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30+ days ago

Sales Leader & Coach

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

This is not a direct sales position, nor a simple administrative sales management position. It is truly a coaching and leadership role, starting with… TheLadders.com

30+ days ago

Software Developer - All Levels

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

• Lead a small dynamic team of developers and engineers (JAVA and C) • Responsible for daily task allocation, tracking, priority management and… MicroAutomation

30+ days ago

Systems Engineer

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

• Experience with telecommunications technologies (i.e. SIP and VoIP) • Installation, configuration and deployment of application or web servers… MicroAutomation

30+ days ago

Sales Development Manager

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

follow-up to this initial contact with MicroAutomation. You will determine the appropriate interest level, current situation, key decision makers… MicroAutomation

30+ days ago

Business Analyst (PreSales/TechWriter)

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

• Develop customer value propositions including definition of business and technical requirements, and development of the target ROI to support the… MicroAutomation

30+ days ago

Sales Solution Engineer

MicroAutomation Centreville, VA

to help win the deal. You will be responsible for directly engaging with the sales team and the customer to understand the relevant requirements… MicroAutomation

MicroAutomation Reviews

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Suresh Gursahaney
4 Ratings

    Solution development for call center technology projects

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Centreville, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Centreville, VA

    I have been working at MicroAutomation full-time (more than 3 years)


    Colleagues are friendly, fun to work with
    Some long-term clients that provide ongoing project work
    Good benefits, decent pay


    Unknown strategy to win new projects
    CEO and COO too emotional
    Lack of promotions for non-management team, likely to have same position for 4-5 years

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    Need more sales people
    More training programs for the IT development team
    More remote work options

    Neutral Outlook
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