Channel Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – April 6, 2017
Purchased technology from Seagate and had no clue how to sell it and grow the company. CEO in Portland, VP Sales in Utah, EVP out east. No one local at Eden Prairie HQ. Had no clue how to implement channel sales. Biggest strength was the cold calling team.
Corporate System Engineer/Tech Marketing Engineer (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – March 16, 2017
In the early days of Xiotech (while I worked there) it was a exciting, fast paced place to work. There was a lot of emphasis on growing the company and everyone pitched in wherever needed to make that happen. The founders had a close relationship with the employees and also rolled up their sleeves to pitch in where needed. That was a long time ago.
L1 Tech Support (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs,CO – February 1, 2013
XIO Tech was ok for me..THE only thing I did not like is that co-workers were quick to point the finger that you did something wrong..or who did it? and Management was quick to come at you too as in What did you do? LOL.. I didn't feel the TEAM enviroment. Some people were ok and others acted like you were stupid. OVERALL the XIO company was great.
free coffee! every now and then you got leftovers if you were quick!
healthcare cost to the employee was high. rotating shifts not good for your body!
Could be a great place if there was agreement amongst the head shed
Consultant (Former Employee) – Colorado springs – March 9, 2012
They will waste thousands in resources by wasting time not making decisions. You could have 3 possible solutions for a problem or possible problem and they will not listen there. There are some people there whom are very, very difficult to work with. Really good at what they do but that is all they are good at.
small work out room, showers. good pay.
managment is lost, they cannot execute when the rubber meets the road, do not pay thier contractors or vendors on time