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30+ days ago

Expert Consultant

Acxiom San Francisco, CA

The Deal Development Strategist is focused on driving larger Acxiom client relationships within a shortened sales cycle working as a trusted adviser… Acxiom


30+ days ago

IT Financial Analyst

Acxiom Corporation Redwood City, CA

• Own and produce the monthly metrics dashboard for IT and Product senior management. What you will need… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Financial Analyst, Corporate FP&A

Acxiom Corporation Redwood City, CA

• Produce dashboards for senior management. Support business decisions by tracking trends and… TheLadders.com


12 days ago

SALES EXECUTIVE

Acxiom Redwood City, CA

This position can be based anywhere in the US. As a Sales Executive at Digital Impact you will drive efforts to expand and grow Acxiom market… Experteer


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    Was a great employer, but lost all sense of direction and tried to veer to far from successful core products

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    Former Employee - Product Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Product Manager in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Acxiom full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Work life balance and benefits

    Cons

    Poor management, many of the managers have never managed before and are very poor communicators and completely violate policies on an ongoing basis. Managers on the Product team are caught up in looking good and producing nothing meaningful. HR is poor at best and the CEO trusts all the wrong people...just because they came from Google doesn't mean they can run your company!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Clean out the product team the right way, this past week all you did was get rid of more mid level team members when you should have cleaned out the VPs and Directors in Product Management. Pick a direction and stick with it based on products that earn money now, you cannot count on the promises from product that new products will make the company great again.

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