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I worked at Silicon StoragePros
They are involved with a wonder evolving technology: flash technology.
They do have a breadth of customers in USA, Asia, and Europe.
Time is somewhat flexible.
Some very nice friendly people work here, but see the cons below.Cons
Very Asian based company which creates some interesting situations in the workplace and with customers. Seems they are not upfront with customers.
Frugality is the mode of operation. The conference rooms are folding chairs and tables from Costco. This had driven away some applicants.
Seems the technical infrastructure is extremely thin. The equipment used is old and outdated and it takes alot of work to get what is needed to attempt to do a professional job.
Project /program management is completely missing from this company. What they call project management is someone filling in excel spreadsheets whenever they have time to do it while doing their real job.
Seems they are trying to do things and develop products by throwing a few people at it on a whim rather than planning what product to do, justifying the effort for the product, establishing the manpower, equipment and time needed to appropriately do what is necessary.
I get the feeling that competency is low here. Evidence of this can be witnessed during daily intereactions.
They have been involved with some really cool products but don;t seem to what what it takes to drive the business and technology forward.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Get some real dedicated project /program management in place.
Put in place a good product planning metholodogy and product deveopment methodolgy and make sure that the people leading this are competent.
Listen to your customers and learn from your customers.
Do better market research and develop products that are robust and timely and wanted by the customer.Doesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEO