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Extreme Networks President and CEO Ed Meyercord
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    Former Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Salem, NH
    Former Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Salem, NH

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    Pros

    Friendly and collaborative environment surrounded by some very good talent. QA Managers are top notch and each of them have come up through the ranks so they know the testing environment extremely well. Engineering teams work very close with QA as they will not hesitate to get involved with an issue quickly and stick to it until they have it resolved.

    Cons

    Since purchasing Enterasys, Guidance from the top could be improved greatly since there has been so much turn over in the top tier. Merging two companies into one has been painful for those left in the dark.

    Advice to Management

    Communications is key to success. Keep your managers up to date so they can provide some sort of comfort to employees that there is a plan in place to keep moving forward and cutting into new technologies.


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