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Staff iOS SW Engineer

Citrix Systems Gerrards Cross, England +2 locations

If you like to write code, get things done, be challenged with tough problems and love to work with smart people, this is a place where you will have…

30+ days ago

Accountant (General) 2

Citrix Systems Little Chalfont, England

Daily checking/processing of vendor invoices, communication with colleagues and vendors with regard to invoices, supporting of general AP business… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Online Acquisition Marketing Manager

Citrix Systems Little Chalfont, England

Online Acquisition Marketing Manager, International Objectives of Position The Online Acquisition Marketing Manager is responsible for the… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Production Sourcing Manager

Citrix Systems Little Chalfont, England

This position supports the Sr. Area Procurement Manager EMEA/JAPAC in developing and executing strategic and tactical sourcing opportunities across a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead Storage Operations Engineering Analyst

Citrix Systems Little Chalfont, England

The ideal candidate will Serves as a Storage Operations Engineer in a large global multi-site enterprise and will be responsible for providing Tier… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Cloud Platform Implementation Engineer

Citrix South East England

The Cloud Platform Implementation Engineer will function as a member of the Cloud Architecture Group on the WW Cloud Services team. The Cloud… Glassdoor

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Citrix Systems President, CEO, and Director Mark B. Templeton
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    Great company, great ethics, amazing people, management still trying to catch up with the company's growth however.

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    Former Employee - IT Manager in Chalfont Saint Peter, England (UK)
    Former Employee - IT Manager in Chalfont Saint Peter, England (UK)

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


    The biggest perk about working for Citrix is the people. I was always incredibly proud to work for Citrix, i loved the people I worked with, managed and socialized with. The "big cheeses" are inspiring and create and harbor that motivation in their work force.The company changes and adapts extremely fast, so you really feel like you're working for a front runner. The "Work From Anywhere" also allows you to literally give up the need to be tied to a desk, and you get more opportunities to work with people you may otherwise.


    The biggest challenges I faced were mainly caused by remote management and inter-regional relationships. The 3 GEO's (Americas, EMEA and APAC) were not always in agreement about communications/culture/path. Each region, and in some cases each Country, has their own culture and requirements. As Citrix is a US based company, there were often times when communication or direction of a project was inappropriate or difficult to follow for those outside of the US, but getting that culture knowledge across was challenging and sometimes, not taken seriously. It's also very difficult to "switch off" as the company follows the sun, so I found I was spending half my day catching up on the correspondence from the night before, and then having to wait a further 24 hours to get answers from other GEO's.

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    Better value the people you already have. Too often I have seen people leave Citrix after working there for many many years, simply because they don't feel they are being "appreciated". This can be caused by pay (sadly more often than not), but also because career paths are not clear, coherent or don't span between differing teams or operations levels within the company. People WANT to stay at Citrix, but they reach a point when they can get more or go further by having to leave and go elsewhere. If Citrix spent as much time, energy and money looking after their existing star players than they do recruiting new people, they'd retain a lot more knowledge and loyalty.

    I would also suggest "streamlining" the chain of command in some areas. Citrix has a lot of initiative and enthusiasm in their lower ranks, but very often, those of us who work at the front line, who has a clear idea of what the real frustrations and concerns are for our internal and external customers, simply can't get their voices heard. To provide the very best service, you need to listen to the people who deal with it every day. It's great receiving sweeping changes from the higher ups, but if the new version of somethings goes out without that small niggle that's been bothering people for years, the new version won't be that much of a practical improvement.

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