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Director, Business Development

E2open Foster City, CA +2 locations

Manage a geographic territory with a range of accounts, targeting OEMs & brand owners (ex. GAP, AVON, DELL, McDonalds) with global value chains Sell… E2open

3 days ago

Integration Engineer (Software Engineer)

E2open Austin, TX

More and more companies with complex, outsourced networks of suppliers, logistics providers, and distributors lack much needed visibility… E2open

3 days ago

Senior Manager/Director of Talent JD

E2open Foster City, CA

Senior Manager/Director of Talent JD The Senior Manager/Director of Talent provides leadership and support to management on talent acquisition… E2open

3 days ago

Revenue Analyst

E2open Foster City, CA

Revenue Analyst The Revenue Analyst is responsible for the revenue accounting process for assigned areas. This position will perform monthly and… E2open

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    I worked at E2open full-time for more than 5 years


    Lot to learn in supply chain, opportunities to understand and maybe solve some of the complex supply chain problems faced by large enterprises.Good work/life balance where some work very hard (but that crew is almost extinct now) and at their expense others that hardly work.


    Services mindset all the way. Going-live and keeping lights-on has been motto. Technology and architecture are extremely outdated (even products acquired over the past year). All investment in building the network over the years has not paid off,wake up the market around you has moved on! Lot of big talk but nothing tangible has come out in the recent years. No integration between products, inability to conceive and build modular offerings, smart people with outdated skillsets.Top heavy, lots of people with big titles who contribute nothing to top/bottom line and have little accountability.Selective transparency top/down, lack of vision and determination to see through investments and inability to deliver to product roadmaps.

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    For those in denial, both startups and established players are disrupting this space by solving the same problems in very different ways. You are not even in the ballpark on some of their offerings.The sweet spot (gaps between ERPs/MRPs is fast closing). It's a question of time before services margins start to shrink and lack of relevant products will result in being dropped out of the radar.

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