iAnywhere

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Terry M. Stepien
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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer
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    Pros

    iAnywhere is a division of Sybase, which recently became a division of SAP. It is tasked with developing enterprise mobile middlewhere. As a result, it works on interesting projects. The Health benefits are quite good.

    Cons

    Vacation time is on the low end, and they tell you when you have to take a week of it (mandatory shutdown). The quarterly results trump everything else, even if it sabotages the next quarter. It has been many years since President Terry Stepian has done anything but try to maximize this quarter profits, and as a result long term investment is virtually non existent, and the long term performance of the division is in the slumps. Terry has surrounded himself with like-minded people, so the culture is not going to change anytime soon.

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    Fire Terry, and put someone in his place who has a long term outlook and is willing to invest in the future. Lower the health benefits in exchange for better vacation benefits.

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Website www.ianywhere.com
Headquarters Dublin, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors IBM, Microsoft, Oracle

Information is key, and iAnywhere knows that. The company's wireless mobile enterprise platform is used by customers to access and synchronize corporate data, web based content, and email wherever they're using smart phones, PDAs, and laptops. Its SQL Anywhere Studio is a similar product aimed at small to medium-sized businesses. iAnywhere has a strong presence in sectors that depend heavily on time-sensitive information, such as banks, securities firms, and pharmaceutical companies. Customers include the FBI and Prudential. iAnywhere is a subsidiary of Sybase.

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