Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – May 30, 2018
The company allowed me to grow professionally and personally. I branched out from a job that I was unhappy about for many years. The time that I spent there was a learning experience overall. I enjoyed the people and was blessed to be given this opportunity.
Product Owner (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – June 15, 2018
Skills and experience with toolset matter less than what the new management team feels about you. Very much seems like they are trying to clean house and get rid of anyone who will question their decisions, which is almost everyone because they are unwilling to explain the business case behind the decisions
Management is cut throat. The place is full of cliques it is all about who you know. I worked with some great co workers client and auditors for years but management is the worst I have ever had. If you plan to work and never advance and become a stress ball this job is for you no matter what job title you take.
Very good people, IT department in confusion and fragmented
Sr. Network Engineer (consultant) (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – October 27, 2017
They are at a crossroads, they do not know who they want to become. SAAS or Security Technology Company. Best practices vary between the two. I can not speak for other management arenas of the company but the IT division is broken. This job was Network Limbo. Expect no support or changes to occur quickly. If you are happy with basic of basic network life and being a Yes employee, this is the job for you. HIGH TURN OVER RATE for engineers, 5 quit since I've been here. "People do not quit companies, they Quit managers"
Technical Services Engineer (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – September 29, 2017
The software concept is good, the management is fair, but the deployment needs improvement. While I was there, I was assigned to 8 deployment projects and none of them ever finished. The software developers were constantly making updates and each update required a new deployment. The philosophy seemed to be Develop the software, Deploy the software to clients, and then QA in production, revise and repeat. They may have improved since I was there, but in 10 months I felt trapped and overwhelmed.Approach with caution.
Great group of people to work with, management sucks
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Waltham, MA – July 19, 2017
Everyone at the company says the same thing - the hardest part about leaving the company is leaving the people you work with. But upper management makes decisions for the company that appears completely disconnected to the needs to their employees, including tools and resources.
This company is VERY learn as you go, and hit the road running (FAST). It gets tiresome, but can be exciting. Normally everyone there will help and support you, even though it feels like you're being set up to fail (which you will, but people are understanding).
Business Development Manager (BDM) Americas (Former Employee) – Boston, MA covered Northeast States – February 21, 2017
Outside Sales position working with fortune 500 executives over compliance and regulatory software. Sales cycles usually over 6 months and small team to compete against a highly competitive team. Company was still in conservative transition but had high hopes being a leader in the industry. Typical day involved setting up meetings with Compliance Executives and evaluating potential needs of business using enterprise software.
Independent, Strong Reputation, Management is seasoned
Lack of Budgets (Fiscal Year), Long sales cycles, minimal lead generation