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Mark E. Palomba
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  • Not sure how much longer they can hold on

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    Benefits and salary were generous, but I am overall glad not to be tethered to this sinking ship any longer.


    Critical Path was once a market darling with hundreds of employees worldwide. They have fallen significantly due to mis-management. I suppose some kudos must be given to the current team for trying to hold things together. Credit for that also must go to the Asian investors who against all apparent sense have continued to dump money into the company.

    Advice to Management

    At this point, simply keep on trying to hone your focus. You've shed all of the extraneous business interests picked up during your glory days and gained cash from that - discover who CPTH really is and push that.

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Headquarters Davidson, NC
Size 1 to 5 Employees
Founded 1996
Type Company - Private
Industry Accounting & Legal
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Critical Path knows that quality communication is essential to good business. The company's Memova suite of applications, consists of tools for enabling messaging, social media, mobile device content protection, identity authentication, and APIs (AppLink). It largely serves Internet service providers (ISPs) and other telecommunications services providers, but it also has clients in other segments and the public sector. Customers have included France Telecom, Indosat, Swisscom, and Vodafone. Critical Path also offers consulting, training, and technical support ... More

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