Vizioncore Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Quest Software, also known as Quest, is a privately held software company headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California, United States with 53 offices in 24 countries. The company was founded in 1987. The company is known for Toad, a product used by database professionals, in addition to other offerings for Microsoft Azure cloud management, software as a service, security, workforce mobility, data-driven insight, and backup and recovery. Quest Software was acquired by Dell in 2012, for $2.36 billion, to form Dell Software. In June 2016, Dell announced the sale of their software division, which included the Quest, SonicWall, and One Identity businesses, to Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation. On October 31, 2016, the sale was finalized. On November 1, 2016, the sale of Dell Software to Francisco Partners and Elliott Management Corporation was completed, and the company re-launched as Quest Software. On June 1, 2017, One Identity was announced as an independent brand, but still remains part of the Quest family of businesses. One Identity tools consist of identity governance, access management, and privilege management. In 2018, Quest announced the acquisition of Metalogix, offering SharePoint, OneDrive for Business and Office 365 migration and management tools.
An employee shared this in an interview, "I was fired after i was dealing with almost loosing my child, and they were aware of the situation. Amd lied on my termination documents and said i resigned which i didnt."
Systems Engineer says"I have been working at Vizioncore Cons: If you're a hard worker, you will be leaned on extensively, it's a prime company for burn out at this point."
says"I worked at Vizioncore Cons: As a Quest Software subsidiary, Vizioncore is trying to find its way among the other virtualization vendors (Veeam) and enterprise companies such as IBM, EMC and Hewlett-Packard. At all management levels inside Quest and Vizioncore, you don’t know who really runs the show and sets the pace – too many chiefs and not enough Indians. This creates for a volatile environment where employees are unmotivated and wondering about the company’s potential and direction."