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1 day ago

Solution Architect (Business Intelligence focus) – new

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

GT Nexus, a cloud-based supply chain technology platform, is adding to its Supply Chain Intelligence (SCI) Professional Services team and looking for… StartWire


3 days ago

Data Engineer – new

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

• Monitor, troubleshoot and resolve performance relates issues with our data systems • Assist the Data Ops team in researching and resolving… StartWire


11 days ago

Client Manager

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

Our Client Managers have a deep understanding of our client’s business and GT Nexus solution and are able to complete investigation, analysis and… StartWire


10 days ago

Creative Marketing Director

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

GT Nexus produces an extensive array of videos, graphics, collateral, and digital assets as part of our go-to-market strategy. The written content… StartWire


28 days ago

Infrastructure Administrator

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

The ideal candidate will be results driven, goal-oriented and possess a strong capability to handle interruptions while multi-tasking in a fast paced… StartWire


30+ days ago

Cloud Security Engineer

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

GT Nexus, a cloud-based supply chain technology platform, is actively looking for a Cloud Security Engineer who will ensure that security standards… StartWire


30+ days ago

Direct Marketing Manager

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

Serving as a group lead, this person will support and evolve the people, programs and systems related to outbound GT Nexus lead generation campaigns… StartWire


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Hadoop)

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

• Hands on contribution to business logic using the Hadoop ecosystem (Java MR, PIG, Scala, Hbase, Hive) • Work on technologies related to NoSQL… StartWire


30+ days ago

Global Account Manager

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

The Global Account Manager (GAM) will be responsible for direct business development for a named list of large enterprise accounts. The GAM shall… StartWire


16 days ago

VP, Professional Services Supply Chain/Decision Support Practice Leader

GT Nexus, Inc. Oakland, CA

This Oakland-based Practice Leader will be responsible for driving revenue by developing and packaging business opportunities within existing and new… GT Nexus, Inc.


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    The early days were pretty good. Wish I could have stayed on longer.

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    Pros

    Anil hired me with little to no software experience and gave me a chance do do a career change. Without this I may not have stayed in the software business. I ended up working for the company for nearly 8 years and revenue grew at least 10-20x during that period. Fun people, very casual, lots of innovation and team collaboration. People were accepting of my being a newbie and were willing to come down to my level to help me improve. I learned so much here that I was able take with me and was able to make some awesome suggestions after moving on to other software companies. While I was there they hired some really good implementation managers who really knew their stuff and understood what we were doing on the engineering side.

    Cons

    There was a tendency for product managers to give into the clients and force us to write code that was highly tailored to prospective customers, despite this is a hosted application running under a single codebase. It wasn't always possible to write good code with such constraints, and product managers didn't seem to have time to create a more generic design that could be sustainable in the longer term. As another reviewer mentioned, this lead to all the scary code with 1000 line methods and case statements with subclasses (I think I actually know which code they are talking about). There was always the promise that we'd get time to refactor it all at some point, but of course new projects always came along and that wasn't ever possible. Not all developers seemed to be treated equally. There were a developers who were there from the beginning who didn't seem to be good programmers and didn't appear to have a lot of work. They were friends with the upper management and if you were privy to that clique you seemed to get the benefit of the doubt. Most of the original development staff were pretty excellent though. Seemed like some of the really senior people were immune to layoff even when their product specialization wasn't having any sales growth, and they weren't reassigned to the areas of growth. This could well have changed now, but sort of relates to the clique atmosphere that was significant during my time. Downtown Oakland location left something to be desired. They have since moved the office, but there were a lot of protests and it was a relatively high crime area. Alameda was an awesome location, but the company pretty much outgrew those digs.

    Advice to Management

    I really don't know the management anymore. I think Aaron Sasson is no longer running the company, and most of the senior executives are from Tradecard now. Overall the senior management when I was there 'didn't suck' , they were overall pretty good and had a good understanding of the product and the challenges that the developers faced in creating a good product.


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