They will file for bankruptcy again.
Answered - Senior User Support Specialist- (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Their current CEO is on a mission to shuffle dollars to their cloud based "CRM/ Automation" solution. Taking the company private and then moving money while renaming is his strategy to bring a supposedly digital powerhouse out as an IPO once the dollars are moved. Similar to how the phone companies cut ties with the print product years ago and loaded off millions in bad debt in the process.
Promising outcomes working at DEX
Answered - Vendor Management Expediter (Current Employee) - Camarillo, CA
I do not feel confident about the future of Dex Media. They have been consistently losing about 20% revenue year after year. They have been in and are still looking like they will be in a shrinking mode for quite a while to come.
Answered - Senior Media Consultant / Premise Sales Rep (Former Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA
If they can keep a CEO more than a year that may help
Answered - Claims Representative (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
Dex Media has a bright future. The company has made great progress under Joe Walsh's leadership.
Answered - prefer not to say (Former Employee) - Grapevine, TX
I feel they could have a wonderful future if they promote or compensate employees that are loyal and already doing the duties of the (promoted) higher paid employees. The loyal employees are not being compensated nor recognized.
If Dex Media can keep their word by allowing Account Managers to manager a reasonable amount of accounts in hopes of assisting the clients at 100% this would make a difference in keeping clients and employees.
Answered - Gold Campaign Manager (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX
They have a wonderful future
Answered - Insides Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Omaha, NE
Yellow pages customers have declined heavily over the last ten years and Dex Media was too late incorporting internet advertising. Much of the work has bee outsourced.
Answered - Graphics Supplier Specialist (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC
Not very optimistic as I feel they will lose many accounts due to the lack of use of the yellow pages.
Answered - Marketing Consultant (Current Employee) - Middleton, MA