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14 days ago

Enterprise Sales Executive - Sydney APAC

LogMeIn Sydney

Their ability to clearly articulate our value proposition, demonstrate our products at a high level, manage time and work closely with our… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Inside Sales Representative

LogMeIn Sydney

The successful candidate will follow-up on these leads, qualify the opportunity, uncover primary technical and business needs, and communicate how… Glassdoor

14 days ago

User Services Representative

LogMeIn Sydney

• Generate new and renewal sales by determining user requirements and recommending appropriate products and solutions • Respond to issues and… Glassdoor

LogMeIn Reviews

52 Reviews
52 Reviews
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LogMeIn Chairman, President, and CEO Michael K. Simon
Michael K. Simon
39 Ratings

    Don't get fooled by the perks and the pretty office

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Boston, MA

    I have been working at LogMeIn full-time for less than a year


    - Perks are great and offices are cool, but that is not going to keep you happy in the long run.
    - The CEO is great but the rest of senior management needs to get it to together.
    - They have a great HR and Corporate Image team.


    - Insurance is expensive, no 401k matching.
    - Salaries are sub-par compared to their direct competitors.
    - Executive team is just gunning to make The Street happy quarter after quarter.
    - There is no Engineering leadership in Boston, making all decisions driven by marketing, sales or product (that used to be either part of marketing or sales previously).
    - Revolving door for product and sales teams. Marketing too but at least that has been getting better. Ask me in three months.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    MKS needs to revamp his leadership team. We need a new Executive team that will make bold risks and stick to them. We need product teams that understand the engineering behind the product. We need long-term vision instead of having everything decided just to meet our quarterly numbers.

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