Sr. Director of Services Engineering (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 2, 2019
Nothing to add here. The company has since changed quite significantly since my time there. Would not recommend to any engineer or product type person as the company is sales/commission driven to a fault.
Great potential, poor execution, hopeless leadership
Employee (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 21, 2018
With a CEO at the helm who cares more about personal power over toadies than about any kind of focus or plans grounded more in reality, Globalscape has experienced a sharp rise in pointy-haired boss syndrome and a series of spectacular "inorganic growth" failures culminating in a decision to "stop innovating" coupled with massive layoffs, including some of the company's most loyal and long-suffering team members that helped build the company's success in spite of its management. While Globalscape has no business being publicly traded as such a small company, the fact that it is publicly traded is the driving force behind nearly all of the continual bad decisions. Gutting the company appears aimed at temporarily maximizing profit reports in order to entice a buyout from a bigger company. I would be very cautious accepting any employment offer.
Vice President of Sales (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 21, 2017
Was a fun group of people that grew a small software company from 5 million a year to over 20 million a year in under 5 years. Everyone had a common goal to grow the company, and everyone worked towards that achievement.
Free benefits, free soft drinks and great stock options
Poor management resulting in negative cultural shift.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 9, 2017
Use to be a good place to work however recent changes to management have drastically changed the environment. The current CEO is untrustworthy and quick-tempered. Changes to the benefits such as reduced vacation days have caused a loss of morale. Micromanaged 1984 culture prevails.