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PROS President, CEO, and Director Andres D. Reiner
Andres D. Reiner
25 Ratings
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    An easy, dead-end job

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    Current Employee - Quality Engineer  in  Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Quality Engineer in Houston, TX

    I have been working at PROS full-time for more than 3 years


    PROS has a pretty relaxed work environment (within the development organization) with long periods of little work.
    The benefits aren't bad (okay pay, flexible hours).
    It is a very easy place to simply show up and not make waves.


    There are no interesting problems to work on, not that I've ever seen. The only "work" is patching up problems induced by poor processes which in turn adds to the already significant technical debt.
    There is no long term vision for the company, which means no career development.
    Things like the tuition reimbursement program are a sham, but good for selling new hires on the company.
    It is very easy to be pigeonholed into whatever role you were hired into. Lots of folks have been doing the exact same job for years on end, which becomes the expectation for new employees.
    Training is nonexistent, which would be a problem if you ever needed to know something about the products offered.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I'd recommend training your workforce and establishing a long term vision for the company (and then sharing it with your employees).
    Stop contracting out development and QE. Invest in your employees - it will probably cost more in the short-term but the hole only gets deeper the longer you keep digging.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO