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Professional Services Engineer - UK

Palo Alto Networks London, England

The Professional Services Engineer will provide onsite installation, deployment, and configuration… Palo Alto Networks


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Systems Engineer - Service Provider Nordics

Palo Alto Networks Stockholm

As a Palo Alto Networks Pre-Sales Systems Engineer you and your Major Account Manager will be responsible for presenting the Palo Alto Networks Next… experteer.com


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Palo Alto Networks President & CEO Mark D. McLaughlin
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    I worked at Palo Alto Networks full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Palo Alto Firewalls are truly revolutionary and it was great to see the "wow" factor when customers got it!

    Cons

    territories have gotten smaller and quotas continue to increase. Increased Forecast visibility to the tune of weekly forecast and commit calls, yes you will have to commit each week to the weekly closed revenue as well as pipeline you're building on a weekly basis. It's a numbers machine and management does a great job to manage SalesForce on a daily basis. If you like weekly forecast/commit calls and the stress of your number over your head then Palo is a great fit for you. If you like running your own business with hands off management then Palo's not a good fit for you. As I said, small territories and big numbers.....High Stress environment!

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    Re-visit company culture, engage your employees, ask for feedback.

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