Order Management Specialist (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – July 27, 2018
I worked at Ivanti, Inc. (formally, LANDesk Software for 2 years as an Order Management Specialist in the finance department. My first year was ok, however, when it became Ivanti, they made it very competitive and hard to advance. It was never enough work to do and when you wanted to learn something else the other Order Management Specialist did not want you entering their domain. It became an environment of dishonestly, back stabling and lies. The worse part is going to HR for help was of no use as they did not want to handle any employee's complaints. They sale you on the company with lies and false promises. I will say the Order Management Team and Accounts Receivables is the worse of the teams at Ivanti and it would be a great mistake for anyone who take positions with these teams. You should spare yourself misery and find yourself a real career.
Very few weekends will you have to work.
Stessful work environment, Competitiveness has created a culture of dishonest, lying and back stabling, Yearly raise less then 1%, If there is a problem HR will not be of help.
Support Staff (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 17, 2018
Typical day: Nine hour days because there is a one hour lunch mandated. This is a support facility where you are on the phone much of your day, wearing a headset. You will be required to train yourself. The culture is there is quiet with little social interaction. Certain employees have the freedom to treat you like you're less than human, and get a free pass to continue to do so.
Management is horrible.
Pay rates are well below usual.
The best part? End of day, Fridays and paydays.
There are a few good people there.
Can't think of a thing to put here.
It's a stepping stone to where you are really going.
Software Engineer in Test (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – February 15, 2018
I enjoyed my time working at ivanti, but they did have several rounds of lay-offs during the more than 10 years that I worked there. Ivanti values a work / life balance and encourages employees to use PTO time. Ivanti promotes team building by sponsoring summer and Christmas parties as well as quarterly activities for each department. Benefits and vacation policy seem to be above average for the Salt Lake area.
Great culture and some great people. Huge instability.
Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 23, 2018
Ivanti is now a large ship without a rudder going around and around in circles. Gobbled up company after company and now isn't sure what they are selling as a lot of the products do the same thing. Glowing All Hands meetings indicate a few setbacks yet still sell the fact of success and growth when reality shows them closing entire offices exercising layoffs. Sales group is always on thin ice with unrealistic goals in order to meet huge expectations. Most of the Sales teams can't discern between the product offerings and this leaves customers wondering what is what and if the product roadmap will ever be consolidated. Great work atmosphere and a really good culture. The billion dollar Ivanti isn't near as great as the 200 million dollar LANDESK was.
Food, culture, atmosphere.
Misguided management, lean resource staffing, and no clear vision as to what product is what.
Sales Ops (Current Employee) – Colorado – January 22, 2018
The executives do not seem to have focus (or are not able to communicate properly). There was little guidance regarding mergers of companies or products and end results made little sense. Culture seemed to heavily favor main offices with little regard to talent at other locations.
Immediate manager was good and he genuinely seemed to care
Communication to employees from executives had little bearing on what they were actually doing, Claimed to value experience, then laid off tenured employees and rehired cheaper labor elsewhere
Advisory Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – November 28, 2017
Management and Product Management in particular are struggling to formulate a clear SAAS strategy for their numerous product offerings. There seems to be a trend towards moving engineering offshore with new teams starting in Poland, Romania, and India while closing offices in Galway, Ireland, and Scottsdale, AZ.
Very supportive learning environment which was excellent.
Product management does not have a handle on SAAS direction.