Agile Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 December 2016
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting the two bonuses I received during my four months there; the least being the constant verbal lashings and lack of praise I received from my area vice president over things as trivial as post-its.
Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto – 13 October 2017
Since the new management took over after the bankruptcy last year, the company failed to develop anything and continues to lose customers at an alarming rate. Corporate culture is toxic and because there is a high turn over, don't expect to meet a subject matter expert on anything. There is no HR and no formal training so avoid this company at all costs.
Productive hard working team, but they know how to cut the work tension to have an enjoyable work experience.
Intern- Product Development (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 February 2016
great office with friendly staff, typical work day would be get the office at 830 coffee and start the day with your existing projects. Though out the day confirm with supervisor that your project is on the right track(asking questions , getting them to review your work etc.) or you sit own with your supervisor and go over the next project to be completed. If during the day you are feeling a little overly stressed you take some time to relax and play ping pong.All my co-workers were great people , even those all across the world, the concept of global team is a great way to describe it. This is one of the most interesting parts; Skype meetings with people all across the world. They have monthly activity to do as a company ie) beach day, ping pong tournament etc..
Overall great work environment , and even as an intern i felt like a part of the team.
Co-workers, free lunches after meetings with clients, often have contests to win tickets to sporting events, the Friday before a long weekend is a shorter day.
hard to manage when to have meetings with people in all different time zones, employees are constantly travelling
employee (Former Employee) – aa – 13 November 2015
Worst company in my career. Employees are just numbers in their accounting books. The minute they don't need you, you'll be let go. Just check out their public restructuring release from Oct 15, 2015. Anything for a profit. This company cares about profits and its shareholders but doesn't seem to give much thought to its employees and contractors. In my opinion, this is not a good place to work. No job security whatsoever. The management expectations are often unreasonable. I think this is not a well managed company. The CEO's sudden resignation also doesn't bring much confidence in the company. I discourage anyone who is considering working for this company. Unless you are absolutely desperate to have a job.
no job security, unreasonable expectations, poor management
Always a fun place to come into, your co-workers are like friends and family.
Plenty of work to get done and plenty of new opportunities to pursue. You are constantly growing in knowledge, there is no shortage of opportunities and advancement. Management is accessible, provide clear direction and are supportive.
Senior QA Analyst/ QA Lead (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 April 2015
Great company to work in advanced Mobile App technology, great people, great work atmosphere! Corporate culture is feeling of being part of the team. Expectations and goals are high, concurrent projects, global meetings, but with team efforts and support goals achieved. .