Compare Intelex Technologies vs Projectplace BETASee how Projectplace vs. Intelex Technologies compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Intelex Technologies
Great on boarding, great company culture, good non core soft benefits
- Pay is probably at 60% of the market or perhaps the recruiter (who was an external) took advantage of me being a new immigrant to the country. - Benefits aren’t solid but there are some benefits... that attract not just the Millennial crowd ;-) (breakfast Thursday’s, free pizzas for internal club meetings, a snooker room which cannot be used by the hard working groups as work is busy in customer facing implementation roles especially Enterprise division.
Advice to Management
The company recently went through an acquisition and just before that I heard they let go of around 20% of their workforce. It’s clear that this was cutting out fat to balance the books, but why hire... at a pace that is not sustainable just to show investors that you are growing.
I worked at Projectplace full-time for less than a year
Great software! Swedish HQ. Salary decent, yet nothing to write home about. Frankfurt Office (shared office though)
Where to start. If you want to understand a sales organisation, look at their turnover and attrition rate over time. The sales management at Projectplace in Germany is regularly churning employees... and its not hard to see why. If you're currently thinking about joining the company, take the time to browse through LinkedIn to look for ex-employees, there's a never-ending list of people who have all worked at the company and have left within only a short timeframe. The only people staying here are management. I've worked at this place, it was a major mistake. The incompetence of sales management in Germany is hard to beat and not only in technical or professional skills but also on a personal level. Everywhere you ask, everyone only rolls their eyes at the German sales org. What to expect? 1. Bullying is commonly used to pressure people into working hard, only for the best deals to then being shifted away from you and towards the manager herself. Makes management look great indeed and leaves you with no commission whatsoever. 2. Racist attitude. On multiple occasions, the management ranted of people from Turkish or Eastern European descent. It's embarrassing, to say the least. 3. Nepotism. Nothing to add here, people getting hired based on friendship rather than on professional merit. Overall a clear advice for anyone thinking of joining. Don't, there plenty of decent companies who value their employees.
Advice to Management
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