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16 days ago

Manager, Sales Development

Sailthru San Francisco, CA

Reporting into the EVP of Sales, the Sales Development Manager will be evaluated on the success of the SDRs’ ability to nurture and qualify early… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Regional Vice President, Western Region, Sales

Sailthru San Francisco, CA

• Deeply engage with internal stakeholders - Finance, Marketing, Sales Ops, and Executive Teams - on customer/sales proposals, campaigns, programs… Glassdoor


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Sailthru CEO & Co-Founder Neil Capel
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    A great product, destroyed by awful management

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    I worked at Sailthru full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Many of the people you work with are really great people, free food and drinks, flexible time off, company "bonding" events, really good health and dental benefits.

    Cons

    It's a shame this company still can't grow up. The product is actually really awesome, if it was executed well. Unfortunately the tech stack is really unstable, the data on the backend is scattered and rarely syncs up across the platform, making comparing your campaigns apples to apples really difficult. Many of the product enhancements are stale, Sailthru is loosing it's edge it once had over their competitors.

    Sailthru is really good at making you believe you are "awesome" with their culture of "awesomeness". Unfortunately, all they do is show face and mask the real problems of working here with endless booze and parties. Sounds great right? Yeah, if we were all still in college. If you want a career, and career growth, I'd look elsewhere unless you are prepared to play the game and brownnose. The pay here is rather low, no bonus structure, heard they FINALLY instated a 401k but do not match anything (no surprise there), raises are hard to get. You'll stay late, sacrifice your holidays, family, and friends, and they won't repay you with anything but some half felt "shout out" at an all hands.

    Turnover here in the last 6 months has been on the rise, they fired a lot of their senior management (VP levels) in hopes to turn things around, but the problem lies with the top-- CEO, CFO, CTO and their unwillingness to do the things necessary to make this a fulfilling, rewarding place to work professionally. It's their way or the highway. The "speak up" mentality is a total farce, you'll speak up, incriminate yourself, and they won't listen.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Really evaluate what you are doing to a company that so many people worked hard to make successful. The way you are running business and your culture is not sustainable, people will eventually wise up, get out of the Sailthru stockholm syndrome brainwash, and move on.

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