Customer Success Manager (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – August 23, 2018
Great co-workers, sales staff and lower management. Total lack of communication between departments. Very poor project management at the higher levels of the company. Changes are made to the organization without any transition period. Product development and changes are decided by people who do not understand the clients and how they use the products. The company has been purchased twice in two years. Great thing: can work from home but you are expected to be available nearly 24x7. "Work life integration" is expected.
Accounting Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 26, 2018
The culture and people are Intralinks are a perfect fit for me. Very smart people in a work smart not hard mentality. I feel valued and rewarded for my hard work - and we support our team. I really love coming into work every day to try and make myself and my company better.
Exposure to M&A and Networking within Financial Services
Team Lead (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 9, 2018
Best in class product/service, great opportunity to network within Financial Services sector, company sponsored events, relatively relaxed work environment (provided you perform), expectation of conducting client facing meetings daily
Fun culture, expense account, travel (product/territory dependent), health benefits
Limited product development, comoditized sector, unstructured strategy and management, cap on true earning potential and career advancement
Business System Analyst/Project Manager (Former Employee) – New York – March 27, 2018
I had a good time with my coworkers in NY, nevertheless I had four managers in four years, one excellent that decided to leave, one very absent but nice, and two of them very unqualified to manage people.
There were always something going on, so no time to get bored. It was a nice place to be and learn
Great People, Great products, Poor structure and company direction
Finance Umbrella (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 24, 2017
Has a lot of potential because of the great employees with so much knowledge in the industry and their great products. The problem comes from poor direction from the executive leadership team who have no clue what it means to protect the hard working, dedicated loyal employees that make the highest impact in the organization. With that said...the turnover rate is poor and is the reason the company is failing instead of growing. Company was just acquired and not in a good place now.
great salaries and benefits
poor work life balance for select depts, poor management, lots of turnover.