Intermezzo Sales Force (Current Employee), Dallas/Ft. Worth – March 2, 2013
Sales Right Message, Right Customer, Right Frequency, Right Product... I have been an effective sales representative for 14 years. I look forward to influencing the market and closing for my next sale.
Great company. My sales skills and knowledge for the medical field is growing immensely while employed with Purdue.
Pain Management Specialist (Current Employee), Portland, OR – December 5, 2012
Pros: great experience launching, maintaining a market presence and growing product market share.
Cons: dry product pipeline.
My job is to grow current in bag product market share. I sell to Physicians, Office staff, Surgeons, Pharmacists and Hospitals. I have a sole territory and am in charge of all zip codes that align within my territory. I enjoy the discussion with my customers on health care, in bag medication, competition and managed care. I have a strong relationship – more... with the total office and get all members of the staff involved with product discussion. – less
Network Engineer III - Sr. Server Engineer (Former Employee), Stamford, CT – September 23, 2012
A very busy workplace, gives you opportunity to explore new learning experiences, management are very professional and good mentors, co-workers are very professional, well balance work and personal lives.
Pros: free breakfast on friday's in the summer months
Cons: supporting aloof end users and management
A typical day of work is busy which is great because the day flies by.
Pro's: Turnovers are low. Advancement is rare and the time frame in which it happens isn't desirable because it doesn't match the tasks your ask to perform daily. But, you will advance. You won't be bored and pay will catch up with your performance one day and when it does you will – more... be rewarded handsomely.
Cons: The quickest way to advance is to soothe or know your peers. It has nothing to do with your job knowledge or performace. This could have you reporting to someone who doesn't know there job when new technology is inserted. If you don't take time to train your management in their ignorance or listen to this is how it use to be done you could find yourself out of a job. – less
PROFESSIONAL PHARMACEUTICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee), Rockford, IL – June 2, 2012
I have learned a lot at Purdue Pharma, this company has helped me develop my sales style and my detailed messaging extremely well. I am seen as a resource and well respected by my physicians because of my product knowledge and professionalism.