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19 days ago

Virtualization (Citrix) Consultant

Advizex Technologies Burlington, MA

Senior Virtualization Consultant - Citrix AdvizeX Technologies is a leading information technology provider of infrastructure and enterprise… Dice


19 days ago

Network Consultant

Advizex Technologies Rochester, NY +3 locations

Duties Provide leadership in the design and integration of enterprise class networking solutions for AdvizeX customer base Participate in sales… Dice


9 days ago

SharePoint Implementation Specialist

Advizex Technologies Pittsburgh, PA +3 locations

Provide Pre-sales support to gather customer requirements and produce Project Proposals, including level of effort, resources required, and duration… Dice


19 days ago

Exchange/AD (Microsoft) Consultant

Advizex Technologies Burlington, MA

Senior ExchangeActive Directory Microsoft Consultant GENERAL PURPOSE This position is for a senior Microsoft Consultant with 5-10 yearsrsquo… Dice


30+ days ago

Senior BRS Backup and Recovery Consultant

AdvizeX United States

This position is for a Backup and Recovery consultant focused on the design and implementation of enterprise-class, backup and recovery systems… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Virtualization Consultant

AdvizeX United States

AdvizeX Technologies is a leading information technology provider of infrastructure and enterprise application solutions. AdvizeX combines the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Executive

AdvizeX United States

Sales Hunter IT Solutions Product and Professional Services AdvizeX Technologies, LLC is an experienced value-added re-seller, who has been in the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Microsoft Consultant

AdvizeX United States

This position is for a Microsoft Consultant with 5-10 years experience working within a Microsoft Exchange and Advanced Infrastructure environments… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Security Consultant

AdvizeX United States

include project based engineering, designing, installing and troubleshooting data/security network infrastructure for customers. Additional… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Principal Consultant

AdvizeX United States

Principal Consultant Network and Security Advisory Services The AdvizeX Advisory Services practice focuses across a wide variety of technology… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at AdvizeX full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Great company to work for and I personally have had the opportunity to grow my career as the company has grown. The company has consistently grown revenues and overall employee headcount dating back to 2005.
    The vision of the company is Customers for Life – so for sales people in the organization this is great because once an account rep brings in a new client the organization rallies around them to provide the best support for the client and even when things go wrong on an client engagement the organization’s philosophy is to figure out how to get things back on track and make them right for client.

    For consultants and technologist the organization has a broad customer base across multiple verticals so there are always a wide variety of technologies and projects to work on. The company invests heavily in training for the technical resources to serve clients and also keep aligned to their strategic OEM partners. The company business strategy is to lead with technologist and I would credit this strategy as what has allowed the company to stay in business since 1975 and remain relevant as innovation and disruptive technology has changed the IT landscape over the years.

    Culturally and operationally the company provides clearly defined objective goals for individual employees and defines what employees need to do to be rewarded financially. The company refers to this as their value of Pay for Performance so individuals that deliver high performance will do well while under performers will not make as much money.

    The company is good about work life balance and providing employees with freedom and flexibility in how they get their jobs done. If employees take accountability and initiative around pursuing the goals defined by the company and perform, the company provides a lot of freedom and flexibility to those high performing employees.

    The management team is committed to employees once they are hired assuming the employee performs. In 2009 during the recession the company management made the conscious decision to take a hit to bottom line profits instead of laying off any employees when a great majority of other IT companies were laying off up to 25% of their workforces. In that time period of economic uncertainty it was nice to have the security of knowing the company would do the right thing by employees.

    The company was acquired in November of 2012 and the acquisition has had a positive impact on further increasing the focus on driving the growth of the services business and growing the technology organization to bring the best technologists to customers. The acquisition has also had the benefit of broadening the portfolio of solutions the company offers.

    Cons

    The biggest challenge I would warn a new employee about is when new people that join the organization, I have sometimes seen that the freedom and flexibility that comes with the work life balance aspect of the company’s culture cans sometimes be confused for lack of clarity or direction – Individuals that take initiative, responsibility, and accountability usually overcome this challenge pretty quickly. The company expects its employees to be professionals and with this autonomy comes a little bit of ambiguity at times.

    For sales reps joining the organization it can be difficult for the first 12-18 months as you hunt for accounts and build up a book of business. The company culture of customers for life means that install base accounts don’t get shifted around between account reps much, unless the customer specifically requests a change or the sales rep is not performing. As a rep if you have existing accounts or relationships when you join the company you will ramp faster otherwise you need to look at joining the company with some upfront investment in the first 12-18 months to build up a book of business.

    The advice I would give to a consultant is reach out early on to build relationships and get engaged on client projects otherwise you will have some challenges getting ramped up. For consultants and technologists joining the organization you will typically get busy on projects quickly although sometimes the first month to quarter can take some time to build your relationships with the technical leadership team, sales teams, and other consultants. Typically once a strong technical consultant starts getting in front of clients and working on projects and establishes credibility there will be lots of requests to get that consultant involved and working on projects. The company will also ask the consultants to take training and certification for compliance with OEM programs and to remain on the leading edge for clients – sometimes consultants struggle with balancing out training with working on client engagements.

    Sometimes the organizations sets challenging stretch goals to drive individual growth in alignment with organizational growth of the company.

    The acquisition in 2012 like any other acquisition created a period of transition for about 1 year or so. We were told there would not be any changes and for the most part that has turned out to be an accurate statement, the biggest change being the shift towards increasing the growth of the services business and the technical staff which has been a positive change for customers and employees. With some minor ups and downs after the acquisition overall it went well for an acquisition and the company direction and strategy feels stronger now that it was before the acquisition.

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