Presstek Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Presstek (Presstek, Inc.) manufactures and markets digital offset printing products. Headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States, Presstek sells offset presses, computer-to-plate systems, and chemistry-free printing plates, as well as prepress consumables. In 2004, Presstek purchased the financially troubled A.B. Dick Company. On March 5, 2010, Presstek sold off its Lasertel, Inc. holdings. On March 26, 2018, Mark Andy, Inc. acquires Presstek, LLC.

An anonymous user former Presstek employee recounts his experience working for the company on the "Indeed" website on November 9, 2017:

"Don't try to work here they just laid off 80 employees including myself they have no advancement and will probably go under as a company within the next year."

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Customer Support Engineer (Former Employee) says

"The hardest part of the job was extensive travel. I gained technical experience while on the job. The products were innovative for the printing industry.The company is based in the New England area. I enjoyed visiting there.Heavy Travel"

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Don't try to work here they just laid off 80 employees including myself they have no advancement and will probably go under as a company with in the next year"

Office Manager, Assistant Sales Manager (Former Employee) says

"I found Presstek to be incredibly stressful because the risk of getting laid off was constantly on the table. It is a struggling company with no room for advancement.Good Benefits.Likelihood of Lay Off"

Inside sales (Current Employee) says

"Enjoyable company to work for with a great management team and co-workers. Very competitive field. The company sold a portion of the business which resulted in a layoff."

Office Manager, Assistant Sales Manager (Former Employee) says

"The work was easy, however, there was never enough to do. The job was very poorly outlined and it was never clear as to what the position actually was. The management was good, but the education of the management was mid-level at best. The culture of the office was friendly and the company was very nice. The benefits were exceptional. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep busy. The nicest part of the job was the work environment and the co-workers.Excellent benefits and friendly environment.Not nearly enough work."

Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) says

"top heavy management team very disorganized management team unable to set work priorities no yearly reviews no commission program no raises hostile work environment"

Account Executive (Former Employee) says

"Offset presses were all going to digital and the old days of having press shops in every neighborhood were long gone. Good company, but everyone knew it's days were numbered when I came on board.Great peopleDying industry"

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"I started working at Presstek in 2010, when it was located in South Hadley, MA. I enjoyed my job very much until recently when our South Hadley plant closed and was moved to Enfield, CT."

Chemical Technician (Former Employee) says

"A decent Company to work at. Can't say much, since the Company is currently in the process of rather radical restructuring. New equipment, new products, new people."

Field Service Director / District Manager (Current Employee) says

"Fast paced. I make big decisions every day. I have a lot of responsibility across the US and Canada. I currently have 26 employees under my supervision. I also work with a host of dealers and various sales channels. I also do a great deal of technical sales work.Enjoy being responsible.Low level of growth."

Guillotine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Good place to start and get more skills, Ot available if they need you some saturday needed , enviroment change a lot after management move the company to enfield"

Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) says

"Most of the people I came in contact with were pleasant and nice. Good team environment within the department and while working with other departments. Good benefits that matched expectations."

Senior Cost Analyst/ Inventory Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"The company was a fun place to work. I spent a lot of time working with manufacturing and Inventorr control resolving issues.understanding the manufacturing process betterdown sizing"