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11 days ago

Alliance Sales Director

e2open Foster City, CA

Responsible for working with E2open s Area Sales Vice Presidents to leverage partnerships to drive sales revenue in North America Manage key… Ivy Exec


11 days ago

Senior Solution Architects

e2open Dallas, TX

At our office in Dallas, Texas, in our Professional Services Group, architect collaborative, multi-enterprise solutions that integrate and co-exist… Ivy Exec


11 days ago

Assistant Controller

e2open Foster City, CA

Establish, monitor, maintain document accounting policies and procedures and internal controlsSupervise and review the monthly, quarterly and… Ivy Exec


11 days ago

Senior Director, Business Development

e2open North /Ag, NA

Sell $2M to $10M deals to Senior Executives in Global 2000 Buyers are VPs/SVPs of Procurement, Supply Chain, Operations, CIOs and COOs The product is… Ivy Exec


11 days ago

Director, Business Development - Install Base

e2open North /A, NA

Manage a geographic territory with a range of accounts, targeting OEMs brand owners (ex. GAP, AVON, DELL, McDonalds) with global value chainsSell $1M… Ivy Exec


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX

    I worked at E2open

    Pros

    Great place to work among some very smart techical co workers. First level management gives the technical team alot of room to work with little interference.

    Cons

    Company does not seem to know where it wants to go. Executive management has changed directions numerous times in the past year. They tend to react to things, being very tactical in their decisions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To tactical in nature, need to be strategic and execute to a plan.

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