Sales (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 10, 2018
Not a great place to work. Management is not inclusive, upper management dictates and expects their orders to be followed without comment or constructive criticism. As the title states, this company never prepares for the future. Always waits until the last minute and then panics when sales goals are looming and there's no plan of action other than "work harder' Pretty much a company full of managers, not leaders. Don't believe that statement? Just look at the product line, there hasn't been an innovative product launched in years. Just refinements of existing technology. Meanwhile DIY products like Ring, Nest and others are gobbling up marketshare that used to be owned by Control4. Hopefully the new product manager from Amazon will turn this ship around
Developer/Consultant (Current Employee) – Draper, UT – January 21, 2015
Started off great and the job and company seem very promising. Some aspects of the company have gotten better other much worse. Seems as if there if no direction of where the company is heading.
I love the industry and was looking forward to being able to contribute and saw an industry full of innovation. We rarely innovate and our new products are no where near similar products in their respective fields as far as quality and design.
Many think management are just buying time for a buyout, which has caused many to not buy in to the bigger picture.
Some great people at the company and love the social culture, I really don't see the company surviving long term. I could be wrong.
Marketing (Current Employee) – Draper, UT – August 28, 2013
Management by crisis, definitely falls prey to the "shiny key" syndrome. Began doing more about the overall strategic direction just recently. Some departments seem more functional, others more dysfunctional.