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Market & Territory development; • Responsible to qualify and quantify the potential of the territory. • Sell “with” the partner. • Driving the… Cisco Systems, Inc.
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I have been working at Cisco Systems as an intern for more than a yearPros
Definitely a culture that fosters innovation and encourages growth in young employees. Mentors are around every corner, all you have to do is ask. The pay is incredible, especially since you can go to school full-time and pick up projects as they fit your scheduleCons
The company is very fickle and sometimes too big for their own good. A lot of time and money is spent developing young talent but promotions and new hiring are put on hold because of changes in upper level management, etc.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Be sure to provide actual opportunity for advancement. If you don not reward top performers, they will leave and there's a lot of hungry companies eager to snatch up employees you invested so much time and money in.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO