Engineer (Former Employee) – Oceanport, NJ – January 18, 2015
Work/life balance is very good. You usually only bring home what you want to - if at all.
Compensation needs serious work and raises need to be completely overhauled. Within a couple of years, you'll find yourself at the low end of the pay scale while being a senior in the environment. The other benefits aren't bad at all but there are better out there.
There are some really bad managers in place who only promote people that will not outshine them - which wouldn't be hard to do. So you have a management tree of below average individuals. Some departments need a complete overhaul. The Dilbert principal is in full effect here.
The job culture isn't that bad - at least on the technical side. Your mileage may vary.
Customer Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Sydney, Australia – November 16, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Not all about the numbers but how you personally grow and develop. The most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.
Developer (Former Employee) – India – December 15, 2015
I had a good chance to learn the subject in this company. I mostly worked back-end Java. I worked on Hibernate, JPA, SOAP and RESTful Webservices. I also worked in front-end frameworks like HTML, CSS, JSP
Customer Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Tinton Falls, NJ – January 18, 2015
• First point of contact for customers • Confirm the client is under contract, incident details and contact information • Review ticket history for immediate resolutions to incident • Dispatch and coordinate incidents to correct focus group
REALLY enjoyed the people I worked the Front line with. And my team leader is a great boss!!
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – July 9, 2014
CommVault is a 4-year market leader according to Gartner and other research consultancies. The company enforces a high level of fiscal responsibility and ethics. The most enjoyable part of the job is the flexibility the company provides, allowing you to "run your own territory".