- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Great company and great cultureAug 20, 2020 - Software Development Manager in Denver, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Ping identity is a great company to work for with great office culture. A wide range of different products, both on-prem and SaaS offerings, provides a lot of opportunities and interests. Outstanding, transparent, and openminded leadership allows everyone at every level to express themselves, bring in their own work/management styles, and contribute.
Nothing really! There are still several areas in the engineering department where the management methodologies are a little bit dated, however, it is improving all the time.
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Nov 24, 2022 - Site Reliability Engineer in Denver, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Ping is the perfect environment to learn, collaborate with like minded professionals. Tremendous growth 10/10 Benefits package, with focus on building successful careers
Tremendous growth which is not necessarily a con but could be to some.
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★Nov 30, 2022 - Director in Denver, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I can't share the pros I've had because this is a different company now due to the Thoma Bravo acquisition.
Thoma Bravo acquired Ping recently which is when most factors that were enjoyable about working here ceased. When researching any of TB's acquisitions, you see everywhere online how horribly they chop and cut companies and departments up. Ping sold to them knowing this would happen which shows, no matter what has been preached about caring about employees in the past, is not true. Business is business to the board, founder and C-suites and money > than people. A large sum of people are getting laid off, morale is very.. very.. very low and I see first-hand the culture fading. Ping's culture was why employees were retained (especially for how under paid the salaries are). I see my peers already being defeated by needing to produce MORE MORE MORE with HUGE cuts to budget. Next year does not look enjoyable.. Even pre-acquisition... this company used to be filled with caring, driven, inspiring management, but now it's bare bones with inexperienced people holding the jobs of VPs/Directors etc. They are much too inexperienced, but Ping has shown to love cheap labor by underpaying people for many years.Continue reading