Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – November 30, 2012
Interesting technology and dedicated, talented engineers and program managers. However, the management is aloof, inconsistent, and top-heavy (seven or more VPs in a company of less than 200 people). The management is also factionalized and secretive, carrying out hire-and-fire policies particularly in the business development department. The company also has a very long sales cycle and a limited government market niche which is shrinking rather than growing, so this has no doubt contributed to the drama that keeps people on edge.
nice head office spaces, interesting technology, free snacks and sodas.
long hours, environment of fear, secretive management.