Mass layoffs occurred due to investor pressure and failing to meet goals
Sales Development (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – January 9, 2018
Despite that the company seemed to be in a healthy way, they had just gotten a new CEO when I left and laid off a lot of people, but it seemed like they were positioning themselves to run faster and less bloated and maintain a more start-up like culture. Everyone there was incredibly nice, professional, ambitious, relaxed, and hard working.
Sr. Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – July 22, 2017
Act On is a great place to work, with a laid-back environment and pretty easy-going management. We're exploring new technologies like Aurelia and Node, but also maintain a legacy app that uses Java, Angular 1, and JSP.
Great workplace inviroment, ping pong, scooters, free meals, good pay
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – June 3, 2015
My day consisted of making cold calls to prospective businesses to schedule appointments to demo our marketing automation platform. I also ran the demo's and nurtured the client all the way through the buying process.
I learned a lot of valuable information around digital marketing. I also learned how to be a better consultant in the sales process and use more of a soft close than a hard or trial close.
Software Implementation Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 9, 2015
Disorganized, unprofessional and border line discriminating. This is a company that made the decision to open up a new office comprised of siblings and making them managers. This can pose as a political nightmare.