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28 days ago

Product Marketing Manager

VBrick Systems, Inc. Herndon, VA

• Plan the launch of new products and releases and manage the cross-functional implementation of the plan • Co-develop and implement messaging… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Enterprise Sales Representative

VBrick Systems, Inc. New York, NY +2 locations

This individual must be able to: • Prospect and sell direct to prospects and assist resellers in the sales process while working with the… Glassdoor

6 days ago

VP, Information Technology Operations

VBrick Systems, Inc. United States

We currently have an opening for a Vice President, IT Operations. The position will primarily have responsibility for both customer and corporate… Glassdoor

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Shelly Heiden
3 Ratings

    Stop digging a deeper hole!

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    Current Employee - Manager
    Current Employee - Manager

    I have been working at VBrick Systems full-time for more than a year


    Promising new cloud-based platform and a really nice user interface. Reliable and high-performing hardware appliances. Still a few good and dedicated managers and performers around. Growing market still for the taking. Good to above average compensation for VA and CT.


    CEO is green, adds little value and defers to COO who is toxic and a wrecking ball. Neither relates to or even interacts with "workers" in the office. Bet on the wrong people and push away good ones. Sales force demoralized and under-performed with huge churn. Lack of trust and low morale have created a very lousy mood around the office. Please fix!!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Practice transparency and accountability. Bring back staff meetings, monthly town-halls and hold yourselves accountable for company performance before blaming others. Learn to find and keep great people then trust them - or make way for other executives.

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