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  1. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Hyperion Concultant

    Sep 20, 2018 - Anonymous Employee in Gurgaon, Haryana
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    Base pay is below average, but a good bonus and stock compensation structure. Decent benefits relative to the cost. The company is getting bigger, but still small enough to be able to know many people. Public company means stock compensation is possible. Solid software product and customer base. The company has been around for some time, so there is some stability


    A click-oriented culture with few decision-makers. It takes a very long time to get things done such as agree on customer deal terms, purchase equipment, and make hiring decisions. Employees have little latitude to make decisions. At Facebook and Google you have employees unleashed, and they grow rapidly by "breaking things." At PROS there is an obsession with consensus to the point of analysis paralysis, and the

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  2. 2.0
    Former Employee


    Jan 26, 2011 - Marketing Communications Specialist in Fremont, CA
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    If you need to work somewhere, they pay on time and provide a decent place to work. Some of the people who work there are very nice. The location is comfortable.


    It used to be a pleasant place to work in but since the management changed it became very unpleasant. uncertain, things change and layoffs can happen any time. they are not very marketig oriented, don't have any good marketing going. they could be doing so much better. when I was there marketing was done very unprofessionally and when they did bring in a marketing manager and she started to do some things they cut her wings and very fast let her go.

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  4. 1.0
    Former Employee, more than 3 years

    Corporate hidden agenda

    Sep 17, 2014 - Anonymous Employee 
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    Not micromanaged. My manager was great before he left and then they all left. New company gave me time to find another job.


    Hidden corporate agenda with no honesty from the top. The top has no power to do anything it is all controlled by Japan next thing you know the new owners walk in and the old sneaks out. What a waste of time everyone just blowing smoke. I should have know when certain people left.

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