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Technical Support Engineer

Fonality Culver City, CA

a Technical Support Engineer to support our customers by phone and email. If… Percipio Media

7 days ago

iOS Developer

Fonality Culver City, CA

Fonality provides unified phone systems and applications for growing businesses. More than 25,000 businesses in 99 countries rely on Fonality to help… Dice

17 days ago

Vice President of Engineering

Fonality Culver City, CA

Manage Engineering staff of 10 to 15 people, including direct and indirect responsibility for hiring, training, staff development, appraisals, and… Ivy Exec

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    Was a Little Bummed I had to Give them a Star to do the Review. True Rating: 1 Guano

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Culver City, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Culver City, CA

    I worked at Fonality full-time (more than 3 years)


    There are lot of smart people there and a product that has great potential. If you can stay out of the political maneuvering that goes on there, the work is challenging and even pleasant.


    C-level management is clueless. Just check out the other reviews here: The only ones that have employer responses to date are the 5-Star reviews that were obviously done by or requested by the Marketing group (even then, there are only 2). And that is really it: CEO is ex-high-Level Microsoft exec before this and has surrounded himself with yes persons, systematically getting rid of any possible minority report. RIF last month makes that clear. Product team is no better, just updated leading product that has a few more features, but looks and feels NOTHING like the last rev and is more cumbersome to use. I guess that is just what MS execs like to do (can you say windows eight?). So, the RIF and a LOT of other penny pinching, the fact that they have not IPOed within 10 years all lead me to believe they are getting ready to sell to anyone looking for a VoIP presence. Even if not, I would steer clear till the dust settles a bit.

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    Even if you don't agree, you need some people in the org who honestly disagree with you, but also want to succeed. If you don't, there can be no synthesis and you will spin out of control in spectacular style. I think we should call it the Justin Bieber Complex.

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