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Discussion in 'Agilent' started by Anonymous, Jan 11, 2008 at 2:08 PM.

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  1. Anonymous

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    I am considering a sales position, but I've heard that Agilent stuff is pure feces from a quality perspective. Any thoughts? I mean, I don't care, don't get my wrong. I'd sell the pope a yalmuke. Just don't want to have that stand in the way of my big bonuses.

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Are you kidding me? Agilent has the best equipment in the industry!
  3. Anonymous

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    Yes. Agilent equipment is quality. But the company sucks as far as their sales rep coverage. There are areas of the country that barely ever see a local rep. They need to beef up the force.
  4. Anonymous

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    Agilent is probably a solid #2 in quality, Waters being the class leader. Shimadzu is cheap junk, PerkinElmer is little better, Varian somewhere in the middle. Dionex is supposed to be decent, but I don't have a frame of reference. Those are the ones I have a knowledge of. I'm sure there's probably others out there, but those are the big ones.
  5. kyla watson

    kyla watson new user

    Jan 30, 2020
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    How are these companies today? Who's better?