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High paced
Inside Sales Supervisor (Former Employee), Dallas, TxFebruary 10, 2014
People were great to work with. I enjoyed working with everyone at this company.
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Ok Company
Accounts Receivable Supervisor (Former Employee), san antonio texasDecember 27, 2013
OK to work for . some room for advancement. Company rapaidly
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Fun place to work
System X Sales Advisor (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXNovember 6, 2013
Pros: lunch and learns
Cons: work hours
I worked non stop 8-5 then when I got home until late in the evening. There was never enough time to get everything done. I did like the constant learning.
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Slave driver project managers especially among the services group
independent contractor (Former Employee), MissouriApril 8, 2013
Cons: invasive of one's privacy; awful work life balance
worked with a project manager who, called incessantly on weekends, texted me, phoned me and generally blasted me with requests about work which he was using to prove he was doing work. He never actually generated anything useful for the project.
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Company lacks direction / mamangment
Sales (Former Employee), WashingtonJuly 23, 2012
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: lack of leadership and teamwork
slary / benefits ok, poort communication and leadership within company. Sales / engineering do not communicate well, lack of leadership in local markets.
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Awesome Company
Sales Support Specialist and Systems Proposals (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 12, 2012
Extremely fast paced and fun environment. A great place to work!!!!!
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Company has no interest in streamlining jobs; back end office processes are a mess
Administrative (Former Employee), Omaha, NEJune 30, 2012
Pros: most employees are great to work with; don't like the mindless thinking that mgmt demands
Cons: too many to list. it's too big to care about their employees or doing the right thing, despite what their website says.
Sirius acquired a local Omaha company, MSI Systems Integrators, in 2010, for several obvious reasons - MSI was at the top of their game, an IBM darling. Customer service was key at MSI - doing what it took to keep the customer's systems running was paramount to all employees. Over the years, MSI had stepped up their game on the behind-the-scenes, back-end – more... office support systems in order to better serve their internal and external customers.

Since the acquisition, Sirius has no interest in keeping their customers happy. Service contracts at MSI had a 4 hour turnaround time - creating and sending out the contract to the salespeople. Sirius took pride in having multiple people touch their services contracts before a customer or the salesperson ever saw it. It takes about a week to wind its way back to the salesperson - and if you had changes, forget about timeliness! Some customers have had to a file a lawsuit in order to get the right thing done. Selling them equipment and not providing the Engineers to install it - really? Sirius does not encourage independent thinking. The owner was upfront that he was just waiting to accumulate a certain amount of wealth before he retired, so he could work with his charities spoke volumes on how they viewed their employees. – less