The most enjoyable part of the job was that at the end of the day you can be proud that you overcame employer induced obstacles and made a client happy, even though you were throughout the whole process of the project you were being tossed under the bus by your supervisor.
Throughout the time spent with SFCG I can say I have learned a lot of the ins and outs of that particular version of this niche CRM system that was well on is way out of the door and is now obsolete. Although, I am sure this company is making plans to move on to training into their partner’s newer technologies ~ better late than never strategy!
When I began with the company there were only three individuals employed in-house. Since that time employee retention seems to be a major issue as the small company made many gilded haphazard attempts to accept new personalities, cultures, personality traits such as individual religious and/or social statuses but with little to no tolerance towards actual individuality, recognition and absolutely no possibility of comradeship due to the cliquish bond of the companies two pillars. It is sad to say that if any future be to formed would more aligned with the plot of “Cruel Intentions” or take that positive twist towards a structured firm with efficient standards of operations that would not only ease internal friction but guide clients with the confidence and expertise that they deserve.
The hardest part of the day was the lack of team work, cohesiveness, and transparency. In many ways if you had an excellent idea, it would be stolen and if a mistake was made higher on the totem pole embrace the rapture of being tossed under the preverbal SFCG treads.