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30+ days ago

Senior Sales Engineer

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

The Senior Sales Engineer will work closely with the sales organization and will be tied to the… SugarCRM


20 days ago

Marketing Analyst (Temporary)

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

The Marketing Analyst (Temp) will own and manage SugarCRM’s marketing reporting function, assisting the… SugarCRM


30+ days ago

Inside Sales Representative

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA +2 locations

We are looking for driven individuals to join our inside sales team. If you are looking for an opportunity to be… SugarCRM


30+ days ago

Software Engineer in Test

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

The position plays a key role in a fast-paced development environment to… SugarCRM


30+ days ago

Sales Development Representative

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA +3 locations

SugarCRM is looking for a talented, energetic and driven individual to join our Sales team as Sales Development… SugarCRM


30+ days ago

Regional Sales Director

SugarCRM Indianapolis, IN +4 locations

SugarCRM is seeking an experienced Regional Sales Director to help grow our customer base in North… SugarCRM


30 days ago

Channel Sales Operations Coordinator

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

• Deliver extraordinary customer relationships. • Manage Partner Access to all SugarCRM portals and… SugarCRM


2 days ago

Senior Software Engineer – new

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

This position requires development experiences with web based application user interface… SugarCRM


20 days ago

Marketing Intern

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA

SugarCRM delivers a fully transformed, personalized user experience that is immersive, engaging and intuitive. Sugar fuses the straightforward… SugarCRM


30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager

SugarCRM Cupertino, CA +2 locations

As a member of Sugar’s Professional Services organization, the Project Manager (PM), will be perform a critical… SugarCRM


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    I have been working at SugarCRM full-time

    Pros

    International team, fairly open to let people grow. Offers an opportunity for engineers to meet real customers and make a difference.

    Some really good people, that are driven and motivated. Support team is awesome. Sales team seems to shape up after a series of changes in the leadership. Certain changes in Engineering are for the best. There are some real Product managers now for a change, unfortunately not enough of them yet.

    Cons

    Too many incompetent people or simple “not a good fit”, some of them are C-level.

    The new CPO lacks vision and generally doesn’t do much for the company. Although he makes an impression of a nice guy, he doesn’t have enough experience to run such a big org. After a year, he still doesn’t know the product, doesn't understand software development in general and thinks that having a drink with a person is a solution to all of the problems that might arise. He is not a good presenter, doesn’t know what he is talking about and gets flustered if anyone asks a question, that is not on the deck.

    The whole HR department is more concerned about baking cakes and walking dogs, than actual needs of the employees. If you have a problem, you can’t talk to them, since they’d turn it against you, rather than trying to find a solution.

    IT management doesn’t know what they are doing, so engineering had to move all development infrastructure to the cloud.
    Marketing is very aggressive and making some strange statements such as open-source is evil (and SugarCRM is actually open source). Too many VPs there, none of which actually performs real work.

    Very political environment - you can’t just do your job, you need to find a way how to do your job.

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    Focus on having right people around and make them happy. They will bring your company to success.

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