Tomax 411?

Merrill Oveson moveson at
Tue Jan 31 19:40:23 MST 2012

Let's do our own glassdoor, on the plug website.
You'd have to be a member to post, but you would post anonymously.
You'd have to be a member to see the posts.
The postings would have an IT favor to them.  Sometimes, a place might be
great to work for everyone else but the IT guy, or the programmers.
I, for one, would have appreciated knowing before hand what a place
was "really" like.
I could definitely provide some posts about places I've worked and
places to avoid!
I even volunteer to design the survey and the database.  I code in LAMP.
Anyone interested?

On Tue, Jan 31, 2012 at 6:20 PM, Henry Paul <henry at> wrote:
> On 01/31/2012 01:48 AM, S. Dale Morrey wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I've been in contact with a recruiter who landed me an interview at
>> Tomax in SLC on Wednesday.
>> I was just curious if anyone has worked there or worked with them or
>> their products in the past.
>> If so a little heads up on the working environment would be great.
>> Also I notice on their site they say that they work on many open
>> source products, I never heard of them before and I don't see any hits
>> on sourceforge, any idea what they've been involved in?
>> Thanks in advance!
> I had a friend that tried to get me on there with him a few years back.
> It ended up not being a good fit for me at the time so I didn't pursue
> the opportunity. They sound like an interesting place to work and my
> friend was happy there at the time. I haven't heard from him in a couple
> years so I can't comment on current conditions. He did say that the
> stress level can be rather high as all of the their clients are rather
> large and write large checks. So small problems and outages can be a
> really big deal.
> They do outsourcing of back-end processing for retail stores and
> application hosting. Safeway comes to mind, I remember reading an
> article on their association with Tomax a number of years ago. So their
> cash registers link up to Tomax for back-end processing and storage of
> transactions, I think they do inventory forecasting as part of that.
> Hopefully that gives you a little more to go on. I should see if I can
> get in touch with my friend again and see if he still works there.
> --Henry
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