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Internet Marketing Analyst- User Experience Manager

CA Technologies Bellevue, WA

Maintain and drive UX guidelines, use cases, and user flows for the websiteAct as the UX expert for launches and campaigns. Develop user flows, use… Ivy Exec

11 days ago

Principal Consultant, Presales

CA Technologies Bellevue, WA

As a Principal Consultant, Presales you will be responsible for providing subject-matter expertise on CA's Application Delivery Portfolio; CA LISA… Glassdoor

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    Upper R&D Management has no focus on futures

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    Current Employee - Lifer XVP in Bellevue, WA
    Current Employee - Lifer XVP in Bellevue, WA

    I have been working at CA Technologies


    1) The physical location of the office is nice if you can take a bus.
    2) I like the CEO.


    1) Company lacks focus, and investment in its experienced resource pool
    2) Be careful of which development office you sign up for as many are not developing anything that is currently on the critical path for CA, so an R&D job or PM job might be stuck supporting legacy software that has been in trouble due to "off shoring development, qa, and support to India".
    3) Innovation is praised, but rarely invested in or executed on.
    4) Cloud computing rules the roost, but CA's current cloud solutions are not really players in the market, thus CA has been on a fast track of irrelevance in the industry for about a year now with nothing really coming in to focus as a market changer for them.
    5) Forget about raises, get your money up front. Not to mention the 500 layoffs that CA posts about every 6 months.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to the lowest ranks (Pr. Sr. Dev, Arch, Sales), and the experienced (5-10yrs, - you know the folks that have stuck by the company loyally through its worst years) ranks, specifically in R&D. Don't take their suggestions as destructive criticism, but perhaps understand that if there is a mistake that Sr. Management has made in the past, these roles have likely lived through it, and learned from it and would be happy to share those experiences and solutions - specifically if it meant they wouldn't have to live through the mistake yet again.

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