Operations Program Manager (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – 16 April 2018
Flexible work hours to get the job done and fit with family commitments and ability to work from anywhere. Contract employees can contribute to the business. Highly inclusive workplace. Strong support for community & charitable programs. Great technology! Clear business goals & strategy.
Stress-free (well.. up to you of course:) environment.
Member, Acquisition Transition Team (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – 26 March 2018
this would be a great place as a stopover to gain experience. to bad it got acquired. The acquisition was not very smooth at all, there were to many changes and the time was extended multiply times. Very frustrating
Director, Product Management and Marketing (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – 6 February 2018
I worked at Brocade almost 6 years as a software engineer and later engineering manager. Then I left for two years and came back for almost 5 years as a product manager.
Brocade used to be a technology leader and a great place to work at. I had a very reasonable work/life balance, and many opportunities for advancement in my career. Most of my many managers there were very good.
Brocade eventually got broken up and acquired by many companies, and the year before that happened was the worst. Many people left, and the reputation also declined. I am very grateful for my best years there however.
Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN (remote) – 6 February 2018
The most recent manager I had was the best manager I ever had. My peers and co-workers were always available to assist whenever needed. The first thing on everyone's mind was to take care of our customers whether internal or external.
Flexible, lots of intelligent folks who always strive for taking care of customers
Support Account Manager (Former Employee) – worked from home – 10 January 2018
I enjoyed my job for the most part. I was responsible for 2 very large accounts at Brocade. My day typically started with checking out my accounts environments, making sure everything was running ok. Looking at open records, checking up or following up with customer and attending many meetings.
Management left you alone to do your job to the best of your ability.
Working from home eliminated team work, it was very difficult to learn.