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SciQuest Morrisville, NC

Responsible for all invoicing and cash collections, including managing service billings and collections, discussing project timelines with SciQuest… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Manager, Product Development

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

Managing Development Strategically รข Coordinates strategic planning with Management. Lead the Product Development Teams to document the project… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Database Administrator SQL Server

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

Member of team is responsible for maintenance, troubleshooting, and upgrades of 24x7 mission critical production environment. Analyze logical and… Glassdoor

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SciQuest President & Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board Stephen J. Wiehe
Stephen J. Wiehe
62 Ratings
  1. 6 people found this helpful  

    Slightly Better than Unemployment

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    Current Employee - Development in Cary, NC
    Current Employee - Development in Cary, NC

    I have been working at SciQuest full-time (more than an year)


    Free fancy coffee, free soda, free pinball, access to corporate hockey and baseball tickets. Big TVs in break room. Reasonable benefits: medical/dental, vacation, etc. Full of smart, dedicated people, trying to make a difference.


    Development methodology self-described as "Agile" is anything but. Velocity is not tracked or used in sprint planning. Constant overtime is expected, often unrecognized.

    Communication within the development department is spotty and inconsistent. Communication between departments is almost nonexistent.

    Team reorganizations within the development department take place with no input from people being moved around and with little regard to employee strengths and desires.

    Career coaching is nonexistent. Individual performance goals are vague.

    "Principles SciQuest Lives By" (see corporate website) do not represent the reality of how SciQuest operates -- inputs are measured, not coached, negative feedback is often dismissed out of hand, communication is poor, defining the problem is a small part of the process, it is not OK to call 'time out' unless you are high enough in the company hierarchy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Seek honest input from line-level employees. Act on that input. Recognize that things need to change and communicate to the employees that management recognizes that need. Provide regular updates on status of attempts to improve.

    Follow the "Principles SciQuest Lives By."

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