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8 days ago

Hardware Account Executive – easy apply

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

A high profile role responsible for building and maintaining targeted national accounts. Accountable for hardware revenue targets, account… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Account Manager Level 1

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

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30+ days ago

Vice President Sales, Inventory Optimization

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

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30+ days ago

Vice President Sales

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

Develops customer account strategies and tactical penetration plans. Develops compelling value propositions based on ROI cost/benefit analysis… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Contracts – easy apply

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

•Working with the account executive, act as lead negotiator of legal terms and conditions of the… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Service Delivery Manager – easy apply

Manhattan Associates Atlanta, GA

Business Account Management • Interacts with customers executives to ensure their business needs ar… Glassdoor

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Manhattan Associates President & CEO Eddie Capel
Eddie Capel
74 Ratings

    If you are out of college, it's a good deal

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Manhattan Associates full-time (more than an year)


    A few company events (lunches, ice cream socials) are scheduled throughout the year to keep people motivated.


    From a CSO perspective (Customer Service)
    * Burnout easily - Long hours, weekends sometimes, holidays
    * Lots of office politics
    * With the new CEO, pressure increased for longer hours
    * If you have to leave earlier for personal reason, you are frown upon
    * Nature of the job is boring .... moving shipment from a place to another. Burnout quickly in this environment .
    * Shareholders, CEO and upper management certainly profit from extensive amount of hours that technical people (PSO and CSO ) puts on . But employees are the ones getting the short end of stick .

    * If you don't have WMOS experience , don't go to CSO. Head to PSO to gain experience. There's no training in CSO .
    * If you are out of college, go to PSO, or another company .
    * Golden handcuffes to some employees for the long hours. But if you divide the money $$ by the hours worked and stress and weight gained ... is it worth ?
    * Sweatshop mentality

    Good business outlook if you are a shareholder , or investor in this company. Not an employee.

    Doesn't Recommend
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