Windstream Jobs in San Francisco, CA


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30+ days ago

Sales Director - National Accounts

Windstream San Francisco, CA

- Creates and implements personal business plans including team goals as well as individual goals for sales reps to ensure quotas are met. - Manages… Windstream


30+ days ago

Senior Account Executive (RR)

Windstream San Francisco, CA

• Meets or exceeds company sales metrics by gaining profitable business; tracking relevant productivity metrics and adjusting activity; and seeking… Windstream


30+ days ago

Account Executive/Senior Account Executive (RR)

Windstream Walnut Creek, CA

• Meets or exceeds company sales metrics by gaining profitable business; tracking relevant productivity metrics and adjusting activity; and seeking… Windstream


4 days ago

Senior Account Manager (RR)

Windstream Walnut Creek, CA

process. • Manages formal RFP responses by: o Collaborating with internal and external stakeholders; o Setting strategic sales… Windstream


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Anthony ("Tony") Thomas
14 Ratings
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    Windstream sucks in the West

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I have been working at Windstream full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Fortune 500 experience
    Salary can be decent if you negotiate
    Nice office

    Cons

    Poor infrastructure - single switch, no EoC, no fiber, no data centers. Mostly reselling AT&T, AboveNet, XO, and others. Pricing is usually high. "Why should I buy AT&T from you?". Very little name recognition. Tedious and confusing sales systems. No usable CRM. Terrible record for implementing successfully. Small install base and few are reference-able. All problems roll back downhill to the sales people with ineffective managerial support.

    Advice to Management

    Demand infrastructure investment immediately. Learn how to differentiate talented people and give them incentive to want to stick around. Recognize the challenges and set realistic, achievable goals for reps. Reduce the environment of constant anxiety. Fire dead weight quicker.

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