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A/P Specialist II

ePlus Herndon, VA

  • Responsible for the timely processing of payables • Review invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Audio Visual Communications Engineer

ePlus Herndon, VA

· Respond to requests for technical assistance in person, over the phone or in video. · Track and route problems, requests and document solutions… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Account Executive

ePlus Seattle, WA

  • Achieve growth objectives through prospecting, lead response, and relationship building with Mid-Tier and Fortune 1000 companies… Glassdoor


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    Not a good place for engineers, take #2.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at ePlus full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    This is a solid company with a great portfolio of clients of all kind. Given variety of clients and projects you get to learn and work with a lot of cutting edge technologies. There are quite a few sharp engineers who are very dedicated and willing to help you if you face a challenge. You won't be micromanaged.

    Cons

    This is a sales company regardless what career opportunities they are trying to "sell" you on interview. Any professional development and training is judged upon whether it will make more sales at the end. Thus, they will rather willing to have you to do a miracle and develop yourself in 10 best-selling-this-year technologies/products than interested in having deep expertise in specific area. Everything is done on cheap. Salary is average, benefits are subpar, 401K match is a complete joke. Your hours are flexible, meaning you will be expected to work late hours and weekends to make the sale happen. Pre/post sales engineers are overbooked, frequently on the road and being teared apart by sales managers due to overlapping time frames and projects. Post-sales and managed services engineers are on the bottom of the food chain. Absolutely no career development plans. Training is mostly non-existent and limited to whatever self-paced material is available from vendors. Well known fact is that salary raises and promotions are only happening when someone is announcing about going to resign. Too much leadership and director titles but no real leadership.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Wake up, economy is not that bad anymore: review your compensation levels and benefits. Respect your talent and stop referring your engineers as "bodies to make more sales" on national sales meetings. Plan on train and develop deep expertise rather than having "jacks of all kinds" with mediocre knowledge of dozen things. Promote within rather than hiring from outside (vendors).

    Doesn't Recommend
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