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26 days ago

Technical Consultant – Level 3

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

SciQuest is the largest publicly-held provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) procure-to-pay technology. We’re on a Quest to develop and implement… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Support Specialist Level 2- CLM

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

• Responsible for the successful technical analysis and resolution of… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Marketing Campaigns Manager

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

SciQuest is the largest publicly-held provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) procure-to-pay technology. We’re on a Quest to develop and implement… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Software Configuration Analyst

SciQuest Morrisville, NC

Reporting to the Production Support Manager and working very closely with the Architecture team, this position is part of the team responsible for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Development Director

SciQuest United States

include: - Conceptualizing and gaining partner participation in channel marketing programs - Coordination with PMDs and Marcom to develop and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Support Specialist Level 2- Pittsburgh ASO

SciQuest Pittsburgh, PA

Responsible for 1st and 2nd level technical support for the SciQuest Advanced Sourcing Optimizer product. This position is for the hours of 11AM to… Glassdoor

17 days ago

Sr. Developer- CLM

SciQuest Edmonton +2 locations

We are seeking a Sr. Developer to join one of our Product Development Teams. Our Product Development Teams use agile software development principles… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Solution Consultant - EU

SciQuest United Kingdom

SciQuest is the largest publicly-held provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) procure-to-pay technology. We’re on a Quest to develop and implement… Glassdoor

17 days ago

Manager, Product Development

SciQuest CA-AB-Edmonton US-NC-Morrisville +2 locations

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

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SciQuest President & Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board Stephen J. Wiehe
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    Great coworkers, not great management, and a sketchy future

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    I have been working at SciQuest full-time


    We have a lot of freedom to do what needs to be done. Hours are flexible and the PTO is plentiful. I like my job and I like the company on the whole. We have free coffee and pretty good technology. My coworkers are nice and helpful. I think the upper management TRIES to maintain a fun atmosphere with good culture while they also try to hit our goals. The pay is good and the benefits are too. I do know my direct manager is AMAZING and my peers range from great to BRILLIANT. The list of PROS are plentiful.


    Our CEO seems nice and I've never met him personally but during my orientation boot camp I'll never forget how he dropped the F-bomb during the intro. He was trying to relate to us and show that he's an approachable guy but that's just not professional and was kind of an omen for the future, I think. There have been several management decisions that make a little sense from a very narrow perspective but zero sense when looking at things in the long term.

    New products are not given enough time to be fleshed out and made the right way and even when these project plans are given the directives are often seem to be rushed as well. I do not know if this is a top down problem or if this is a middle management problem.

    For example, when there is a new product from a new acquisition instead of taking a year or two to really understand it THEN start modifying things its like the race is on to get in and get that product repackaged into the other sciquest lineup ASAP regardless of consequences. As a result copious amounts of time and effort are wasted doing things that don't need to be done or cleaning up messes caused by hasty decisions that people with little or no programming/product knowledge are making.

    Our teams are extremely capable but energy is often wasted. Many are overworked while others are struggling to find something to do sometimes.

    The water cooler also talks about how non-conformity and making use of the open kitchen philosophy is a good way to get sent packing because it is viewed as dissent from.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I am writing this not to slam the company I am blessed to work for. I am hoping someone with authority and willingness to listen will read this so we can really do the amazing things I know we are capable of.

    Feedback is a gift. I know we have investors, I know we exist to make profit, but there are many times where I think we need to take a step back and think about the ramifications of the decisions. I am absolutely certain you want to make this the best company possible. I am also certain that you feel pressure from above to make commitments that will impress those above you.

    Here's what I want to leave you with. It is better to set lower expectations and hit it than to set higher expectations and not. I think the old "shoot for the moon and you'll hit the stars" thing fails here.

    Many of us are told to shoot for the moon and the guy pulling the trigger is saying "hey, that bullet wont make it out of the atmosphere, never mind getting to the moon" but the promise is made regardless.

    Thank you again for my job, I am grateful to work here, and please consider my words.

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