If your related to or friends with the president your good to go!
ENTERPRISE ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Former Employee) – Wilmington, DE – June 6, 2017
I was here a short time and it was a total disaster. The sales managers were a mixture of ruthless and kind but the planning for our group that was prematurely disbanded, was terrible. After they laid us off there was another huge layoff I mean big layoff and it was sealed for me that I wasn't crazy in my beliefs.
Great group of employees to talk to (support group)
Management was arrogant and ruthless, poor planning and executing in growth of the business
PROJECT MANAGER (CONSULTANT) (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 5, 2017
This is an amazing company; however, their turnover rate is extremely to high. If the company does not meet their monthly/quarterly sales quota, then they let people go! It doesn't matter how good you are, at some point expect to be released of your duties.
Product Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – October 20, 2016
In general the typical day at work involved diving into a slew of tickets. After assessing the current problems then dealing with how to resolve them. If you were able to get a general hang on your current issues you could help the others with theirs.
I learned so much during my time here so much so, that attempting to describe it all would be fruitless. Management here was learning like everyone else so it could be a bit of a roller coaster. My co-workers were the best.
I've never worked with a brighter more heartfelt crew, we all cared about the work we were doing. The hardest part of this job was attempting so hard to do the work I loved while still defending that we were doing enough of it with the amount of crew we had. The most enjoyable part of this job was the friends I've kept because of it.
Project Manager of Release Team (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – October 26, 2015
Great CEO, the compensation is all over the place some people on a team get bonus some do not. It is a Good place to work, but the communication between the upper management and the their direct reports is lacking.