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15 days ago

Senior Systems Engineer - Federal

A10 Networks Washington, DC

• Assist with the development of formal sales plans and proposals for assigned opportunities. In addition to technological aptitude, and the… A10 Networks


30 days ago

Regional Sales Manager - Federal

A10 Networks Washington, DC

• Drive end-user new business, new logo sales • Deliver results to meet/exceed assigned target quota • Identify and qualify business… A10 Networks


9 days ago

Regional Sales Manager - Intelligence Community/Navy

A10 Networks Washington, DC

This individual must be highly motivated and be able to work independently and as a team selling into this territory. The candidate will be… A10 Networks


30+ days ago

Systems Engineer - DoD/Federal

A10 Networks Washington, DC

• Assist with the development of formal sales plans and proposals for assigned opportunities. In addition to technological aptitude, and the… A10 Networks


30+ days ago

Senior Systems Engineer - New England

A10 Networks Herndon, VA

• Assist with the development of formal sales plans and proposals for assigned opportunities. In addition to technological aptitude, and the… A10 Networks


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    Worked really hard, in a promising industry, but disappointment at the end

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    I worked at A10 Networks full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Products competed in promising industries - ADC/security. Speaking from the engineering side, it was really flat and unstructured. If your personality and working style are liked by the leadership, you would get quick promotion. So there's opportunity for career growth. If you like to work in the networking field, you would get a lot of exposures in different areas and learn great amount of skills (hopefully those skills can still be useful for a number of years). You would get a lot of experience working under pressure. People were generally very nice and willing to help. Benefit was decent.

    Cons

    Most of the financial problems (declining rev, rising costs) were caused by the engineering, IMO. Engineering leadership (including CEO) always made you feel frustrated. They don't generally listen, and speak with logics few people understand. Some managers liked to bark in the ears to drive people to work harder. Too many random projects and quality couldn't be maintained. Big projects were pursued due to political reasons, and even everybody knew it's useless, it had to be worked on. No product management, at all. Vision was built in the cloud - never think about execution. Moral was getting lower and lower, but senior management thought they could turn it around just by talking.

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    Engineering leadership needs a change.

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