Tritech Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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TriTech Software Systems, formerly known as American Tritech, is a public safety software company based in San Diego, California, with offices in San Ramon, California; Hillsboro, Oregon; Decorah, Iowa; Castle Hayne, North Carolina; Melville, New York; Marlborough, Massachusetts; and Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


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Former Employee - AV Tech says

"Horrible pay. For a communications company there was no communication. No one in the office will take care of the techs."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Company sucks racism exists in this company IT dept , union is out of touch with employees"

Former Employee - Technician says

"Stagnant salaries and poor upper management"

Former Employee - Estimator says

"Management issues with directives"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Haven't found them yet"


"limited growth opportunities. unrecognized talent and contributions"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Although some friendly departments there was a lot of inappropriate behavior that the management although contacted about it would not address."

Rack Fabrication Technician (Former Employee) says

"They promote people based on who they are related to in the company. If you're not a family member, a woman or a minority, there is no advancement for you here."

PMO Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"Executive leadership is poor. there is no upward mobility is this firm. Every project handed to me where already late for deliverables. From project kickoff to resource scheduling, to final commissioning, this company fails on every level. I would not recommend working herenoneprojects consist of Fortune 500 companies"

Field Technician (Former Employee) says

"New Management is not good. The company doesn't have a lot of work and are forcing people to work out of their boundaries for IT, when working A/V. Don't work here. Benefits are horribleNoneManagement"

Business Development Manager (Former Employee) says

"Tritech is a successful audio/visual integrator. However, the cabling division is managed by inept and short sighted executives. Cabling estimation is done by the NY office and is understaffed and not trained. There is no RCDD and take-off's for cabling estimates are very poorly performed. Proposals from NY are never on time to meet due dates.NonePoor executive leadership under the Chairman"

AV Design Engineer (Former Employee) says

"When you take a job, and when someone hires you both parties have made a pact to make a reasonable effort to support and work together for the benefit of both. A responsibility for seniors to give guidance and encourage new employees. Treat other how you want to be treated.Good JobManagement organization"

Sr. Field Technician (Former Employee) says

"no job is ever good enough for the owner. he has trouble communicating effectively and does a lot of the work himself rather than leavibg the hours to his employees.nonemanagement"

Field Technician (Former Employee) says

"Tritech gave me a bitter sweet experience , when it came to technology, i like the very few individuals that were willing to broaden your knowledge, but its a poor atmosphere for advancement because of its poor leadership. I would not recommend this company."

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"A company with the potential to be hugely successful is sadly hindered by extremely poor management and leadership with a lack of communication and coordination between the three divisions. No room for advancement.Friendly staffNo room for advancement"

Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I barely lasted 6 weeks in my position because my boss had no patience for me. She made me work the entire last day and had her assistant term me at 4:30pm. Not much character if you ask me. Avoid at all costs!"

Account Executive (Former Employee) says

"Work Life Balance was average Learned new skills / adapted to new market, clients and activities People worked hard and were as professional as they could be Compensation was average to above average The hardest part of the job was internal competition for sales compensation. Local Executive team preferred to partner & take rather than partner and succeed and grow field sales It was enjoyable to develop sales strategies and tactics in a slightly different market than I experienced in past Lots of potential and a solid successful business built by Corp Exec's, could use better teaming and understanding of field team building to grow company faster and with a more solid foundationMentioned in ReviewMentioned in Review"

Fabrication Technician (Former Employee) says

"It is an ok place to work, although with no yearly increases and limited promotion opportunity it is hardly nothing more than a stepping stone in your career.BusyNo yearly increases"

Business Manager/Bookkeeper (Former Employee) says

"Prior to the acquisition the company was a small 10 person operation. It was an enjoyable organized work environment that I looked forward to going to everyday. I enjoyed working closely with everyone especially the owners of the company. After the acquisition of a larger company we had to convert our accounting system from Quickbooks to a customized program called Timberline. I learned how to use Timberline as well as different AIA billing functions."