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6 days ago

Services Sales Consultant

Hewlett-Packard New York, NY

. • Provide support to Account managers and provide input regarding business… Hewlett-Packard


5 days ago

HP Autonomy Account Executive

Hewlett-Packard New York, NY

include: · Develop and implement account plans to achieve defined sales targets · Identify and qualify leads, and generate new business… Hewlett-Packard


3 days ago

Senior Briefing Program Manager – new

Hewlett-Packard New York, NY

include: · Manage all aspects of briefing planning for 8-10 customized briefings per month that focus on strategic accounts, large revenue deals and… Hewlett-Packard


6 days ago

Managed Print Services Specialist

Hewlett-Packard New York, NY

Applies advanced subject matter knowledge to solve complex business issues and is regarded as a subject matter expert. Frequently contributes to the… Hewlett-Packard


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    Buyer beware and someone moved my cheese.

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    Former Employee - Software Sales in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Software Sales in New York, NY

    I worked at Hewlett-Packard full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Brand name and breath of product. Compensation is good. Benefits industry standard.

    Cons

    Change and more change. Change is part of life and it the IT industry, however, HP has redefined the word. The biggest complaint is from the client base, two many reps and territory changes. Customer support and R & D is the worst in the IT industry.

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    What management. Too many and too many layers of folks that do not add value. Management is interested in the next level to keep their jobs and not interested in employees or customers. HP needs continuity in the field and more reps, not more layers of management.

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