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22 days ago

Technical Account Manager

PTC Needham, MA

bull Provides a single point of contact for a customer engagement with Technical Support on a proactive, long-term (years) basis. bull Establishes… Dice

30+ days ago

Strategic Accounts Sales Representative

PTC United States +2 locations

PTC is looking for motivated sales professionals to manage and grow assigned installed accounts and named non-installed accounts, primarily within a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Support Account Manager

PTC Needham, MA +3 locations

for Advertising Purposes The Technical Support Account Manager (TSAM) is a critical customer relationship management role within Technical Support at… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Senior IoT Technical Sales Account Manager

PTC United States +2 locations

Calibri'" lang="EN-US">ThingWorx is looking for talented, enthusiastic, and career-minded individuals to join our Global Sales Enablement… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

IoT Manufacturing Representative

PTC United States

 To achieve assigned quota by selling PTC’s complete line of software solutions to companies within targeted vertical markets  Develop revenue… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Global Services Manager in Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Global Services Manager in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at PTC full-time (more than 10 years)


    PTC hires intelligent people; they are often on the bleeding edge of technology and so they attract good talent. PTC's customers are very diverse and working with them provides many opportunities to expand knowledge in different areas, including engineering, manufacturing, and service.


    Having worked at PTC for many years and reflecting on all of the changes over time, it seems that it's a weird size. At $1B with large part of revenue coming from consulting, it's not small and not large; as such, it seems like management frequently changes their mind on how to run the business. Major changes from executive management can be expected every three years; this seem inefficient but may be necessary to adapt to the demands of the market.

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    When restructuring, ensure the message of why is communicated to everyone down the chain of command to the last person. This is reduce any negative performance as a result of fears from reorganization. After having been in a management role, I was privileged to the why and restructuring made good business sense. However, prior to being in management the message was rarely fully communicated leaving much up for misinterpretation.

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