Roper Industries

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2.3 3 reviews

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Roper Industries Chairman, President, and CEO Brian D. Jellison

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33% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Good Company

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Houston, TX

    ProsGood opportunities within business units.

    ConsCorporate interference occasionally, but irregularly. Doesn't pay as well as competitive companies in the industry. High pressure environment.

    Advice to Senior Managementnone

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Un professional about who you know not what you know

    AR Administrator (Former Employee) Houston, TX

    ProsCan not find a good reson to work for this company

    ConsLet ilegal activity within the company to continue

    Advice to Senior ManagementPlease change your upper management at AMOT, PAC, and METRix

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    If you work at Roper, make sure you are in a business that can fit in with their financial model.

    Product Marketing Manager (Former Employee) Tempe, AZ

    ProsWell managed financially, fairly nimble in responding to sales opportunities, benefits and vacation were competitive, open to people with different professional backgrounds, low corporate bureaucracy.

    ConsThere is essentially no way to think long term or strategically in a smaller Roper company because short term financial metrics predominate over longer term strategic considerations, what strategy we did have was disconnected from operational capabilities and not communicated to employees, management culture was secretive and reactive, job descriptions and org charts were either undocumented or kept secret from employees, org charts had bizarre reporting relationships and spans of control which hampered execution, no performance feedback was provided to employees .

    Advice to Senior ManagementDon't be afraid to shutdown or divest companies from your portfolio if they don't fit with your portfolio requirements. Transparency regarding strategy and health of the business is particularly important in lean organizations where it is critical that all effort is aligned with strategic goals. Insist that your GMs explain how they will accomplish their plans, not just what they desire to accomplish in sales. You cannot argue with Roper financial performance, but some of your companies could be better managed, sold off or shut down to improve it even further.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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