PC / Printer Configuration Technician (Current Employee) – Kent, WA – June 9, 2018
• PC / Printer Configuration Technician – connecting via the network card to PC and mapping the printers. • Provide configuration, integration and logistics services that meet all IT infrastructure clienteles. • Presented formal and informal training and assistance to customers reporting, responding to, and resolving customer requests.
Program Solutions Specialist (Former Employee) – Auburn, WA – April 17, 2018
Management was very poor the only way you can get ahead is to be facebook buddies with managers or you would not be able to advance. lack of direction and no feed back no way to know if you are doing a good job. the employees are very unprofestional swaring is the norm.
Salesman/Consultant (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – January 24, 2018
would recommend in a heartbeat. management was great. At zones you were given the tools and knowledge to be great at knowing your equipment you were selling. The selling was the hard part. Closing deals and getting decent customers to call was the hardest part of building your book of business.
Enterprise Hardware Client Account Manager (Former Employee) – Auburn, WA – May 6, 2017
Zones is a company that cares little for its customers and even less for its employees. Poor management and a mentality that everyone is easily replaced made this a poor work environment. The work was mostly busy work as Zones has an issue streamlining their processes.
Category Manager (Current Employee) – Auburn, WA – February 1, 2017
The typcial day at work is tracking activities associate with Partners that you manage. As well as emails for requests from Partner/ Account Executives and management. I have moved up in the company but they do tend to push you to your limits at times. The people are great, everyone is hardworking! Never a bored moment at Zones. Management views and agendas change regularly, be prepared for constant change with direction and how to run your business. The people and the perks are always great!
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – September 27, 2016
It's smile and dial and find a way to create sales opportunities. If you're comfortable with the inside sales lifestyle you'll do well here. If not, avoid it. Occasional free lunches, base plus commission, good coworkers are pros. The hardest part of any sales job is prospecting. Most enjoyable part is the paycheck. Like any other sales job.
Software Exeutive (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – September 18, 2016
Antiquated business model, lacks marker innovation and growth dynamic. It's competitor has tripled their revenue in the past few years, this company has struggled to grow 25%, lacks adaptability, has a criminally low cost operation model.