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30+ days ago

Regional Sales Manager ( Financial Services Vertical) Enterprise

SafeNet United Kingdom

include, but are not limited to, the following: ยท Plan andprioritize personal sales activities and customer/prospect contact towardsmaximizing s… SafeNet

6 days ago

Pre Sales Consultant (HSM & Authentication)

SafeNet Bayern

SafeNet is seeking a Pre-sales Consultant responsible for supporting regional sales managers, as well as SafeNet distributors and channel partners…

30+ days ago

Account Manager

SafeNet Bayern

At SafeNet, we employ the brightest and smartest people in the world. With more than 50 offices worldwide and 1,600 employees, we know the importance…

6 hrs ago

Inside Sales Representative – new

SafeNet Arlington Heights, IL

Inside Sales role generating revenue by selling and servicing accounts via the phone and/or Internet. Duties include inbound and/or outbound… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Sales Engineer

SafeNet Redwood City, CA

for SafeNet products for assigned regions Qualification Requirements: Education: Bachelors of Science in Electrical/Computer Engineering… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Regional Sales Manager

SafeNet Phoenix, AZ

Responsible for managing a territory and maximizing revenue for the company. Tasked with creating, developing and executing sales strategies for… Glassdoor

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Prakash Panjwani
4 Ratings

    Toxic Environment

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    Former Employee - E-Commerce Analyst  in  Belcamp, MD
    Former Employee - E-Commerce Analyst in Belcamp, MD

    I worked at SafeNet full-time for more than 5 years


    from 2004-2008: They mostly left me alone to do my work. Salaries were low compared to competition. Decent benefits early on: profit sharing, stock options. The most senior marketing people were very nice.


    Office politics. Very cliquish. Very High School. If you weren't part of the "cool people" group, you were nothing. Mostly dead end jobs. No way to move around vertically or horizontally. Only the sales people had good futures in the company. Lower tier managers were bullies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Things have changed since I left so can't give much advice. Just focus more on your employees' needs.

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