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Business Development Representative

TECH DATA Mississauga

The ideal candidate is excited about building sales pipeline opportunities from scratch, and identifying and implementing programs, products and… Glassdoor

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Tech Data CEO and Director Bob Dutkowsky
Bob Dutkowsky
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    IT Department Management Incompetent

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    Current Employee - IT Department  in  Clearwater, FL (US)
    Current Employee - IT Department in Clearwater, FL (US)

    I have been working at Tech Data full-time for more than 5 years


    People you work with on a day to day basis in the IT department are nice and very helpful.


    Management is totally incompetent. They let the business drive deadlines even before the projects are scoped. Half of the IT department that does the SAP development and some database development is in Europe and work on their own deadlines and labor laws. Bottom line, they don't care about projects in the US and can make your projects late. Then you get blamed for other teams not delivering their work in time.

    The management team continuously over commit and look towards development staff to bail them out by working long hours. You get threats and some even get fired if they refuse or don't work 15 hours a day.

    Management in all their incompetence, does not accept responsibility for anything and put the blame on their developers. All complaints and objections fall on deaf ears and when they don't listen and projects go wrong, they blame devs again.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get a clue, treat your people well, learn how to manage project and for the love of god learn what a project methodology is. Learn what project scoping is and restore work/life balance to your employees.

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