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IBM Enterprise Account Executive Reviews

Updated May 30, 2017
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  • You have to manage your work life balance or you'll end up doing the work of 2 or more people (in 929 reviews)

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    "Enterprise Account Executive"

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    Former Employee - Enterprise Account Executive in Birmingham, AL
    Former Employee - Enterprise Account Executive in Birmingham, AL
    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at IBM full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Great people for the most part to work with on internal teams as well as clients. Working from home is great as well.

    Cons

    Everyone works in fear of losing their jobs and it is terrible for morale. They get rid of people and don't replace them so less sales support.


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    Former Employee - SoftLayer Enterprise Sales Account Executive
    Former Employee - SoftLayer Enterprise Sales Account Executive

    I worked at IBM full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Proud to say you work for "Big Blue." Feels like a sense of career accomplishment. Well established company with a long history.

    Cons

    Too many Chiefs & Indians. Expect to have a 1:1 conversation with a customer you can forget it. So many different departments all wanting to get their fingers in your account or opportunity. Legacy IBMrs have a sense of entitlement when in actuality they should be made to retire. Their "old school" way of thinking is what has them following AWS. Lotus Notes (IBM owned) for email, give me a break. Doesn't integrate with Salesforce but then, IBM uses its own CRM, SalesConnect which is terrible. Let's just say I was proud to work there but the name doesn't live up to the hype.