The end is near
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Craig was a dinosaur who held up lots of deals due to his lack uf understanding of the move to the subscription model. I am surprised he lasted so long, but I guess that was to to get the channel changes trough and implemented.
He also made us join his call even if we were in another time zone (think Asia) or on holiday.
Smiley face, knife in your back kinda guy. Happy to see him go
Now CS departure makes sense. He knew of the disappointing financial outlook for the company going forward and did the smart thing and jumped ship. Good for him.
Just because an employee has been at Citrix a long-long-long time doesn’t mean their loyal, and certainly doesn’t make them immune to the transformation that’s taking place. Quite frankly, the company needs new leadership - new ideas - new ways of doing things. I think this is a great opportunity to move someone new into this role and transform.
He was the featured speaker at their conference in Las Vegas last week.
Craig is looking forward and moving on
well, you are either a business enabler or a business blocker :)
May in his case he became the later.
But more realistically Mark Ferrer has a friend that wants Mr Stilwels job.
What does this say about the health of the company when the long term faithful employees are fleeing the sinking ship. The company is definitely run by a ship of fools .
Already named at carbonite !!!