Inside Sales Intern (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 6 February 2017
Has the vibe of a startup even though they have been around for 8+ years. Focused on saturating the market and providing the best product for the cost. Constantly coming out with improvements for their products, upward mobility is actually possible if you put in the effort.
Global SI/SP Marketing Manager, Contractor (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 11 January 2017
The team I was a member of never came in the office so there was little or no personal interaction or building of relationships in or outside of work. My day started at 8:00 am and wouldn't end until sometimes 10:00 pm. There was very little support from management or other members of the team. Fortunately, I was a seasoned marketing professional and could work independently from others.
working remote, understanding of family responsibilities
no culture, management does not inspire, no team work
Worldwide Renewals Administrator (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 4 January 2017
This was a great company to work for. It was unfortunately, not in my field of previous training, so I wanted to find other work, but I have 0 bad things to day. Great pay, great people, great work life balance, challenging work.
Sr. Oracle ERP Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 18 January 2016
River bed Technology is a technology company that specializes in improving the performance of networks and networked applications. They help information technology organizations to have the flexibility to host applications and data while helping to ensure that applications perform as expected, data is available when needed, and performance issues are detected and detected and fixed.
Fun, flexible culture but lack of rewards/incentives
MARKETING MANAGER (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 14 April 2014
Riverbed is a strong company and growing market leader. There is a lot to learn in the environment with some great people. Downside is that they would rather lose good employees than do little things, like salary increases or bonuses, to keep them. Lack of value in their employees.