InsideView Jobs & Careers in Oakland, CA

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10 days ago

Vice President-Professional Services – easy apply

InsideView San Francisco, CA

s and organization structure of regular full time and/or temporary workers. • Oversees the completion of requirement definitions, functional… InsideView

10 days ago

Customer Success Manager – easy apply

InsideView San Francisco, CA

• •Ownership and accountability for ensuring 90% customer seat retention & annual contract renewal. • •Responsible for analyzing, recommending and… InsideView

10 days ago

Senior Instructional Designer – easy apply

InsideView San Francisco, CA

• •Work collaboratively with stakeholders (Customers, Partners, Trainers, the Customer Success Managers, Product Managers and others) to define… InsideView

10 days ago

Strategic Customer Success Manager – easy apply

InsideView San Francisco, CA

• •Creation of strategic account plan to provide a structure to engage with customers. • •Ongoing value validation of the InsideView value… InsideView

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InsideView CEO Umberto Milletti
Umberto Milletti
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    When I interviewed I believed this was a place for young professionals to learn grow and ascend. Not so much in reality.

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    Current Employee - Sales  in  San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Sales in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at InsideView full-time for more than a year


    Young smart team mates; fun environment; open office.


    Little chance of advancement regardless of performance; poor product rollouts leading to confusion and mistakes; lack of true leadership and mentoring; 10 year old company that tries to look and sound like a rocket ship growth org. At best a stepping stone to better things.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Walk the talk. Give consideration to those who are high performers - not just those who have been around for awhile and part of the old boy network. Fair practices for promotions and raises (didn't get one the whole time I have been there). Share details of future plans and activities... don't just give the state of the union ra-ra pitch at company meetings. Grow your people... they should be the future success of the company.

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