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Scottsdale, AZ
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Less than $1 million (USD) per year

mobiManage Reviews

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    "Definitely does not recommend!"

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Scottsdale, AZ
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Scottsdale, AZ
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at mobiManage full-time


    -Talented designers and developers (when not being directed by CEO).
    -Great motivation and relationship with designers and developers, they watch out for one another.
    -Opportunity to work with wonderful customers.


    -OVER WORKS TEAM. This is the biggest issue. The team is being cut down to like 10 people. There was so much work and support, everything was high priority. Within the day or week a bunch of things were assigned to a single person. Deadlines were missed, work was sloppy, stress was high. What does it tell you when you have to explain to the CEO that if you work on one thing, obviously you lose time with another item. Honestly, its as if this explanation is an excuse - made no sense.

    -No processes in place for devs/designers/PM/Support, or anything. Had to figure it out through trial and error. Somewhat of a "process" was starting to be worked on.

    -There were talented people on the team that had promising ideas and knowledge, but management (if you can even use that word) is stuck in old ways and does not allow the company or team to grow.

    -Absolutely no training. Because there was no process the "training" was so minimal. If it were not for the other team members, when they had time to take a breath, I would not know what to do. Had to learn a lot on my own.

    -When you do not know about a topic and you have people on your team that have experience with the topic, listen to them! Their knowledge is ignored, it's almost as if knowing more than the CEO is seen as a threat instead of a weapon.

    -Gets rid of experienced people because of the point above, then claim "they don't understand what we are trying to do" - as if you know.

    -Management does not understand any job and yet directs the team.

    -CEO makes contradicting decisions consistently based on what he believes is best. Says one thing one day, then claims something else another day. Even if it is in one of the many sad, poorly written emails. When that decisions does not work out because of obvios reasons, blames the team.

    -Has unrealistic expectations. Just because we don't own a company does not mean we do not understand that to make a good product for the first time you need time. Even if you have done it a few times, they still have major issues so they haven't really been done right!

    -Blows through the nitty gritty process of understanding a product up front because wants everything done fast and half the time. This causes team to develop a low quality product and throws the "you need to think things through" in our faces.

    -Products are not properly developed. Issues left and right. There is no quality control. Stems from not understanding the product. Selling products they don't even have and expect to develop it within a ridiculous timeline. Yes, a short timeline attracts customer BUT not when you do not have a solid product to begin with. Some common sense please.

    -Over promises to customers, and really under delivers past the due date. Poor team starts all projects late and is told to work extra to catch up.

    -Definitely underpaid. The amount of time and work you are required to do, is not worth it. No such thing as over time. This makes it attractive to hire young employees. The young members now don't have something to compare this to, so they think this work style is OK. They know the wrongs of this place, but are told by management this is how it is anywhere else. Not at all true!!

    -The opportunity to work and learn in different departments sounds promising, but not here. Not when management has no clue nor takes guidance. Terrible.

    -If you don't finish the high amount of work on your list for the day or week, you are immediately told to work extra hours. That may not be a problem for some, but when you get nothing in much can a person take?

    -Benefits. What benefits? NONE. AT. ALL. Come on, throw your employees a bone.

    -Toxic environment. No culture. It was stress non-stop. For you, for the team. Walking into the office in the morning was dreadful! Leaving at the end of the day was like breaking out of jail, fear you would get caught (because more work was asked of you) and pure joy to be free.

    -Work/life balance: No need to go into detail, live to work is all you need to know.

    -People start hopeful and excited, but within a week (if you are lucky) you know you made a mistake. Red flags like no other. Looking back, it makes me laugh.

    Seriously, stay away. You can read all the reviews and see that this is a common thing. No positivity. Feel so bad for the customers.

    Advice to Management

    When are you going to listen??

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
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    The person was late for the interview and did not even notify me until 10 minutes later. Then told me that they will call back in 10 minutes. It never happened so in politely rescheduled but was already discouraged to go for this company.
    When I interviewed it was pretty typical but I don't think I'll follow up. The reviews about this company seem true.

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