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MindTouch, Inc. Sales Engineer Reviews

Updated Sep 9, 2011

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    "MindTouch offers an excellent atmosphere for professional growth coupled with a real opportunity to influence others."

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    Current Employee - Sales Engineer in San Diego, CA
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    I have been working at MindTouch, Inc.

    Pros

    MindTouch offers a great culture and employees truly are diligent about accomplishing ambitious goals. MindTouch employees are very tight-knit and strive to learn more about their profession through a high level of team engagement. MindTouch employees enjoy an open floor plan which fosters an excellent team atmosphere.

    Cons

    MindTouch is located in the heart of San Diego which make for an excellent lifestyle. However, San Diego doesn't have a well formed tech industry so you miss out on some of the excitement you would experience in other cities such as San Francisco or Austin.

    MindTouch, Inc.2011-09-10
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    "MindTouch: Love it while it lasts."

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    Former Employee - Sales Engineer in San Diego, CA
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    I worked at MindTouch, Inc.

    Pros

    MindTouch has a great product and an excellent technical crew. They are on the verge of something very, very big. The people are great and friendly and there is a family atmosphere. There is a sense of excitement and fun. Since it is a startup, each individual can have a strong impact.

    Cons

    It's a startup, so the facilities and amenities are few. Very open plan offices, noisy. People work hard and long hours, and you will be expected to, as well. As an example, lunch is provided three times a week. Employees will grab there lunch and immediately go back to work at their desks. Practically no promotion from within. Much more likely that higher positions will be filled from the outside.

    Advice to Management

    Need to set more defined strategic direction.

    MindTouch, Inc.2009-02-08
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