Heartland Payment Systems

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10 days ago

Outside Sales Representative

Heartland Payment Systems Washington, DC

Outside Sales Representative – Business Services Sales Executive Quit the job. Begin the career. Your days of being unfulfilled, undervalued and… Heartland Payment Systems


30+ days ago

B2B Sales Payroll Executive

Heartland Payment Systems Washington, DC

• Maintain a working knowledge of products and capabilities, incorporating technical advances in presentations to end users • Complete… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

B2B Sales Consultant

Heartland Payment Systems Washington, DC

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30+ days ago

Business Services Sales Executive

Heartland Payment Systems Washington, DC

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Plano, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Plano, TX

    I worked at Heartland Payment Systems full-time

    Pros

    Good place to learn new technologies. Laid back environment. Bonuses were a nice perk.

    Cons

    Constantly changing technologies; too many changes occurring at the same time lead to confusion, mistakes and frustration. Each team had their own approach, often approaches did not work well together. Teams often did not coordinate with others before making changes that impacted other teams. Little sharing of project knowledge. Each person had to learn business on their own. Little training.

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    Slow down rate of change to reduce stress and increase product quality.

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