CommVault Systems, Inc. – Singapore, Central Singapore, Singapore
and attributes would include; strong leadership skills, strategic planning and execution, works closely with APJ sales leaders, customer and market… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Sydney
include: • Work closely with Finance to ensure all services revenue is recognized on a monthly and quarterly basis • Ensuring all new Openair… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Bangalore
The Executive facilitates will manage the overall provision of Admin department services, policies, and programs for the Bangalore Job… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Istanbul
include: • Builds relationships with assigned Partners, ensuring maximum mindshare and improved clear understanding of CommVault solutions… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – San Francisco Bay area or East Coast , , United States
CommVault Systems, Inc. provides data management software applications and related services. CommVault's Simpana software uses an expandable range of… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Utrecht
Commvault’s vision and strategic mission is to be the leading provider of high-performance data management, backup recovery and data utilization… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Brussel, , Belgium
• Develop Partner Marketing plans and regional Channel campaign calendar • Educate and enable Channel Partners to adopt and execute CommVault… CommVault Systems, Inc.
CommVault Systems, Inc. – Kanata
include: • Develop and implement account plans and approaches in line with the overall strategy formulated by the sales manager/VP • Identify… CommVault Systems, Inc.
I worked at CommVault full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookApproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Growing market share.. profits are increasing... so sticking around may be rewarding in few years... i.e if your manager needs you....If you are servile... Customers used to buy Simpana because it was the cheapest.... Backup and Recovery is a low margin business... so the market leaders do not add new features unless there was a big revenue opportunity. Commvault was/is ready to develop anything for customers. It is a good virtue in this market and it gave them foothold and now it is too late for big guys (losers) to switch to Commvault's model. Commvault has added lots of features over the last several years... It takes long time for a competitor to do the same...
All Commvault can offer to customers is in one place... a single product that has so many features... Its brings up its own problems however.. But it is better than having multiple products that cannot be used together...
Customers are voting with their wallets... no one can dispute that...
The pros say it all....Managers know nothing outside of their s/w... and they think they are very technical... and want to give technology leadership to R&D projects... No original research.. .just a reverse-engineering shop... According to them manufacturing leather covers for latest iPhone should be considered as 'staying at the forefront of cutting edge technology". If you work here for few years you will be useless outside... you will learn all bad ways of doing things... very little original R&D... It is just copying features from competitors...
Products are developed because the employees work like dogs... not because there is a good R&D process.... Commvault puts every new thing in the old bottle...
Don't join here if you don't like copying other companies products...Last time I heard they were copying Drop Box. :-)
The only thing that CommVault can be proud of is managing a large monolithic product.
Advice to Management
Stop copying other companies products... Develop a original product...
Advice to VP of Engineering... if you have to test the product to make developers do better unit testing.... something is fundamentally wrong with your culture...