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ExactTarget Marketing Cloud CEO Scott McCorkle
Scott McCorkle
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    Gone from Great to Good to Poor in 1 year

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN
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    I have been working at ExactTarget Marketing Cloud full-time (More than a year)


    Good pay Great benefits Well respected in the community SOME absolutely amazing people (diminishing as we speak)


    When I first joined this company 2 years ago, it was full of passionate people who cared about the company, the products, and most importantly, each other. Employee success was paramount to company success, and we had a leadership team that recognized that. Now, with the infiltration of Salesforce (which, don't get me wrong, Salesforce is great in its own way, but that greatness has not manifested in Indianapolis - it's been mostly destructive), the Marketing Cloud leadership team is much more concerned with making people like Marc Benioff and Alex Dayyon happy rather than creating a culture of happy employees. In a recent "V2MOM" session, leadership blatantly voted "employee success" as the LEAST important value among 6-7 value options. Don't you get it? Happy and successful employees lead to good product, good service, and thriving business!! As I look around, I see a bunch of people sitting there just doing bare minimum to collect a paycheck, others frantically trying to cling to the last bit of Orange culture they can find, and a select few who thrive in this new environment of "nothing matters but the bottom line". I'm sure that the short term business outlook will be great, as Salesforce manages to squeeze the last bit of quality work out of employees, but if this keeps up, there's no long term to speak of.

    Advice to Management

    Marketing Cloud is losing people faster than they can hire them. This is as strong of a message as your employees could possibly send. With the rise of multiple other startups and corporations taking root in Indy, it's only going to be harder to keep/find top talent. Please, please, please take notice and, more importantly, DO something about it. Otherwise, move this entire operation to SF, where the culture thrives and people are more connected and happy.

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