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Initially seems great place to work, then you find out no work/life balance or fairness in career opportunities.

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Carrollton, TX
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Carrollton, TX


It's not so big that no one knows you. It offers employees opportunities to have fun.


Career opportunities are not fairly given. There is a mean spirit toward employees in management.

Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

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    Multiple growth opportunities

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Carrollton, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Carrollton, TX


    I have been able to work on many different projects in the last few years, seeing almost all of them to completion. Love the challenge of the workplace.


    Fast moving company with high degree of change required to support multiple acquisitions and multiple markets. Customer focused service model can have lifestyle implications.

    Approves of CEO
  2. 10 people found this helpful  

    Awful, horrible, would never recommend

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    Former Employee - Awful Place to Work  in  Carrollton, TX
    Former Employee - Awful Place to Work in Carrollton, TX


    Cubes are large and have sliding doors
    Relaxed dress code
    Salary was within industry norm


    -"Good ol' boys club" is the best way to describe management
    -Management is demeaning and plays favorites
    -Management does not understand the term "soft skills"
    -Not flexible with scheduling - working from home is frowned upon
    -Location is out in the middle of nowhere
    -Expectation that you work 24/7
    -Yearly user group which takes 2 months of planning and preparation, all while doing your "normal" duties; no time-off granted even though the user group begins on a Sunday
    -Ridiculous amount of unnecessary meetings, leaving no time to do your "normal" duties
    -Management does not understand the concept of work/personal balance
    -Must take PTO for ice storm days versus working from home
    -Market themselves as a software company yet no one in management has a true software background (they all come from property management). The one manager who had a software background was fired as he tried to improve the process which would have made others at his level look foolish
    -People crying due to how management treats them is normal and something you see on a daily basis
    -HR is not confidential
    -If you don't come the property management sector, you are an outsider
    -People do not respect one another
    -Lots of bottom feeders that have been with the company for many years that do nothing and they have been prompted to positions they are not qualified for simply because of number of years they had been with the company
    -Very unorganized
    -7 days of PTO a year (plus standard holidays)
    -Management uses intimidation as a way to get things done
    -If you don't have PTO and you get sick, you are fired (no way to borrow PTO or have an unpaid sick day)
    -Implemented a "must be to the office by 8am" rule in order to weed people out
    -Poorly integrated products and constant bug fixing because the developer talent is the bottom of the bottom as all the smart ones start finding a way out the first day they are there
    -Unable to retain talent as products are so bad (bug fixing, poor integration)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
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