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Software AG North America CEO Karl-Heinz Streibich
Karl-Heinz Streibich
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    Get There Faster. "There" being 2006.

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    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst  in  Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst in Reston, VA

    I worked at Software AG North America full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Work-life balance is better than most companies. Depending on your manager, you can have pretty flexible working arrangements. Do your job and there shouldn't be any problems.

    Lots of very smart and friendly co-workers. I learned a lot and made lasting friendships. Also have the exposure to work on a global scale with customers and coworkers.

    25cent items in the vending machine. Monthly breakfasts/lunches. Kid's Holiday Party. Group outing.

    Cons

    Very archaic ways. No internal process is easy. An organization that touts it's ability for seamless process management should not have such round about implementations for simple business processes.

    Little to no growth opportunity. Evidence is the many employees with close to a decade of time with company in the same or similar roles. Growing requires knowing the right person in the organization at the right time.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I don't think Darmstadt, Germany (Headquarters) has any idea what they want to do with the business. Stop with the vague e-mails from Karl Heinz with subject "Announcement" of some "strategy" change that will change again in a month

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