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9 days ago

Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Manager

Thismoment San Francisco, CA

• Support data definition, collection, metrics reporting and analysis for critical operating and financial decisions • Support departmental… eFinancialCareers

30+ days ago

Platform Engineer

Thismoment San Francisco, CA

- Employ a variety of third-party services and libraries to design new platform offerings - Look at product specifications and designs and give…

30+ days ago

Customer Support Specialist

Thismoment New York, NY

include: - Deal directly with customers primarily via email and occasionally by telephone - Obtain and evaluate all relevant information in response…

30+ days ago

Sales Director

Thismoment New York, NY

include: • Meet and exceed multi-million dollar revenue targets by identifying customer business challenges and aligning Thismoment’s software…

30+ days ago

Account Manager

Thismoment New York, NY

include: • Act as the main point-of-contact with customers after the sales process is completed; address customer questions and needs and escalate…

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Vince Broady
13 Ratings

    Enjoyed my time, but Thatmoment has passed.

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    Former Employee - Sales Director
    Former Employee - Sales Director

    I worked at Thismoment full-time for more than a year


    Good pay, very talented and intelligent group of people to work with (though most have left). Like any company, your returns are greatly tied to what you contribute. And there is no questioning TM wants to rewards it's staff. Morale is good, just not authentic as it seems cultivated out of fear (vs. excitement).


    Promises and vision are easily compromised, misguided and hastily made. Seems that sr. mgmt (C-suite) was more interested in self preservation, vs. the preservation of the company and it's staff as a whole. When poor decisions were made (and made often they were), it was the frontline sellers, the ones who were selling mgmt's "vision" that were often cut. Over two years, I made it through countless pivots and three RIFs (reduction in force). The deals being closed, were done so in-spite of the company/product - not because of it. TM really dropped the ball, rested on it's laurels and missed it's moment. Im still amazed at the talent TM had amassed, then dumped.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be honest with your team (when appropriate of course). TM does not have all the answers, it is not the greatest company on the planet. Show some humility and respect to those who are giving your vision their all.

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