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Business Development Director - Sales

Oracle Reston, VA

Experience qualifying prospects and customers; understanding of the sales cycle process. Strong leadership skills. Strong Oracle product knowledge. BA/BS… Beyond.com


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Telesales/Internet Sales Snr Manager

Oracle Vienna, VA

Manages a team of telesales representatives/managers for a territory/region. Participates as a team member in strategic and tactical planning for the… Beyond.com


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Editorial Director, Content

Oracle Washington, DC

Primarily a resource/ allocation role, coordinating the daily activities of a work group and setting priorities to ensure task completion. Supervises… Beyond.com


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    Reasonable work experience - but company is slow, bureaucratic, and top-down

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    Former Employee - Principal Product Manager in San Jose, CA
    Former Employee - Principal Product Manager in San Jose, CA

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

    Pros

    My work experience was not bad as I did learn a lot about my domain, on how to sell ideas internally, and how to help ship products out on time. I also got the experience of working with sales, marketing, and support organizations that helped to round out my experience of how a software company works. Work-life balance was excellent most of the time.

    Cons

    The company is slow and bureaucratic. Nothing moves in the product organization unless the product executive, Thomas Kurian, approves. Ideas don't seem to move up the chain, only trickles down the chain of command. There are a lot of overlap of products due to acquisitions, and no serious attempt to clean that up. Pay was mediocre.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Inject some vigor in the organization by making it less top-down. A lot of improvements and ideas can come from the lower rungs, and allow that to play out. Improve pay and tie it to performance. Demand better products from the team, and reward them when they deliver!

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