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11 English questions out of 11

15 May 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Everon?

Pros

The company has a well structured procedure for everything, from technical and non-technical matter. I really like the fact that there are a lot of architecture related meeting, where important decisions are made. People are very professional and they really like to put accent to code quality, delivering an easy-to-maintain product. Working in this company allows to to grow from a junior to much higher levels (senrior, architect), since there are a lot of opportunities to express yourself.

Cons

I don't have any cons so far, everything is good there.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work!

Working in this company allows to to grow from a junior to much higher levels (senrior, architect), since there are a lot of opportunities to express yourself.

15 May 2020

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15 May 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Everon?

Pros

The company has a well structured procedure for everything, from technical and non-technical matter. I really like the fact that there are a lot of architecture related meeting, where important decisions are made. People are very professional and they really like to put accent to code quality, delivering an easy-to-maintain product. Working in this company allows to to grow from a junior to much higher levels (senrior, architect), since there are a lot of opportunities to express yourself.

Cons

I don't have any cons so far, everything is good there.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work!

Working in this company allows to to grow from a junior to much higher levels (senrior, architect), since there are a lot of opportunities to express yourself.

15 May 2020

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29 August 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at Everon?

Pros

Hard to think of one to be honest. Used to be that Everon had really some really smart and motivated individuals. But most of them left and the ones that stayed are burned out or disconnected from the company. They recently changed the some ppl in C-positions and that might be a good thing - can't tell yet. Everyone always says the "right things" in calls, but then you see nothing changing.

Cons

So, first of all, do not trust the 4+ star rating on Glassdoor. You can look at the reviews and see they are dated very close to each other through an internal push done a long time ago. BE VERY CAREFUL to do your homework when applying here. On paper, it's great. When you get it, it's hell. But let's keep this review factual. Here's the real situation: - No one in this company says no to ... anything. The CEO & SLT installed a culture of fear in which you "had to" win both deal X and deal Y, even if the 2 competed with each other in terms of effort & development direction. You can see the effects of this when you talk to people and they say: "we can't win this because there is no focus, my hands are tied". That's where passion & motivation go to die. - Middle-management is inexperienced in running their departments. A lot of them are good individual professionals and very passionate, but they were never trained in any way to run people teams, to scale a company. - Very slow. All our competitors are ahead of us, in at least one specific vertical. It seems Everon is just this average platform that does only the basics very well. - Check the TPGY stock. It was meant to go public 6m ago. It's right now defaulted to 10$ which is the base price, since the deal has been signaled by TPG, on the SEC website, as unclear when it would be completed, or if it will be completed at all. - There are no happy customers. Support is getting overrun with complaints all the time. For a few Qs they have all the departments working as Support Representatives, because the platform sucks so much, they have to solve it post-sales. - Quite frankly, I do not think Product Management knows what they are building. They seem very junior for the challenge we have to solve ahead of us. I've also heard the best developers are already leaving the company, since they are constantly in fire-fighting mode and not paid according to market standards. - Oh and please just write to ANY EMPLOYEE on LinkedIn and ask them about the Employee NPS. Like, anyone.

Advice to Management

- Stop chasing every opportunity and focus on a market we really want to win. - Have the guts to fire middle-managers that are not trained for the job they are doing and bring in powerful leaders. They will then attract talent themselves. - For the love of all EV, please stop saying "the number of developers is our greatest differentiator". That just shows you have no idea what your differentiator is. Or that you don't have one.

The CEO & SLT installed a culture of fear in which you "had to" win both deal X and deal Y, even if the 2 competed with each other in terms of effort & development direction.

29 August 2021

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12 February 2021

How is management perceived at Everon?

Pros

Nice colleagues and good management Recent technologies Space to learn and grow as developer

Cons

Sometimes there is too much burocracy

Nice colleagues and good management

12 February 2021

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29 August 2021

What is the company culture like at Everon?

Pros

Hard to think of one to be honest. Used to be that Everon had really some really smart and motivated individuals. But most of them left and the ones that stayed are burned out or disconnected from the company. They recently changed the some ppl in C-positions and that might be a good thing - can't tell yet. Everyone always says the "right things" in calls, but then you see nothing changing.

Cons

So, first of all, do not trust the 4+ star rating on Glassdoor. You can look at the reviews and see they are dated very close to each other through an internal push done a long time ago. BE VERY CAREFUL to do your homework when applying here. On paper, it's great. When you get it, it's hell. But let's keep this review factual. Here's the real situation: - No one in this company says no to ... anything. The CEO & SLT installed a culture of fear in which you "had to" win both deal X and deal Y, even if the 2 competed with each other in terms of effort & development direction. You can see the effects of this when you talk to people and they say: "we can't win this because there is no focus, my hands are tied". That's where passion & motivation go to die. - Middle-management is inexperienced in running their departments. A lot of them are good individual professionals and very passionate, but they were never trained in any way to run people teams, to scale a company. - Very slow. All our competitors are ahead of us, in at least one specific vertical. It seems Everon is just this average platform that does only the basics very well. - Check the TPGY stock. It was meant to go public 6m ago. It's right now defaulted to 10$ which is the base price, since the deal has been signaled by TPG, on the SEC website, as unclear when it would be completed, or if it will be completed at all. - There are no happy customers. Support is getting overrun with complaints all the time. For a few Qs they have all the departments working as Support Representatives, because the platform sucks so much, they have to solve it post-sales. - Quite frankly, I do not think Product Management knows what they are building. They seem very junior for the challenge we have to solve ahead of us. I've also heard the best developers are already leaving the company, since they are constantly in fire-fighting mode and not paid according to market standards. - Oh and please just write to ANY EMPLOYEE on LinkedIn and ask them about the Employee NPS. Like, anyone.

Advice to Management

- Stop chasing every opportunity and focus on a market we really want to win. - Have the guts to fire middle-managers that are not trained for the job they are doing and bring in powerful leaders. They will then attract talent themselves. - For the love of all EV, please stop saying "the number of developers is our greatest differentiator". That just shows you have no idea what your differentiator is. Or that you don't have one.

The CEO & SLT installed a culture of fear in which you "had to" win both deal X and deal Y, even if the 2 competed with each other in terms of effort & development direction.

29 August 2021

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