“Ok place to work. Chance to deal with interesting technologies depending on the project you're working on. ”
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I have been working at March Networks full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
People is friendly. Benefits are Ok. Some products are quite interesting to work on.
Overall good work/life balance .Cons
Still a hardware oriented company;
Pay is under average. Don't expect bonuses either.
Performance reviews are non-existent and personal or team efforts are not recognized/valued. Also, there's no room for growth in the company.Advice to ManagementAdvice
There's a lack of focus on the software end of things. Some managers work from other countries (non-US countries) which makes team interaction complicated.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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Feel like you're being watched? More likely you're being recorded. March Networks makes video surveillance systems that include cameras, digital video recorders, encoders (converts an analog signal into digital format), and related software applications. Banks, airlines, retail stores, and mass transit systems use the company's products to track cargo, monitor ATMs, combat vandalism, and prevent theft. March Networks sells directly to end-users and through channel partners and OEMs. Customers have included Wal-Mart (which accounts for about 20% of sales), Alaska Air, Fifth...