The engineering culture at NetSuite is incredibly antiquidated. That wouldn't be a problem, given how intelligent the engineering base is especially given the various bleeding-edge ERP companies that NetSuite has acquired over the years. However, for the sake of austerity, the company is adamantly against innovation. While the C-Suite flaunts catchy terminology like 'surging', 'seizing the hill', 'best-in-cloud' and 'owning the tranasction', that is all lost by middle management.
Middle management is amateur, often compared to trying to discipline a third-grader.
While there, I learned an incredibly deal about how ERP works. However, every lesson regarding how we could do better came with a disclaimer: middle management would never allow it.
Individual interations between peers are always pleasant, but as soon as 4 or more persons were meeting productive sank and stonewalling rose.
For a perk, I was given the opportunity to travel to Brno, Czech Republic twice.
Great place for careers to die