Changing of the business model drove down corporate culture
Manager of Network and VOIP Engineer (Former Employee) – Reston, VA 20190 – February 23, 2018
Work/life balance was adequate until they changed their business model to support state business.
Their only competition, the ACT, passed them up in quality and advanced technology. It drove the company to broker a new way of doing business connecting to school districts in which to provide their services. Rather than taking time to assess risk and change impact , C-level staff chose to drive forward at full speed not taking into the account the technical implications that resulted.
IT turnover has since shot up and the intellectual property of managing a complicated service delivery model has increased service risk exponentially.
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