Meter Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – May 25, 2016
different atmosphere , walking on egg shells everyday, after the big move to a bigger building one by one was getting laid off. favored certain workers , treated people wrong and laid off, not a good place to work in the office because of the back biting. all in all it was great learning a new task and talking to business clients.
This is your typical revolving door. Entry level sales at best. No warm leads provided. Cold calling and no understanding of what your actually selling.
You go around knocking on doors in whatever territory they stick you in. Be assured that right before they hire you, your territory has been picked over by the whole company and there will be nothing left for you to call on.
The training is a joke. They actually think there role play will convince someone to purchase a copy machine. People be aware everyone you try to tell to is already in a 3-5 year lease. There current provider will be able to give them a better deal then you can offer.
Branch Sales Manager/Director of Training (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 16, 2013
I was the Director of Training and one of three Branch Sales Managers. I had a Team of 9 Sales Reps that I Assisted and Managed through the sales process. I loved my job and enjoyed my Team, as well as my customers. Denitech Dallas was bought out by Xerox in December of 2009. Xerox brought in their own Sales Team and we were not given an option to stay.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Coppell Tx – May 7, 2012
They want a minimum of 5 calls a day. Much of your day is spent looking for parts on the internet or running around town to meet another tech for parts. At least once a week you can be assured of standing in front of a machine that you have never seen before as they try to take care of seven different manufactures. Do you know how many times manufactures change their part numbers? Many calls back to the parts department and manufacturer before you get it right. I missed many a lunch jumping through hoops for this company. Also very top heavy in management. They are run by Global Imaging. Which gives them another set of eyes (3 state away) to watch you. They can track where ever you are. They have a screen on the wall with your name on a car showing where you are. If you take too long trying to find a part,which is normal, Global will be calling your Supe to hurry you along. Needless to say you can't build up much proficiency working on the equipment under these conditions. It becomes a 3 ring circus which leads to mistakes and call backs. I had one friend their that had to start going to a shrink it was so bad. Once I left the company I noticed my stress level go way down. Never again will I work for a company like this.