Maxpoint – Morrisville, NC
MaxPoint is seeking a highly motivated Account Management Intern to support the Account Management team at the Morrisville HQ. The Account Management… Maxpoint
Maxpoint Interactive – Morrisville, NC
• Maintain a forecast model to project the Companys financial performance on a GAAP, cash flow basis and EPS basis • Monitor budget variances… Maxpoint Interactive
Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at MaxPoint full-time (Less than a year)
Competitive pay and benefits. Cool perks such as free drinks, snacks, a game room, etc... Offers an environment where you can learn a lot in a short period of time. Attracts good talent, (cannot retain though). The company is not afraid to spend money. You get to travel to some cool cities.
Non existent work life balance. The expectation is you are available whenever and wherever needed. Upper level management values doers, not thinkers and innovators. The environment is complete chaos and the IT infrastructure is quickly becoming obsolete and is overly complex. It's an administrative nightmare. Try convincing the CTO to change this with new, innovative technology / solutions....GOOD LUCK! I'd love to elaborate on the CTO but GlassDoor says I have to keep things friendly but I will say this, he should not be a CTO. He should not deal with people, period. Just because your a co-founder of the company, does not make you a good CTO. If you like working long hours, in a chaotic, stressful environment, where you get no positive re-enforcement and no sense of value, then go work for MaxPoint.
Advice to Management
WAKE UP! Realize the value of employee retention. Your people are your most valuable asset. Why do you constantly let hard-working, smart, loyal, talented people walk out the door? Offer work life balance as it was pretty much non-existent during my tenure. Stop being so darn conceited and allow others to add valuable ideas to help the success of the company. You founders, C-level, and upper management people do not know it all. Get off your perch.