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30+ days ago

VMware Solutions Architect

Softchoice Atlanta, GA +2 locations

Our employees have and continue to be the driving force behind everything we do. Our people innovate; they create new offerings and services and they… Softchoice


30+ days ago

Field Engagement Manager - US

Softchoice Atlanta, GA

Our employees have and continue to be the driving force behind everything we do. Our people innovate; they create new offerings and services and they… Softchoice


30+ days ago

Senior Cisco Data Center Solutions Architect

Softchoice Chicago, IL

Sound like you could be part of this outstanding team? Then read on... Follow us: @asoftchoicelife This is a pre-sales… Softchoice


30+ days ago

Cisco UC Solutions Architect

Softchoice Atlanta, GA

Our employees have and continue to be the driving force behind everything we do. Our people innovate; they create new offerings and services and they… Softchoice


30+ days ago

Microsoft Solutions Architect

Softchoice Dallas, TX

Sound like you could be part of this outstanding team? Then read on... Follow us: @asoftchoicelife Solutions Architect - Microsoft This is… Softchoice


30+ days ago

Cisco Solutions Advisor

Softchoice Atlanta, GA

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Softchoice President, CEO, and Director David MacDonald
David MacDonald
173 Ratings
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    A great place to start a career, with great people but a lack of corporate vision.

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    Former Employee - Account Executive
    Former Employee - Account Executive

    I worked at Softchoice full-time (More than 8 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Dogs at work. Youthful, fun environment for new sales reps. Many hardworking, kind-hearted, and well-intentioned people. Honestly, a lot of great people. The ability to sell nearly anything in the IT space. Softchoice also does some great things in terms of charity work with Softchoice Cares. It's a great part of the company. Very nice insurance.

    I frequently say Softchoice is a great place to start a career because new hires learn a lot and are exposed to many parts of the industry. They have the opportunity to move into many areas of the business or go elsewhere with a great starting background.

    Cons

    All the great people in the world can't replace the lack of a cohesive strategy. Softchoice doesn't know what it wants to be when it grows up, and in the meantime, it's difficult for sales reps to deliver a value proposition. That makes it hard to sell. Compounding problems, the vast majority of reps have one of the worst compensation plans in the industry. This leads to high turnover among sales, which leads to turnover among presales and engineering, which ultimately leads to client turnover, (and less importantly, middle management turnover.) Senior management will put all the blame on reps and lower level managers for failure to execute, when in reality the sales reps' hands are tied due to lack of resources.

    I mentioned earlier that junior reps can move elsewhere in the business. You'd think that they would be motivated to stay and become senior reps, but due to the reasons above, they aren't.

    Advice to Management

    Pay your reps at a rate commensurate with the industry, or go elsewhere. "The machine" that you've built doesn't work anymore, and a lot of customers demand more. Successful sales reps ultimately are the foundation of your firm, and when a CEO deep down believes in capping rep pay, he's not going to attract the best. The best salespeople will go elsewhere, as will the architects, engineers and associated talent that help those reps succeed in the first place.


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