Congratulations or Condolences on a Great Quarter!
A guest Probeatorial by
By CEO Robert S. Tallmadge
In keeping with our recent settlement with the SEC and our internal auditors
rules regarding selective disclosure of information under Regulation FD of
the SEC, I've been asked to "keep it vague" in our traditional end of
quarter email to the team that highlights individuals and sales regions that
have excelled during the past quarter, but I don't think a little "kudos" to
the sales animals is going to get any of us in hot water!
I'd like to start by saying either congratulations or condolences on the
quarter to our midwest sales team, who either posted their best quarter ever
or missed their number spectacularly! I'd say the management continues to
expect either great things or immediate layoffs in the near future from this
team, so watch this space for an update.
Special recognition to someone somewhere who went above and beyond the call
of duty in some way that is material to the business and can't be disclosed!
Teams that deserve special note include our Atlanta team and our LA teams,
who, despite having either a massive quota to reach or a fat pipeline that
an idiot could have closed, managed to either blow out the number or fall
miserably short of the revenue number needed to save our collective butts!
Make sure you all personally recognize these guys at the upcoming
President's Club event which will be held or cancelled based on how the
numbers for Q3 come out!
I look forward to seeing you all once again do something noteworthy in Q3.
I am confident that we have a number of significant deals we can't talk
about on the table and that many factors outlined in the Safe Harbor Act of
1934 will come to bear on the unpredictable nature of our continued
employment! I hope you are all as pumped up or scared shitless as the
management team is!
(Transcribed by Ross Brown)