretty much any consulting compensation package. base, annual bonus, and especially signing bonus... what do you consider "2nd tier consulting firms"? because i can think of several, if not all, of the top tier consulting shops who have lower comp than the cap one business analyst position

Nov 30, 2011

^Agreed.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Nov 30, 2011

I'm pretty much comparing directly with OW. When I was recruiting the compensation was very comparable... Basically first year pay is somewhere in the range of 80-90 k all in.

Dec 8, 2011

anyone have any experience with the interview?
How similar is the case to the one on their website?

Any cases you had that you could share.

Trying to best prepare for this.

Jan 7, 2012

From their website, it seems like you can not apply if you do not attend one of their target schools. Is this true? If so, how would one from a non-target go about applying (One the application page, it attached the name of one of their target schools afterwards)?

Jan 7, 2012

ive heard first year comp is in the ballpark of 95k all-in - any truth?

Pretty legit.

Jan 10, 2012
ProspectiveMonkey:

ive heard first year comp is in the ballpark of 95k all-in - any truth?

Pretty legit.

holy shit. this is better than MBB consulting salaries at analyst level. any truth to this??

also, Capital One recruited at my school too, and i was wondering what kind of work they do... are they commercial banking? is this program sort of like GE FMP program?

Jan 19, 2012
ProspectiveMonkey:

ive heard first year comp is in the ballpark of 95k all-in - any truth?

Pretty legit.

where are you guys getting this info? glassdoor has their base at about 60k for business analysts and 70k for sr. business analysts. i'm interviewing for sr. business analyst (2+ yrs non-relevant work experience).
http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Capital-One-Salari...
i interviewed with Oliver Wyman and I was led to believe their base was about 70k and around 90k all in. IMO, Cap1 is less selective than OW so they wouldn't pay as much. I interviewed with several ivy league candidates and several of my interviewers were ivy league whereas Cap1 seems to recruit from mostly top 50 schools.

Lastly, while DC is expensive, it's definitely not near as expensive as NYC, where I was trying to go with OW.

The Glassdoor salaries seem more in line with what I would expect. For ex. my friend did Deloitte BTA in 2009 and had about 65 base 10k signing and a few grand relo so around 80k. Cap1 seems to be at about the same level of selectivity as Deloitte.

Jan 20, 2012
td45:
ProspectiveMonkey:

ive heard first year comp is in the ballpark of 95k all-in - any truth?

Pretty legit.

where are you guys getting this info? glassdoor has their base at about 60k for business analysts and 70k for sr. business analysts. i'm interviewing for sr. business analyst (2+ yrs non-relevant work experience).
http://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/Capital-One-Salari...
i interviewed with Oliver Wyman and I was led to believe their base was about 70k and around 90k all in. IMO, Cap1 is less selective than OW so they wouldn't pay as much. I interviewed with several ivy league candidates and several of my interviewers were ivy league whereas Cap1 seems to recruit from mostly top 50 schools.

Lastly, while DC is expensive, it's definitely not near as expensive as NYC, where I was trying to go with OW.

The Glassdoor salaries seem more in line with what I would expect. For ex. my friend did Deloitte BTA in 2009 and had about 65 base 10k signing and a few grand relo so around 80k. Cap1 seems to be at about the same level of selectivity as Deloitte.

you realize that entry level comp does change from year to year at some firms, and that not all of the entries posted on glassdoor are from this 2011-2012 recruiting cycle, right?

apparently they raised the BA comp package a bit from last year... now its about 95 all-in, depending slightly on your performance bonus

Jan 19, 2012
ProspectiveMonkey:

ive heard first year comp is in the ballpark of 95k all-in - any truth?

Pretty legit.

First year all in is >80k <90k and you work ~50 hours a week unless you interned and accepted an offer in which case 95 is pretty close.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jan 20, 2012

since when does selectivity = compensation and you do know that glassdoor is not an authoritative text, right? All you have to do is submit your salary and position anonymously and it gets posted.

Jan 21, 2012

heard SA signing bonus was 20k though, either way don't really care just saying is pretty crazy for 50hr work weeks

Jan 21, 2012
ProspectiveMonkey:

heard SA signing bonus was 20k though, either way don't really care just saying is pretty crazy for 50hr work weeks

SA signing bonus is what makes it 95 all in. You'll make less than that second year. That is why I said IF YOU ACCEPTED A POST SA OFFER 95 was accurate.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jan 25, 2012
happypantsmcgee:
ProspectiveMonkey:

heard SA signing bonus was 20k though, either way don't really care just saying is pretty crazy for 50hr work weeks

SA signing bonus is what makes it 95 all in. You'll make less than that second year. That is why I said IF YOU ACCEPTED A POST SA OFFER 95 was accurate.

if signing bonus really is $20k, then i guess you're right. I listened to the earnings call last week and they said they had boosted salaries. i saw here that entry level analysts were getting offers for base at $68k. with a 10% raise you're looking at ~$75k base for a Sr. Analyst. +20k signing i could see $95k

Do you have to negotiate for the $20k signing?

Thanks for the input!

Jan 21, 2012

relax, I was just adding to your comment. no need to get all capslock on me

Jan 25, 2012

20k is for returning interns. Thats not across the board. ~10k after taxes is standard.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Feb 3, 2012
happypantsmcgee:

20k is for returning interns. Thats not across the board. ~10k after taxes is standard.

ah i see. I just got an offer for the Sr. Business Analyst position. They offered 75 base, 5 signing (pre-tax) 5 relo (post tax). I asked him about the signing bonus and he said 5 was standard and he would need to give the HR manager a reason why i deserved more.... I"m going to take the position but was hoping for more

Feb 3, 2012

Do they have NYC office or is everything in the south?

Feb 3, 2012
TheKid1:

Do they have NYC office or is everything in the south?

all the business analyst positions are in Plano, TX, Richmond, VA or DC. They have an NYC office but it's small, I forgot what they specifically do out there.

Feb 4, 2012
td45:

all the business analyst positions are in Plano, TX, Richmond, VA or DC. They have an NYC office but it's small, I forgot what they specifically do out there.

Which office ya going to?

Feb 4, 2012
TheKid1:

Do they have NYC office or is everything in the south?

The NYC office is where a lot of the more traditional banking stuff is (ECM, DCM, etc.) but those offices only take professional hires.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Feb 28, 2012

I am in the final rounds for Sr. business analyst coming up. From what I heard, there are going to be quite a few people there interviewing that day. I was originally approached by an analyst manager at my current job. she told me they were looking for people with not only business degrees but also those with quantitative and physical sciences backgrounds. She also said that they had been looking to hire someone for her New Orleans office since something like September with no avail. She asked me to apply and that a recruiter would be contacting me soon. Which was all of 2 days later. I'm looking forward to interviewing face to face after nearly two months of back and forth with the company. My original degree is in geology and geophysics but she had told me that I could be easily adapted to the work style.

Good luck to every one!

Mar 4, 2012

50 hours a week for good starting pay... damn

but what are exit opps from that?

Sep 18, 2012

I took the online assessment about a week and a half ago...and our campus interviews are scheduled for about 3 weeks from now. Do you guys know the time frame of when I should hear about my results on the online portion and whether I have an interview? Thanks

Jun 14, 2013

How are the exit ops? It seems great to get just under 100k for a 50 hour work week without the living costs of NYC, but what are some negatives?

Jun 17, 2013

Any word on the latest Sr. Business Analyst comp? The most recent numbers were from a year and a half ago- has anything changed?

Jun 28, 2013
patriotsfan1:

How are the exit ops? It seems great to get just under 100k for a 50 hour work week without the living costs of NYC, but what are some negatives?

In comparison to consulting...

Worse exit opportunities
Worse business school placement
Worse personal development
More politics
No possibility of business school sponsorship

Also, VA is not such an exciting place to live IMO. (But some people there seem to love it)

There have been many other threads on this program. Just search.

Jun 28, 2013

They are really intent on getting people who will stick around for the long-term.

Jun 28, 2013

Isn't Business Analyst tech support and updating databases? Just tell them you are great at programming and the projects you worked on. I think they probably are looking for you to know C++/ Java/ MySQL.

Jun 28, 2013

Long term as in work there for more than 2-3 years? Or long term as in work there, go get your MBA, and come back?

Either way, thanks for the tip. I'll definitely drop that I would like to stay there long term.

Jun 28, 2013

No, it's not tech support or updating databases. I'd assume that's more for the Data Analyst role.

BA's are more about strategy/profit maximizing solutions for Cap One business tactics.

Jun 28, 2013

http://www.sturtle.com/wordpress/wp-content/upload... Sorry, I just couldn't resist

This sounds like a pretty straighforward business admin osition. I don't know much about the company at all, so post an update if you work there.....

Jun 28, 2013

I did the first round with Capital One for the BA internship (same exact process as for full time). I got invited to the second round, but didn't go becasue I accepted an offer somewhere else.

The case I had was about a ferry operation in Sydney. Quite simple really. Had to figure our what was driving demand for the ferry company. It was easy to see they were charging too high of a price. Then I was given different estimates for sales growth if prices were lowered by different amounts. From there it was just a matter of calculating which was most profitable. The math was super easy, nothing more than adding and coming up with (but not solving) a basic algebraic equation for the breakeven. Capital One seems to be obsessed with break even equations. Several friends interviewed at the same time as me and all had to calculate a breakeven.

Hope this helps, good luck!

Jun 28, 2013

Thanks! That actually helps a lot, as I've seen a lot of people mention the ferry case but never any additional details.

Anyone else have any input?

Jun 28, 2013

I had a phone interview with them and then a regular one but canceled because I had an offer that I took. Had friends that interviewed and they all said the interview was very technical compared to what they were used to so take that for what it is worth.

Jun 28, 2013

Why does Capital One keep coming up here? Are they hiring a shit-ton of people?

Jun 28, 2013
bortz911:

Why does Capital One keep coming up here? Are they hiring a shit-ton of people?

Seems that way. I was told the target was 515 kids this year and that they are specifically looking to hire like 20-30 kids from my university alone. Plus supposedly their compensation packages are near the absolute best for non IB jobs. Something like ~65-70k plus between 10-20k signing and decent yearly bonuses.

Jun 28, 2013

Everyone on this forum is completely oblivious to non-IB/ consulting compensation packages.

Anyone decent at CS can find a salary > 90K working < 50 hrs per week with great retirement benefit/ profit sharing perks that rival top consulting firms.

And trading packages at prop shops/ hedge funds are even better (80-100K, 20-30K signing, limitless year end bonus).

If you just take the time to learn something more technical than a DCF, all kinds of doors open.

Jun 28, 2013
5trader90:

Everyone on this forum is completely oblivious to non-IB/ consulting compensation packages.

Anyone decent at CS can find a salary > 90K working < 50 hrs per week with great retirement benefit/ profit sharing perks that rival top consulting firms.

And trading packages at prop shops/ hedge funds are even better (80-100K, 20-30K signing, limitless year end bonus).

If you just take the time to learn something more technical than a DCF, all kinds of doors open.

lol we are talking about out of undergrad. Even MIT kids aren't regularly making more than 90k out of undergrad.

Anyways, anyone have an answer to my question?

eta assuming you meant >90k base

Jun 28, 2013

Capital One only has their "Strategy Analyst" role open to Brown, Harvard, and Yale students... none of the other Ivies, MIT, or Stanford. Does anyone know if they really stick to this? Can people from other schools be considered for this role?

Jun 28, 2013
Darkstar19:

Capital One only has their "Strategy Analyst" role open to Brown, Harvard, and Yale students... none of the other Ivies, MIT, or Stanford. Does anyone know if they really stick to this? Can people from other schools be considered for this role?

So I asked about this and the answer I got was that they only hire a couple business analysts into the strategy department each year. Also the strategy group is in Boston and since they only hire a few each year they just try to stick to the schools that are close geographically. But I was also told that the work is essentially the same as the Business Analysts except that the Business Analysts generally work on smaller issues like a product line or area while the strategy group may work on an acquisition or move into another market. But I was told that if I impressed at my interview and wanted to work in the strategy department they could make it happen that my on site callback was with the strategy group in Boston and not with the DC office (which does a lot of consumer banking and credit card issues) like I had originally selected.

Jun 28, 2013
Darkstar19:

Capital One only has their "Strategy Analyst" role open to Brown, Harvard, and Yale students... none of the other Ivies, MIT, or Stanford. Does anyone know if they really stick to this? Can people from other schools be considered for this role?

No.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jun 28, 2013

So I have an offer for a Capital One business analyst position, as well as an offer for a boutique consulting firm. Is there any chance in hell I could leverage the consulting offer and get my BA offer turned into a strategy analyst offer, or at least get an interview for a strategy analyst position?

Follow up question? How firm is my offer? Lets say I call up my recruiter and push really hard to be considered for a strategy analyst position, but it doesn't pan out. Is there ANY chance that I could lose my BA offer in the process?

Jun 28, 2013

So I have an offer for a Capital One business analyst position, as well as an offer for a boutique consulting firm. Is there any chance in hell I could leverage the consulting offer and get my BA offer turned into a strategy analyst offer, or at least get an interview for a strategy analyst position?

Follow up question? How firm is my offer? Lets say I call up my recruiter and push really hard to be considered for a strategy analyst position, but it doesn't pan out. Is there ANY chance that I could lose my BA offer in the process?

Jun 28, 2013
wanna b MBB:

So I have an offer for a Capital One business analyst position, as well as an offer for a boutique consulting firm. Is there any chance in hell I could leverage the consulting offer and get my BA offer turned into a strategy analyst offer, or at least get an interview for a strategy analyst position?

Follow up question? How firm is my offer? Lets say I call up my recruiter and push really hard to be considered for a strategy analyst position, but it doesn't pan out. Is there ANY chance that I could lose my BA offer in the process?

Interview for strategy analyst position after going through the whole process and now have an offer in hand? Prob not the best idea.

I am not in the BA position at Cap One but I am in the Management Training Program and I can say it has been the best choice for me, I haven't been anywhere that appreciates and spoils their employees like CapOne.

Jun 28, 2013

Bears1208:

To answer your question, when people say that Capital One cases are math heavy, they mean that the are primarily quantitative, and require less qualitative insight. Unlike a case for MBB, there is ONE right answer, usually found be solving an algebraic equation, often a breakeven equation. The math is not "harder" than typical consulting cases, and you will be allowed a calculator, which makes things a lot easier in fact.

Also, outside of I-banking, Capital One compensation is pretty excellent, I am relatively certain that I would make more than at Capital One than at MBB in terms of salary+bonus. This is not considering the value of a number of perks at MBB, which would likely swing things back in MBB's favor. Not saying you should choose jobs based on $$, but thought I would share what I know.

Jun 28, 2013

You're not leveraging your offer to anything else, bro.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

Jun 28, 2013

Make sure you organize your answers because they take your notes at the end of the interview.

Jun 28, 2013

That appears to be the consensus and I would definitely believe it. I was not invited back after lunch along with a bus of other people to send on our merry way. So therefore as expected I received my rejection call the falling week.

Jun 28, 2013

Shit on for double posting this question.

Jun 28, 2013

Idk about the double post but I will answer your question anyways. You are exactly right that there are 3 interviews in the morning. 2 case interviews where they want you to walk through certain questions and see how you think/if you can do basic math off the top of your head. 1 behavioral where if you have ever interviewed before you will be fine. As far as getting invited back for the 3rd case interview(4th interview of the day) it really depends on how you did in your first two cases.If you did extremely well in your first two cases and they are satisfied with you then they will not call you back for the extra interview; however, if you did not do well in the 2 case interviews they will not call you back because they do not need to see anymore. You get called back if you did well in your first two cases but not well enough for the interviewers to know 100% they want you in their internship program. Based off this I will not tell you that is a bad sign if you did not get invited back for the extra interview and it is also not the greatest sign if you do get invited back for the extra interview. Just tell your friend or whoever is interviewing at Capital One that if you do get invited back for the interview go into the case interview knowing that they like you enough to give you another chance to prove yourself in an interview, but also realize that they have some doubts in you as well so you really need to perform well in that extra interview if you want the job.

Jun 28, 2013

You want confirmation that getting to the fourth round is better than getting to the third round?

Jun 28, 2013

From the datapoints that I have, if you don't get the 4th interview you don't get an offer. Granted, I have like 3 data points.

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Jun 28, 2013

If you get to the last interview (in this case, the 4th one), that means they are considering you for a job. Just to break it down/make it a little more simple:

Got an offer -- Got an offer!
Made it to the 4th round -- might get an offer!
Made it to the 3rd round, but not the 4th -- not getting an offer :(
Made it to the 2nd round, but not the 3rd -- not getting an offer :(
Made it to the 1st round, but not the 2nd -- not getting an offer :(
Applied but didn't make it to the 1st round -- not getting an offer :(
Didn't apply -- lazy fuck

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Jun 29, 2013

I dont think its a 4th round per say just another optional interview that HR claims is just to get a better sense of the candidate. HR apparently said if Capital One can get a good sense of the candidate in the first 3 interviews, then there is no need for the 4th. I dont know why HR would position it like that if they didnt intend for it to be like that. Regardless from the sound of the process, I dont think they really get to know the candidate with all their random cases with breakeven calcs.

Jun 29, 2013
blackpanther01:

I dont think its a 4th round per say just another optional interview that HR claims is just to get a better sense of the candidate. HR apparently said if Capital One can get a good sense of the candidate in the first 3 interviews, then there is no need for the 4th. I dont know why HR would position it like that if they didnt intend for it to be like that. Regardless from the sound of the process, I dont think they really get to know the candidate with all their random cases with breakeven calcs.

Do you really think a company can get an idea for someone just by reading a resume and a few hours of interviews? Let me help you out: they can't. Thus it's prudent for them to make sure you can at least do the work.

Jun 29, 2013

Mariska Hargitay is a cougar.

Jun 29, 2013
SureThing:

Mariska Hargitay is a cougar.

You're shitting me? Game time...

Jun 29, 2013

No, I have no clue

Jun 29, 2013

I had the same interview for Capital One, was not given the 4th interview, and I was offered the position. After I was offered the position I later asked one of the interviewers about the 4th interview and they told me that it was for candidates they were on the fence about. So I can tell you with 100% certainty that if you are given a 4th interview they are unsure about you and want another interviewers opinion. I suppose it's a good sign in the sense that you have not been eliminated yet, but they're not sure enough to make the decision yet. So, tell your friend good luck!

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Jun 29, 2013
jonj87:

I had the same interview for Capital One, was not given the 4th interview, and I was offered the position. After I was offered the position I later asked one of the interviewers about the 4th interview and they told me that it was for candidates they were on the fence about. So I can tell you with 100% certainty that if you are given a 4th interview they are unsure about you and want another interviewers opinion. I suppose it's a good sign in the sense that you have not been eliminated yet, but they're not sure enough to make the decision yet. So, tell your friend good luck!

Thanks for the post, SBed

Jun 29, 2013
jonj87:

I had the same interview for Capital One, was not given the 4th interview, and I was offered the position. After I was offered the position I later asked one of the interviewers about the 4th interview and they told me that it was for candidates they were on the fence about. So I can tell you with 100% certainty that if you are given a 4th interview they are unsure about you and want another interviewers opinion. I suppose it's a good sign in the sense that you have not been eliminated yet, but they're not sure enough to make the decision yet. So, tell your friend good luck!

This was the same when I interviewed. Just adding another data point. And everybody who got the 4th interview (well, 3 of them that I know) all got another case interview (vs. behavioral).

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Jun 29, 2013

The 4th interview can also be a 'sell' session where a senior exec comes in and tries to answer questions, convince you its awesome, etc.

If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

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