Technology Program Manager (Former Employee) – North Ryde NSW – 23 April 2017
the time i was there the team grew from 5 to 75, and with such aggressive growth it had it fantastic times and challenges. we were outcome based, and built up a capable SCRUM lifestyle practice for all the team to follow
Group Cost Centre Accountant (Current Employee) – Bryanston, Gauteng – 19 April 2017
The hardest part of the job is long hours The most enjoyable part of the job is working with figures and SAP Expecting the best from employees can easily become a stressor if doesn’t allow for good work-life balance.
Work-Life Balance, Fun, Fast pace and constant change
Network Engineer II (Current Employee) – Riyadh, SA – 16 April 2017
Great company to work for in regards to people, company incentives, and opportunities to learn so much. My resume was easily enhanced from all the opportunities available to take advantage of. We were challenged constantly to be innovative and present efficient ways to improve on our services. I enjoyed the constant challenge.
Very nice environment to work with. Supportive management. Good Project's Opportunity to learn & grow. Work environment is super friendly Please have a look on all level of employee irrespective of role and salary & please take care of employees they do definitely take care of your clients
Team Manager (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 9 April 2017
Dimension Data definitely had a great culture , one that made you want to come to work and that made you feel like you are part of a bigger picture. They definitely have the right attitude for work at this call centre
Analyst (Current Employee) – Bangalore, Karnataka – 8 April 2017
Salary is less compare to work,less transparency within management due to that lower level employ suffer a lot during work,fun activity is so so not so good.HR section is horrible they do not respond even if u die.
A lovely company to work for. A typical day various depending on what one was doing. AS the Accounts Payable Manager, I would spend 30% of the day in Meetings with superiors, same line line managers(Colleagues) or with my my team. 50% executing my deliverables and 20% managing and guiding the team. My role changed when I moved to Financial Accountant position, that is when I wanted to be closer to the Business Unit and understand the business from the financial Management perspective. The role is 90% operational and 105 attending meetings.
DD ha s a very strict and yet flexible management style, Managers want the job done and deadlines met. The workplace culture is that you need to run you division as your own company but obviously consult yours superiors on important matters that has financial implications to the bigger picture. I learned a lot both as the Accounts Payable Manager and as the Financial Accountant.
Long hours on moth end, but understandably that is the nature of the reporting
working at this company i would say its one on the best i have worked for, they let you grow, make mistakes , learn from your mistakes, have fun, training and work at you own pace, they just give you a deadline how you get to, you manage that, time management, you never go to work feeling heavy, you actually look forward to going to work.
Inside Account Manager (Current Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – 21 March 2017
As an inside sales rep, you support outside reps you take you for granted. Management didn't care cause the reps were hitting the numbers. Nexus was a good place to work, went down hill when bought by DD.
Resolving new Networking challenges in day to day life at client end
Network Engineer (Current Employee) – Chandigarh – 14 March 2017
• Implementation, Maintenance & Troubleshooting of WAN & LAN network for client i.e. Andhra Bank. • Interacting with clients, understanding their needs & providing technical support to clients for all tickets raised, by remotely troubleshooting their network or by visiting at client end. • Configuring & maintaining the AAA (Authentication, Authorization and Accounting). • Commissioning and Maintenance of Leased line, ISDN & V-sat. • Maintains coordination with all teams at Data center, Field engineer & Client end to resolve all network related issues
Senior Systems / Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Johannesburg North, Gauteng – 12 March 2017
We worked normal 8 hours a day. though most of the time we worked over time due to unexpected results and SLA's. I learnt a lot on the importance of team work, company culture and policies, the importance of customer support and understanding the modules of each client and adapting to it. The hardest part was to be thrown in the deep end and taking charge of a new product or system which give me more joy and taking full responsibility of it. The most enjoyable part was the archievements we made and reaching our SLA's was awesome
We worked under pressure so lunch to us come once in a while by choice
Long our are ours our cup of time. Am always target focused with perfection
Dimension data is good place to learn network technologies, colleagues and seniors are highly technical and will help each other without any hesitations. The hardest part of job is rotational shift which is still can be managed.