Sr. Account Manager (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 4, 2018
Liaison Technologies has grown through acquisition and therefore has a lot of moving parts. However, Management seemed to have a difficult time focusing all the parts into a cohesive plan to move the company forward. In the time I worked there I never saw a list of company goals and when asked about them C-level managers would refer me to my mid-level manager.
On the positive side - * I worked with some very knowledgeable people at Liaison that did a wonderful job of meeting and exceeding customer expectations.
Worked with some knowledgeable and energetic people.
Integration Analyst (Current Employee) – Carbondale IL – March 8, 2018
Culture is none existent unless "culture" mean no minorities work here. Management is a joke. Company has no direction. CEO is moron. They will use you up and spit you out. Raises between 0.00%-0.19% yearly(less then 2 percent max) putting you way under inflation rate. They Lie about the amount they pay so if you apply thinking you will get what the ad says you are sadly mistaken. High turn over rate that is why they are always advertising multiple jobs on this site.
Strategic Account Executive (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – November 28, 2017
When I arrived, there had just been a complete change in the sales' staff and direction. We were launching a new platform, which was not living up to the hype. Great people with their customers in mind. Just a hard time for me with all the shifts.
Security Analyst/Platform Support (Former Employee) – Carbondale, IL – September 29, 2014
Work/life ratio is a joke...you're constantly working even when you're not at the office. You're constantly on call. Management isn't together or with its employees and leaves all of the training to the employees. Training documents and material is scattered and changes whether you know it or not. Co-workers are nice and goes above and beyond the call of duty sometimes but their are the few rotten apples that are in it for themselves and not a true team player. The pay for the area is average and you could probably do better elsewhere in general.
Events for employees and work space is really nice
Flakey management, and bad documentation. People are semi-friendly.
Content Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 8, 2014
• Transformed raw product information into standardized catalog content utilizing a database called Content Director. • Interpret data based on specific knowledge of statistics and translate into actionable business terms and projects. • Managed and maintained data in repositories containing over 200,000 product SKUs, including current product catalogs containing over 110,00 SKUs for a major distributor of Paper, Packaging, Graphics and Facility supplies. • Work with product manufacturers and suppliers to collect and organize product information from multiple sources and formats. • Edit, update and validate content for accuracy, integrity and adherence to rigorous quality standards.