Vergleich: Sprinklr vs Khoros BETA

Erfahren Sie, wie Khoros bei Mitarbeiterbewertungen, Stellenangeboten, Befürwortung der Geschäftsführung, Unternehmensperspektive und vielem mehr im Vergleich zu Sprinklr dasteht.


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Sprinklr CEO Ragy Thomas
77%Ragy Thomas
Khoros CEO Jack Blaha
82%Jack Blaha
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Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Anonymer Mitarbeiter

Ich habe bei Sprinklr gearbeitet (Vollzeit)


If you had asked me a few years ago - I could have listed a bucket load. Today - its the people that are still there trying to make sure that the company sticks to its core values. The values of... the majority of people in the company are spot on and you will make friends for life.


I have read a lot on here about specific people, and therefore i will keep this general. 1. You will work hard (harder than you ever have done in your life) 2. You wont have a career plan and... will never break into management 3. You will feel like a very small cog - even though to your clients - you are the most important person working with them. 4. You will feel tired all the time as you cant change anything

Rat an das Management

1. Stop changing the direction of the product. Keep it simple, keep in un-complicated, keep it stable and look at what all customers want, not what some customers demand. 2. Clear out the... management in every region - it is toxic. The problem with management is not that they are horrid or don't mean well. They simply do not know the product anymore. Some are micro-managers, some have no idea about the product, some used to know but now have been left behind. There is a wave of amazing people who support the management teams and they are left frustrated as unless you are 'friends' with someone in the higher management, you will never progress. 3. Stop telling everyone that everything is going well. Everyone at the company knows that the company is not meeting its goals. Why then do we continue to celebrate every chance we get? Why not knuckle down and do what we do best - Fix things. It makes management look even more deluded when people hear that things are going well when we all know they are not 4. Give the entire product team in India a break and show them so much more respect. I have had the pleasure of working with developers, QA's, Product owners and support teams. They are by far the single best assets Sprinklr has and they are not shown the respect they deserve (read other reviews about offices in India for more context). Instead of hiring new leaders for regions, new managers for people and new executives, why not cut the fat that is at Sprinklr and invest it to double the size of our product team and give them the best working conditions possible? 5. Listen to people, not just the ones who say things are great. Sprinklr was always great at listening 2-3 years ago. Now - it falls on deaf ears which is so sad to see.

Akt. Mitarbeiter - RVP Sales

Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei Khoros (Vollzeit)


Most innovative technology in the space. This industry is consolidating rapidly, and we are a consolidator. We have unstoppable momentum. It's true that many legacy workers did not have an... appetite for fast-moving global domination through M&A. Current employees appreciate their past contributions, but we're ready to forge ahead. The new class of hires are true professionals ready to dominate. There are whispers of excitement in the Khoros hallways and confident "smirks" from new leadership and product. The competition should use every last breath they currently have to bad-speak Khoros. That window is closing.


The challenge of the merger was real, but we've turned that corner.

Rat an das Management

Forge ahead unapologetically. The vision is spot on.