Compare Nautilus vs D3 Security Management Systems BETA

See how D3 Security Management Systems vs. Nautilus compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
4.2
(based on 91 reviews)
Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
3.9
(based on 30 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Career Opportunities
3.6
Career Opportunities
4.0
Compensation & Benefits
Compensation & Benefits
3.9
Compensation & Benefits
4.0
Work-life balance
Work-life balance
4.5
Work-life balance
3.7
Senior Management
Senior Management
4.0
Senior Management
3.8
Culture & Values
Culture & Values
4.6
Culture & Values
3.8
CEO Approval
CEO Approval
Nautilus Ceo James Barr
0%
N/AJames Barr
CEO Approval
D3 Security Management Systems Ceo Gordon Benoit
76%
76%Gordon Benoit
% Recommend to a friend
% Recommend to a friend
84%
% Recommend to a friend
70%
Positive Business Outlook
Positive Business Outlook
66%
Positive Business Outlook
69%

Salaries

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CA$10,103/yr
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CA$63,859/yr

What Employees Say

Pros
Pros
"Work life balance"(in 15 reviews)
"Great culture"(in 9 reviews)
There are no reviews matching this company.
Cons
Cons
"Customer service"(in 3 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 3 reviews)
Featured Review

Former Employee - Anonymous Professional Position

I worked at Nautilus full-time for more than a year

Pros

There is a small, but decently equipped workout room on site. Convenient, if you live in Vancouver or Camas. Free entry into Tough Mudder once a year.

Cons

Horribly managed. From the top down, the company seems to value janky as-seen-on-TV type experience vs. people who are experienced professionals in the fitness industry. That is not to say that... there aren't some folks who are enthusiastic about fitness that also happen to work there, but just take a look at the executive suite and their front line. NOT ONE actual fitness person and the results speak for themselves. The stock price has dropped 95% since 2016 with Peleton basically eating their lunch while they scramble and try to come up with a compelling product and play catch up with technology adoption. The bottom line is that this place should not be called "Nautilus" since they basically sell this brand to a more capable company, and should instead call themselves the "Bowflex Company" since that's really their bread and butter. Hocking gimmicky products on late night television to people who probably shouldn't taking on debt with false promises of losing weight. It's also no secret that they've had to lay off a significant portion of their workforce, all of the senior leaders have abandoned ship and they have no clear direction on how to right the ship since their competition is leaps and bounds ahead of them. Also worth noting that they generally do not promote from within, so if you take a job there, you better love it because you won't be promoted...which leads to high turnover and a lack of in-depth industry experience across the remaining staff. Steer Clear the place is a loser with abysmal prospects to grow.

Advice to Management

Focus on hiring leadership from within the industry, who understand the market and what innovation looks like. You should also lose the Bowflex brand. I know this is a contrarian viewpoint and you... guys think this is your "premium" brand, but seriously? That brand is known for a silly, gimmicky exercise machine from the eighties that NO ONE in the market takes seriously. It's right up there with George Foreman Grills and Thigh Masters. Instead, leverage the Nautilus name, which is a well respected name in the commercial gym space. Figure out ways to create career paths for your employees, people don't feel valued or respected when you don't even try to groom them.

Current Employee - Sales and Marketing Specialist

I have been working at D3 Security Management Systems full-time for more than a year

Pros

With a relatively small employee count for the level of quality of product and the magnitude of customers, at D3 you can really feel how your part affects the overall companies health. At D3... information is shared openly across all departments from sales to development. If you want to learn more about what D3 does and what your peers are doing you can simply ask and be granted access to important product details and cyber security scoops. I worked at D3 Security in marketing and sales. In sales D3 employees have open conversation about what works, what doesn't work, new strategies, and ideas to help gain customers. All of this open dialogues creates a very harmonious work environment for the most part. Any ideas employees may come up with that might help better the company can be taken to upper management and evaluated very quickly. I enjoyed how D3 Security's management provides unnecessary services to make their employees feel wanted. For example every Friday D3 Security orders ice-cream, beer and more for each employee, carried in what we called "the great cart". Overall being part of a team responsible for creating leading edge cyber security used by companies across the fortune 500 felt very meaningful to me.

Cons

Although D3 Security creates a great work environment, a-lot of the work done in lower levels of the company and sales is left unmanaged which can create confusion as to what to do at times. The... initial training of employees was not very professional, but once you begin to understand your role and learn more skills the job becomes a-lot easier and enjoyable. There is some confusion in departments at times when individuals do not ask questions to their peers and upper management. Luckily its easy to sit down and talk over any questions or plans you have to upper management, the president, and your peers. If you take initiative when faced by inhibition or unanswered questions you will see how D3 is bettered by it. Also its important in sales to ask yourself questions about what your doing so you can better understand the outcomes.

Advice to Management

More regular check ups and talks initiated by management could give more confidence and clarity to lower levels and better the overall companies health. Otherwise I very much enjoyed my time at D3... Security and the skills I learned were very valuable.

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