Commvault Systems, Inc. – Chicago, IL
include: • Work with National Account Managers to develop and execute on strategies to develop key reseller partners • Mentor Partner… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – San Antonio, TX
We have an outstanding career opportunity for a Key Account Executive (KAE). The successful candidate initiates, maintains and expands existing… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – No preference , New York, United States
Commvault helps companies transform their data into a powerful strategic asset, with data protection and information management solutions that enable… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – Singapore
With our software, we have made our mark on an industry enabling organizations to protect, access, comply and share their data. We have been… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – Oberhausen
In this role, you will represent the entire range of company products and services to assigned partners. Additionally, you will be responsible for… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – Tinton Falls, NJ
include building customer licensing configurations, creating solution architecture designs, and addressing customer technical questions through… Commvault Systems, Inc.
Commvault Systems, Inc. – New York, NY
For the past four years, CommVault has been recognized as the leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software and most… Commvault Systems, Inc.
I worked at Commvault full-time (More than 5 years)
Great location, technically savvy team, not afraid to advance processes. The campus is top notch with great of attention paid to keeping employees there, happy & engaged. Pay is OK, equity is offered for many positions. If you have a great manager you will love working here.
Qtr ends are rough company-wide, reporting time frames are pretty unrealistic, career growth isn't the best. All of this is known and the management team is supposedly working on making it all better. All departments are too segregated from each other with no formal communication or management structure overlaying the whole company. I would bet most G&A people don't even know what commvault's products actually do.
Advice to Management
Hire the right people at the lower levels and let them grow into the managers you want/need. Get rid of the under-performing management and make the company young and fresh again. Embrace the over-performing management and let them do their jobs and grow. In general, Departments are way to segregated and left to do their own things, which causes lots of extra work company wide.