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MicroStrategy Chairman, President, and CEO Michael J. Saylor
Michael J. Saylor
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  • 25 people found this helpful

    Lots of turmoil...now is not a good time.

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    Former Employee - Sales
    Former Employee - Sales

    I worked at MicroStrategy full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    - Work from home if you aren't near an office
    - Good comp plan for AEs
    - Lots of tenured people (although many have left)
    - If you don't like a policy, everything changes in 6 months here anyway

    Cons

    - We've strayed from our core competency (analytics) and wasted lots of time and resources on Saylor's pet projects. This has resulted in a seriously delayed release of MSTR 10 that's affected our ability to be more competitive in an already saturated space. Technology is 2-3 years behind where the market should be
    - Leadership changes at C-level are frequent and multiple rounds of layoffs have truly affected morale throughout the entire company
    - Serious cutbacks included marketing, not paying for field sales expenses (phones, Internet)
    - No incoming leads and no marketing budget (prospecting is truly DIY here)
    - Not many AEs make their number. Sometimes having good install (enterprise accounts) can mitigate this issue

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop focusing on Usher and release MSTR 10 already! Instead of playing catch up to Tableau and other vendors, focus on transforming the BI market and come out with something truly revolutionary

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