BI Consultant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 October 2017
A great place to work, great people and challenging opportunities. Projects are typically from 6 months to a year, with lots of opportunities to travel, and learning in formal training and on the project.
It might not be overall, but it felt like whoever was close with the team leads or managers were the ones getting noticed. the positive thing is it taught me to never be content and to learn to sell myself better.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 October 2017
I worked on projects like RSA Ireland and Hilton. Both projects have provided me with great learning experience. Projects involved lot of team work which in turn provides the right platform to enhance your skills.
Accenture in overall is a really great company. They have helped me to build my career and management are too good. I`m also able to enjoy my work-life balance and the company have so much initiative for its employees. It`s really fun to work there.
Software Engineering Senior Analyst (Current Employee) – National Capital Region – 3 October 2017
Started out as a baby developer in this company and I will be forever grateful to the training and opportunities I was granted. However, work hours are long and the volume of tasks can be overwhelming at times.
TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING ASSOCIATE MANAGER (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 September 2017
- fast paced environment - constantly learning - exposure to multiple industries and sectors - due to exposure can develop relationship across all management levels - lots of training available (can be hard to always get on due to project deadlines)
Lots of training availability, exposure to multiple industries and sectors
Always changing roles can wear you down after a while
Interesting work, competitive pay, selfish management, fun culture
Management Consulting Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 August 2017
The work was fairly interesting; though a little more granular than I would expect from a management consulting role. Analyzing specific processes and mapping current and future state. Further, the work life balance varies based on life cycle of the project. The culture is fun and the people are enjoyable to work with for the most part - though upper management tends to push their own agenda rather than your career development as an analyst.