Sr. SDDC Delivery Consultant (Current Employee) – Home Based - Travel to Clients – October 10, 2018
Nothing specific here, great place to work, as a consultant, every day varies, but can have its peaks and valleys of busy time. Don't really get to see my team much but everyone is smart and willing to help.
Regional Account Executive (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 7, 2018
Travel for outside reps is over 60%. There isn't much of a work life balance. Goals have become unattainable over the past year. Management treats people as just a number which is changing the culture of the company. Pay is very good.
Principal Solution Architect, TAM (Former Employee) – Greater Chicago Area – September 18, 2018
VMware is a great environment to work in. They offer alot of opportunities for advancement and growth. The culture is very diverse and open...they try to ensure that all individuals and groups have a say and feel embraced.
They are a large organization, but you still feel a part of the experience even if you are working in the field.
Application support Specialist (Former Employee) – Littleton, CO – September 16, 2018
So, this place is fast paced, has incompetent managers, and a good staff. There are good people throughout the organization, but I saw a lot of good techs burned by really bad middle managers. I think, if one can suck it up for 6 mos, they'll do okay, but is the stress worth it?
Great advancement opportunities if you have passion, ambition
Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – September 4, 2018
After on boarding, working as a Technical Support Engineer is demanding due to the complex product offerings, interactions with other products from VMware and technology partners, and the incoming request volume. Direct management is equally busy with tactical issues, and cannot provide strategic career guidance. Finding time for side projects is challenging, but gains you valuable recognition and advancement opportunities over peers that simply manage cases. Identifying a mentor for guidance and advocacy is critical. #TWW
Group Manager Corporate Demos (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – August 24, 2018
It was a tough four years there. To see the CEO escorted out, badge removed, and just fired in the most inhumane way was heart breaking. It shouldn't have surprised me when they did the same thing to their Corporate Marketing group. So much back stabbing was taking place that I just can't recommend anyone working there.
Sr. Technical Product Owner/Program Manager (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – August 6, 2018
During my tenure at VMware I worked on critical projects that enabled Vmware to grow from 270 Million in annual revenue in 2007 to over 3.6 Billion in 2012. During this time, I worked with the best and most supportive leadership. We had to mature processes and focus on growth concurrently. Fun challenge and highly rewarding.