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10 English questions out of 10

11 September 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Centerprise?

Pros

small layers in the company good opportunity and exposure good networking opportunity

Cons

old fashioned in how it operates should be more eager to expand

Advice to Management

look to expand departments in accordance with the individual teams performance, not the wider departments

good opportunity and exposure

11 September 2020

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8 January 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Centerprise?

Pros

Good contacts provided from management

Cons

Need more room for growth

Need more room for growth

8 January 2021

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7 December 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Centerprise?

Pros

Great people to work with and a very entrepreneurial approach to my department which is great as no 2 days are the same. The work, projects and customers are very varied and Ci are highly rated as a key supplier to its customers. No question is a stupid one, and any new ideas or approaches to succeed are welcomed. It took less than 2 weeks for me to feel integrated with the business and everyone was really welcoming. The company supports local business and charity's and also allows for you to join in with some charity work if this is something you enjoy. The business has been very supportive throughout what has been a tough year with COVID and ensured the welfare of staff by allowing time to socialise with other colleagues throughout weekly fun activities. The CEO and owner of the business are both very well integrated with the daily processes. I see myself having a long career with Centerprise and look forward to being a part of their future success. If you invest into Centerprise they will do their best to invest into you too.

Cons

Some of the processes are a little old school, and could benefit in being updated as could the CRM system which sometimes I find more of a hindrance than anything. Sometimes communication from management comes from other team members and not directly from management but this is improving. More flexible / ability to work from home (Pre Covid) would definitely attract more talent from the industry as lots of competitors and vendors offer this, however this may be a change when things get back to normal.

Advice to Management

Potentially could invest into a larger Pre sales / Technical architect team as some times the smaller (newer) departments get less support or are prioritised less with some opportunities.

The CEO and owner of the business are both very well integrated with the daily processes.

7 December 2020

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7 December 2020

How is management perceived at Centerprise?

Pros

Great people to work with and a very entrepreneurial approach to my department which is great as no 2 days are the same. The work, projects and customers are very varied and Ci are highly rated as a key supplier to its customers. No question is a stupid one, and any new ideas or approaches to succeed are welcomed. It took less than 2 weeks for me to feel integrated with the business and everyone was really welcoming. The company supports local business and charity's and also allows for you to join in with some charity work if this is something you enjoy. The business has been very supportive throughout what has been a tough year with COVID and ensured the welfare of staff by allowing time to socialise with other colleagues throughout weekly fun activities. The CEO and owner of the business are both very well integrated with the daily processes. I see myself having a long career with Centerprise and look forward to being a part of their future success. If you invest into Centerprise they will do their best to invest into you too.

Cons

Some of the processes are a little old school, and could benefit in being updated as could the CRM system which sometimes I find more of a hindrance than anything. Sometimes communication from management comes from other team members and not directly from management but this is improving. More flexible / ability to work from home (Pre Covid) would definitely attract more talent from the industry as lots of competitors and vendors offer this, however this may be a change when things get back to normal.

Advice to Management

Potentially could invest into a larger Pre sales / Technical architect team as some times the smaller (newer) departments get less support or are prioritised less with some opportunities.

Sometimes communication from management comes from other team members and not directly from management but this is improving.

7 December 2020

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21 January 2020

Are employees at Centerprise generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Great support and help On site cafe Free parking

Cons

No real cons to mention

No real cons to mention

21 January 2020

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