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  1. 1.0
    Current Employee

    Lots of potential, no focus

    Aug 7, 2016 -  in Eden Prairie, MN
    Recommend
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    Pros

    The 3d printing industry has a huge amount of potential and unlimited opportunities. This is a great industry to have an established dealer network/customer base and many years of experience with.

    Cons

    Since the Stratasys/Objet merger there has been a lot of change and pain. There are inherent cultural differences between MN and Israel that provide an ongoing handicap to the company. Lack of focus and an ever-changing direction leave employees, resellers, and customers feeling lost. After being in this state for a few years there is a widespread dissatisfaction both internal and external that is further weighing the company down.

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    6 people found this review helpful
  2. 2.0
    Former Employee, more than 3 years

    A Great Company Laid to Waste

    Aug 2, 2016 - Operations in Minneapolis, MN
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Stratasys is a great company with a cool technology that has a significant and positive impact to industry, shortening lead-times for product development and providing more options to conventional manufacturing production processes. Employees are genuinely excited about the products and rally around the new product releases and current products. That was prior to 2015...

    Cons

    The Stratasys/Objet merger, presented as a marriage of complementary technologies, and the acquisition of MakerBot as the leading player in the consumer market, was intended to cement the Stratasys position as the uncontested market leader in additive manufacturing. The MakerBot acquisition in retrospect was a huge mistake as it was vastly overpriced and over-hyped. The products launched and manufactured were of such poor quality, that it ultimately killed the enthusiasm in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing market. Stratasys will never recover the losses that resulted. In addition, the legacy Objet leadership team has aggressively overtaken leadership of the entire Stratasys organization as if it were an acquisition vs. a merger. One by one, legacy Stratasys leadership personnel were fired or aggressively pushed out of the organization. And at this point, Israelis hold all of the key leadership and management positions in Sales/Marketing, Operations and Engineering. They employ a command and control management style where every single decision, big or small, goes through labyrinth-like approval bureaucracy thus stifling all creativity and risk-taking. The leadership team is arrogant and dismissive of anybody outside of their inner circle. Their decision-making also show a lack of competence and understanding of best-in-class manufacturing management methodologies. And it is now showing up in unfavorable financial results, independent of the current additive manufacturing market conditions. Finally, US operations are being phased out as power is being consolidated in Israel/Objet. Current US employees are pursuing other opportunities and are leaving in droves. So unless Stratasys is acquired or the board agrees that the current strategy will continue to fail, there is no bright future for US based employees. My advice to prospective employees is that if you are currently employed, do not accept employment at Stratasys. If you are not employed and are willing to put up with being treated poorly and are okay knowing that this will be short term, then it could be an opportunity until something better comes along.

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  4. 2.0
    Former Employee

    Miss the old Stratasys

    Nov 6, 2015 -  
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    Pros

    Neat technology Fun co-workers Challenging work assignments which allow for growth and personal development Exciting

    Cons

    Leadership has diminished since the merger between Objet and Stratasys. The former Stratasys leadership team is gone and replaced by Objet employes. The workload is unbearable and stressful. It's unfortunate the company took a turn and I hope they come back.

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