Pros: Free lunch once a month, cool office
Cons: Terrible insurance, low pay, no work/life balance
Lanyon isn't an inherently bad place to work. There are many smart, fun people to work with and for. The inside sales team is full of young college grads and has lots of cool perks like Friday afternoon beers, monthly happy hour / social activities, etc.
However, some managers expect your job to be your life, literally. Evenings, weekends, you name it, you're expected to be working. At times there is no respect for your personal time. Don't expect your email to slow down after 10 pm, even from people in your time zone. Don't let that fool you into thinking you'll get paid well, either. The pay (unless you're upper management, I'd assume) is poor. Comp plans for the sales teams seem to get worse with each iteration.
Upper management is very much out of touch with what is really happening at the company and sets unrealistic expectations. They preach rapid career advancement, but that is hardly ever the case. The inside sales team "advancement" was more so a series of lateral moves to make it appear that people were being promoted. In the case you do get promoted, don't expect to see any sort of promotion in your pocketbook. They may work you more and give you more responsibility, but don't expect to see a penny more for your efforts.
Also, for a software company, the internal software systems are a mess. Data is extremely messy, there are way too many admins and not enough users, yet no one seems to know anything about any system.
Not everything is terrible though. The products are actually pretty cool. The office in downtown is awesome. Dress code is super lax for an office setting. Many of the people are smart, fun, and hardworking.