Contech Engineered Solutions
Contech Engineered Solutions – Dallas, TX
• Primary point of contact for customers and serves as the regionalized resource for information and problem-solving for customers as well as… Contech Engineered Solutions
Contech Engineered Solutions – Conyers, GA
• Works as a collaborative member of our sales team to sell company products. • Manages sales with and through distribution and developing quotes… Contech Engineered Solutions
Contech Engineered Solutions – West Chester, OH
• Develop knowledge regarding the cost accounting and the general ledger software and prepare and post journal entries • Investigate errors on… Contech Engineered Solutions
Contech Engineered Solutions – Denver, CO
• Works as a collaborative member of our sales team to sell company products. • Conducts sales presentations and educational seminars… Contech Engineered Solutions
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I have been working at Contech Engineered Solutions full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Great sales and marketing position, with great exposure to market due to breadth of portfolio.
Create your own schedule, good benefits (car, phone, med, etc)
Technical experts and staff second to none.
Old company promised good return for good work, you reap what you sow.Cons
Management (ELC) gets in the way of progress and growth
Stifilng of regional management to conform to a National model which doesn't work, since engineering/construction markets are regional.
Nationalization has alienated customers and compromised product quality.
Inability of management to embrace 21st Century "Consultative Selling" of highly engineered systems and "Value Added" approach to customers.
Pressure to conform to Corporate initiatives for performance metrics, such as number of calls per week and reporting, rather than letting the sales numbers speak for success.
Company let too many good people go without realizing how poorly they would be missed and how underappreciated they were.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Leave and never comeback. You destroyed a great company.
Perhaps you can apply your commodity sales experience in China.
You do not belong in the modern Engineering/Construction marketplace.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO