Compare VMware vs PageFreezer Software BETA

See how PageFreezer Software vs. VMware compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
4.2
(based on 4493 reviews)
4.9
(based on 12 reviews)
Career Opportunities
3.8
4.5
Compensation & Benefits
4.3
4.6
Work-life balance
4.0
4.6
Senior Management
3.6
4.8
Culture & Values
4.2
4.7
CEO Approval
VMware Ceo Pat Gelsinger
96%Pat Gelsinger
PageFreezer Software Ceo Michael Riedijk
100%Michael Riedijk
% Recommend to a friend
86%
100%
Positive Business Outlook
80%
100%

Salaries

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$111,538/yr
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$102,203/yr
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$60,514/yr
There are no salaries matching this company.

What Employees Say

Pros
"Work life balance"(in 516 reviews)
"Work environment"(in 239 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
"Work life balance"(in 196 reviews)
"Middle management"(in 101 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Senior Manager

I have been working at VMware full-time for more than 3 years

Pros

VMware acts on its core EPIC2 values - Execution, Passion, Integrity, Customer and Community. Work/Life balance is good, and people are smart and supportive.

Cons

Nothing I can think of right now

Advice to Management

Continue to execute EPIC2 values.

Current Employee - Software Engineer

I have been working at PageFreezer Software full-time

Pros

I enjoy a lot working for Pagefreezer and the company has excelled in avoiding corporate bureaucracy (and the attitude that tends to stem from that). All teams seems to be clearly in tune and the... atmosphere couldn't be better. Management is always listening and the company has a flat-hierarchy culture for the most part. The product offers several challenges of its own and if you feel bored, it's up to you to come up with something smart and/or exciting and spearhead its implementation. I'm actually impressed that the company keeps growing in number of employees yet it still manages to feel like a cozy place to be. Last but not least, this pervasive (and perverse) culture of working long hours all the time has no place in here.

Cons

Whatever there were of cons, management listened and improved it. Nothing is perfect, of course, but this iteration of listening-and-improving means you might quickly find yourself with nothing else... to say.

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