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6 days ago

VMware Sales Specialist

Insight UK Uxbridge, England

of this role are; • Analyse customer accounts and proactively identify new VSPP sales opportunities…

6 days ago

Administrator - Multilingual

Insight UK Uxbridge, England

Insight UK are currently looking to recruit Experienced French, Spanish and German Speaking Administrators to join our Product Sourcing team in our…

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Insight President and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth T. Lamneck
Kenneth T. Lamneck
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    Poor Management

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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Insight full-time for more than 3 years


    Training around sales and that is the ONLY positive thing.


    Poor management with no direction what so ever. They keep handing out promo leaflets to call from. One day you are calling to sell HP printer and tell the client why HP is better than other, the next day you have to call the same client again and sell Epson or Dell and advise that why it is better than others.

    They have hard time paying commission to their sales guys. You dont get any support from management. Within the last 2 years (2012-2014), more than 100 people have resigned due to poor management from their UK office. They micro-manage and do not let you sell your own way. You know your clients better, but they treat you like a kid.

    If you pickup recent data about the growth of tech companies, Insight graph is going down. Its a shame to see a good company being mis-managed. They have let very good people go and have changed their way of operation from solution selling to call centre.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You need to treat adults like adults. You can guide them, but do not push them towards what your vendors want to sell

    Doesn't Recommend
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