Intralinks – Paris
We are seeking a high-energy, motivated Senior Account Executive to represent Intralinks as we continue to expand our market share as the leading… Intralinks
Intralinks – London, England
• Oversee and manage multiple complex business critical enterprise projects across the company • Define project scope, goals and deliverables that… Intralinks
Intralinks – Tokyo
About the Job: Are you seeking a career in the lucrative field of cloud based applications sales? Are you interested in building relationships and… Intralinks
Intralinks – Seoul
Intralinks is seeking a razor sharp salesperson to start-up our Korea office. This is an amazing opportunity for the right person to experience both… Intralinks
Intralinks – Frankfurt (Oder)
Reporting to the CTO EMEA, the Value Engineer will provide subject matter expertise to customers typically in the fields of information security… Intralinks
Intralinks – Hong Kong
This is a great opportunity to join the market leading SaaS solution for investor reporting and fundraising within the Alternative Investments… Intralinks
Intralinks – London, England
The Credit Control Specialist will facilitate the collection of outstanding balances on overdue invoices according to a pre-established time line… Intralinks
Intralinks – Tokyo
We are looking for a top performer ready to take the next step in their sales career and join our team as an Account Executive in the lucrative field… Intralinks
Intralinks – Singapore
• Identify the potential target partners for Enterprise • Identify and engage with the main service providers in region • Proactively recruit and… Intralinks
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I have been working at Intralinks full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
- Wonderful position in the M&A business.
- If you live in Boston, this company is an attractive option, a relative newcomer to the area for jobs other than product.
- If you worked at Novell, the company will hire you and put you in an important position.
- Pays really well compared to other companies in the space.
- Health & Benefits are above average as compared to other companies in the space.
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan gives a nice discount. 401(k) matching can allow you to save well for retirement.
- Looks great on a resume - other companies actively recruit Intralinks employees, especially in Sales, Marketing and Product.
- Ability to get global experience, travel the world, and even move across the world, especially in Sales.
- A wonderful core of 50-100 folks who produce about 90% of the work of the entire organization and truly care and will help you in all things.
- If you have an executive sponsor, you can get a job 2-4 levels above what you would otherwise get in the job market.Cons
- Repeated obsession with losing focus on the M&A business.
- Company's heart has moved to Boston, and turned its back on the New York employees.
- Organization looks down upon anyone who joined the company before the current CEO joined.
- HR is non-existent, not supportive, and run by Legal. Organizations which should be enabling the rest of the company to work (Finance, Legal, IT) are at best unhelpful, at worst hostile to employees.
- Don't expect any job advancement. Anything not negotiated in writing when you join will not happen. Even items in writing are subject to organizational whim.
- Equity is impossible to get unless you're a very senior executive.
- New "Flexible Vacation Policy" means you're not likely to get much vacation time, certainly nowhere near the 4 weeks the company used to guarantee.
- There is no positive culture.
- The "Blame Culture" is very strong.
- Politics is everything. It isn't what you know, it's who you know. If you can't participate in the executive "Cadences", you simply don't exist.
- Fire Drill culture is enormous - expect tons of projects coming out of nowhere, with no where near the resources or ability to execute on them. You will get the blame when it fails.
- Blame goes down the org structure, credit goes up. Always.Advice to ManagementAdvice
- End the politics. New executives started out wonderful when they joined but now hide in all of their meetings and never talk to anyone outside of the trusted folks who appear in those meetings. This leads to a very misleading view of the company to the executives. Need to stop the stratification of communication.
- Stop obsessing about Box and those consumer guys and stop neglecting M&A.
- Need to shake up the board of directors - all but 1 non-Exec member of the board has been there since 2008.
- Don't be so obsessed with Glassdoor! This review will probably get far more coverage within the company than the feedback that comes through normal channels. That's sad.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO