Ryko has been growing lately through acquisitions driven by the owner capitalists. The result is a bit of a mishmash of culture. It overall a good company to work for for the right person, but it also has its roots in manufacturing resulting in management that doesn't always know how to handle office workers.
There's frequently uncertainty about - more ... direction, with management decision.
The technology is a mishmash of holdovers from as early as the 1990s, and some new innovations of the last three years. - less