Sales Director - Named Account Team (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – October 24, 2017
The company is focused on enabling sales people to be successful. Senior management is available and willing to roll up their sleeves. Company needs to make a successful transition to a security firm - and it's presenting a challenge.
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 16, 2018
Good company to learn in the beginning. The company is struggling to grow currently. Management is taking the wrong calls to hit the revenue target. Wouldn't recommend to someone looking for long term prospects.
Senior Software QA Engineer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – November 21, 2017
We believe that technology should be a great liberator. Freeing organizations to push the limits of productivity and innovation. Empowering people to work anywhere and at anytime. And giving IT the peace of mind that critical systems will always be accessible and secure.
Front Desk Administrator (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – July 20, 2017
A10 is full of amazing people that look out for you not only as an employee, but as an individual and human being. Awesome holiday parties, company events and A10 Branded gear for those in the right positions.
Bagel Fridays, discounted vending, truly incredible people, fun gear, awesome holiday parties as well as company events and celebrations
Some employees are over appreciated while others are severly underappreciated
A10 Networks is small but growing company with a positive culture
Region Sales Director AZ, NM (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – May 26, 2013
An extremely busy job requiring a lot of sales calls (all prospecting) due to only having one solution to provide potential customers - a Layer 4-7 Application Networking switch. A10 is in the David vs. Goliath role which is quite challenging against a dominant competitor like f5 that owns dominant market share and possesses a far more vast solutions portfolio which addresses security and other areas of interest to IT executives of every level. Immediate sales management is positive and supportive but bandwidth stretched therefore lacking the ability to get involved at the frequency level required to compete and close deals against more well known competitors. Training on the solutions and how to sell against the competition should be far more extensive. Sales co-workers are strong - field pre-sales engineering talent is spotty outside of corporate. Winning big deals against our far bigger and stronger competitors is exciting - but far more challenging than it should be the strengths of the A10 solution. Being part of an IPO is the most exciting part of being with A10.
Small unknown organization, unknown in ADC space, tough to get into large enterprise companies, perception is too small, too risky to do business with