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Great place with a lot to offer, co workers are very friendly also
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Eden Valley, MNMarch 12, 2014
Answering phone calls, sending emails and chat with customers. I learned how to resolve issues and calm down customers. Managers were very kind and understanding. Coworkers were very fun to work with and help out with any questions. Hardest part of the job was handling irate callers. The best part of the job was going above and beyond customers expectations – more... and hearing there gratitude. – less
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Great industry that practices what they preach.
National Project Administrator, Team Leader (Former Employee), San Ramon, CAJanuary 28, 2014
The work was fun, challenging, and team-building. Recognition was abundant and fulfilling and created an environment of want to succeed / do a great job.
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Fun place to work
Product Director (Current Employee), Edina, MNSeptember 15, 2013
Pros: great summer dress code and parties
Cons: benefits and advancement opportunities
Great place to work, flexible schedule and fun events.

You get to work with customers in many different industries.
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Good company with marginal benifits
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNSeptember 6, 2013
Pros: good employer employee relationship
Cons: bit of a sweat shop
Very customer focused and fast paced. Very data driven. Most difficult part of job was on-ramping - lack of documentation and direction.
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No work life balance. Out of touch technology managers with outdated knowledge
Developer (Current Employee), Minneapolis, mnMay 30, 2013
Authoritative and weird way of managers especially in this group called TSG.They expect robots not people which is ironic since the company is all about "people" and their "motivation". Well, duh, charity begins at home!!
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Fun, egergetic, fast-paced office.
Travel Service Representative (Former Employee), Edina, MNFebruary 3, 2013
If you like the travel industry, you will love BI! They provide fun activities for employees including company volleyball tournaments, food truck service, and live entertainment. This is a very fast-paced office, yet it is not a stressful environment at all.
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Creative, agile and energetic company
DESIGN DIRECTOR - STRATEGIC ACCOUNT (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNAugust 1, 2012
Pros: the people (employees of bi), the customers (every one had their own unique situation), identifying and solving the customers' challenges, creating programs that produced measurable results for our customers, collaboration and brainstorming
Cons: a lot of meetings, the economy (not a bi issue) that really impacted our business in 2008-2010, internal technology limitations
Day at work: meetings, brainstorming, designing / developing / authoring performance improvement solutions for our Fortune 1000 customers, etc.
What I learned: the secrets of employee and sales channel engagement ... what grabs your audience's attention? what moves the middle? How to develop performance improvement initiatives that integrate awareness, – more... training/tools, measurement and recognition/reward to drive measurable results.
Co-Workers; great people, generous people, positive people and creative people.
Hardest Part of the Job: Building the partnerships with and confidence of our customers ... behavior change is not a project or program, it is a process of changing a culture. It takes time and some companies (in the recent economy) have not had the luxury of time to follow a plan of transformation.
Most enjoyable Part: the brainstorming, the internal partnership with your co-workers, the people - great people! Driving transformation, recognition and reward and measurable results for our customers! – less