The blame is always on the employees. It's the sales fault,,,, it's the marketing fault,,,, leadership itself is never wrong, although the current situation is a direct consequence of their specific decisions. In addition, they seem to have always been more committed to finding the culprit than they are to solving problems that have been piling up for a long time.
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@1vto+1geTeWEx Mass customer exodus in the next few years. What happens when company's sole purpose is focusing on cuts and no R&D for a true product. Good job to past and present shareholders of SGAS for starting this death vortex. The investors are all enjoying their money made off the backs of those at SG and we'll continue to take on more work so they can have an awesome life. MR's mention of shareholders supporting the business with cash infusion but fails to mention at what interest rate...
@1kro+1geTeWEx While they kept pointing the finger to COVID... During Covid LT should have applied for the various PPP loans...
Existing customers waking up, shopping around, and saying WTF SUNGARD? Nah, that can't be it. Potential new customers doing 2 minutes of research on the net and NOPE'ing out real quick? Nah... not happening. It's all COVID of course.
You forgot Dr. Phil mentioning COVID 40+ times. If it were a drinking game, we would have all been incoherent by the 20 minute mark. If the pandemic hit us all so hard, why are other datacenters booming while we sink into the tar pit?
Two of the people most heavily involved in that finding the culprit BS... are the biggest culprits and nothing will ever change as long as they are still there. I guess it doesn't matter much now though. Not sure anything could save the company at this point.
Get back to work! We need to run this AS/400 DR test! Now!