What happens when an Emmy-winning war correspondent goes looking for a new challenge? He partners with a team of brilliant web media developers to transform the way journalists and others do their work.
Trint is the startup that blows manual transcription out of the water. Trint’s browser-based platform converts any audio or video file to text in just minutes. Then Trint’s patent-pending interactive editor marries audio to the text, making it easy to search and polish transcripts to perfection. Hours of tedious labour are reduced to just minutes.
Trint has taken the media market by storm: with customers such as BBC, Thomson Reuters and CNBC to name a few. And with backing from Google’s Digital News Initiative plus major investors including the former MD of Yahoo Europe, some serious innovation is on the way. At the Global Editors Network Summit in Vienna in June 2016 Trint won first prize in the Startups for News competition.
Our interview process begins with an quick introductory call to help you better understand what we're about and give us a glimpse into your interests and motivations, and help you decide if Trint is the right place for you to to be inspired to do the best and most exciting work of your life. Following this, we will conduct a technical screen with our VP Engineering so you can talk passionately about what technologies really get you fired up.
Finally, you will be invited onsite to interview with an interview panel from our product/engineering group. For our Engineering candidates, our onsite interview includes 2-3 technical rounds including white-boarding real-world problems to allow you to express your problem-solving passion to its fullest.