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30+ days ago

Business Development Specialist - Google Chrome & Apple

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

This position is responsible for: * Drivingproduct line sales within theGovConnection sales subsidiaries * Participating in customer meetings and… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Partner Development Specialist - OEM

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

The Partner Development Specialist will execute necessary internal components of Marketing/Merchandising Programs and Strategy in cooperation with… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Enterprise Data Architect

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

An individual contributor responsible for providing strategy and architectural innovation for enterprise data management. Works with business and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Website Manager

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

include: Prioritize web initiatives that are in alignment with the company s overall strategic and Web objectives Gatherer input from customers… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Solution Architect (Dell)

PC Connection Sacramento, CA +3 locations

The Solutions Architect (SA) will effectively penetrate and drive solutions within targeted accounts and expand penetration in existing accounts. The… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

User Experience Architect

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

include: * UE/UI throughout the entire SDLC, including: * Participating in workshop sessions to help drive consensus on the design and functional… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Intern - Web Development

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

Under supervision and per the department s internship plan, the Intern for Microsoft Development learns to perform technical and specialized work in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Process Improvement Analyst

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

. Creates and maintains department and title-specific role and responsibility charts and maps. Conducts business process discovery efforts through… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Partner Development Specialist - Dell

PC Connection Portsmouth, NH

include: * Provides Presales support for qualifying opportunities for DSG * Increase new business win rate in the Dell DSG product category… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Partner Development Specialist - Microsoft

PC Connection Merrimack, NH

The Partner Development Specialist will execute necessary internal components of Marketing/Merchandising Programs and Strategy in cooperation with… Beyond.com


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    PC Connection is a pretty good place to work

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    Former Employee - Government Sales  in  Merrimack, NH
    Former Employee - Government Sales in Merrimack, NH

    I worked at PC Connection

    Pros

    PC Connection and its subsidiaries offer a decent income with a pleasant work environment. There are many layers to the company so there are plenty of opportunities for advancement and new challenges. Rewards from the company and its vendors make PCC positive place to be. The training is a plus as well. The cons below have little effect on the entry level or middle management positions.

    Cons

    Senior management tends to be obsessive about metrics and do not always manage to the strengths of the individual. There is a tendancy at the upper echelon to be very wishy washy about direction and focus. Middle-upper management is averse to change and wields a lot of power in thwarting positive direction changes and planning. There tends to be a lot of political infighting amongst the higher ups.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find a positive direction for growth and stick with it. Changing paths on a regular basis, setting a course and then not having the fortitude to stick with it for the long hall, always falling back on what worked yesterday instead of trying to add to the company's strengths...these weaknesses will drive the rank and file crazy and geatly diminish their respect for you. Treat your people like people, not sheep who can be fed drink tickets at corporate events, given a few meaningless platitudes in a slick video presentation, and then put back in the pen.

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