WideOrbit Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what WideOrbit employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

WideOrbit has a Senior Management rating of 3.5, and Eric R. Mathewson, the CEO of WideOrbit, has an approval rating of 83% across the organization.

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May 24, 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at WideOrbit?

Pros

We have offices all over the world, and 60% of us work remotely. Our CEO gives regular all company updates with insight to our business, strategy and performance. We are all owners in the company. No 2 days are ever the same. Our development team is large and strong - keeping us on the forefront of industry changes and allowing for a broad range of software product offerings, and nimble development to meet demands. I work with NICE people who truly care about our clients and each other.

Cons

When you are a bigger fish, you are an easy target. With both competition and employee reviews. Internal changes that affect employees are never made easily and often lead to backlash. A recent directional change caused upset which is the reason for my review. Folks often write reviews when they are unhappy vs. happy with their company. Internal communication is often lacking with our rapid growth.

Advice to Management

Improve internal communications.

Our CEO gives regular all company updates with insight to our business, strategy and performance.

May 24, 2019

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June 13, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at WideOrbit?

Pros

-Thoughtful leadership translates into a positive corporate culture -Work/life balance is the best I've ever experienced at any corporate job -People who work smart & work hard are rewarded -Open platform all the way through senior management to have your thoughts and ideas heard

Cons

Hustle required - a bit of a startup culture at an established company, need to be ready to roll up your sleeves and get the job done even when it's not straightforward

Thoughtful leadership translates into a positive corporate culture

June 13, 2019

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