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  • Entellium - a mixed bag

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    Current Employee - Director of Product Management in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Director of Product Management in Seattle, WA
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    Entellium is a great place to learn a great deal about the on-demand industry - it's the delivery method that is already changing the software industry, and the company gives you the chance to take on a great deal of responsibility quickly. Further, the company's focus on design and user interface innovation is another major industry trend employees get to work with. The sales and marketing leadership at the company are also top-notch - so it's a great place for sales reps who want to learn the basics of b2b selling, and for marketers who want to learn how to target the SMB and position products.


    poor executive leadership lack of customer focus overall poor quality of employees

    Advice to Management

    laser-focus on customer success, not sales progress

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Website www.entellium.com
Headquarters Seattle, WA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Unknown
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Entellium has a few things to say about customer relationship management. Specializing in Web-based CRM software, the company's applications are designed specifically for small and mid-size companies (fewer then 1,000 employees) and divisions of large enterprises. Its products are used for tasks such as salesforce automation, customer care, marketing automation, and business intelligence. Customers have included Pan Pacific, Standard Chartered, and TELUS. Entellium was founded in 2000.

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