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26 days ago

Demand Generation Campaign Manager

Webtrends Portland, OR

•Own the strategic planning and tactical execution of lead generation and nurture campaigns that result in qualified sales opportunities •Analyze… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Account Development Respresentative (ADR)

Webtrends Portland, OR

• Serve as the front line communicator for entire Webtrends product line. • Operate focused on a defined geography to prospect and create… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Technical Account Manager

Webtrends Portland, OR

This position operates in a team-oriented environment. As a result, the candidate must build and maintain strong and effective working relationships… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Software Developer

Webtrends Portland, OR

Our development teams focus on enabling our customers to solve their unique business challenges by leveraging the power of our big data, streaming… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Legal Intern

Webtrends Portland, OR

Tasks include - Electronic documentation and filing of contracts - Contract drafting, review and amendments - Occasional legal research projects… Glassdoor

26 days ago

Marketing Automation Specialist

Webtrends Portland, OR

• Define, communicate, and implement new features and functionality within Marketo with the goal of continuously enhancing Sales/Marketing processes… Glassdoor

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    I worked at Webtrends


    The people at WebTrends are wonderful. Most are genuinely supportive and truly care about the product and the company. Co-workers will pitch in and help in any way they can even if it's just to stick around and provide moral support or get some evening food. Very little backstabbing, gossip, or other drama you'd find at other companies at the peer level.


    In 2008, the management team was a revolving door of temporary/new VPs. The leadership team has stabilized in the past 2 years so there is no need to comment on past events.

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