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Productive and fun workplace
IT Specialist (Current Employee), Hortolândia, SPJuly 28, 2014
IBM is a great place to work, it is a typical day at work is completely free, no journey is measure, you may delivery everything on due date.

What do I learn ?
I do learn as many IBM tools which I can mainly apply inside the company and outdoor.

Co-workers
Foreign relationship is simply amazing, they are polite and very focus on their job. A pleasure – more... to work remotely with them.

Hardest part of the job
I do must to delivery task on target, so sometimes overtime and overnight is required

Enjoyable part of the job
Flexibility. I can work anywhere, anytime. I can adjust my day with my personal appointments. – less
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Productive and good benefits
Payroll Practitioner (Current Employee), Philcoa, PhilippinesJuly 28, 2014
Pros: health card benefits
Cons: no ot pay
Inputs the day to day request from the payroll requester
I learned the US rules in payroll.
The management are great.
My co workers are fun and friendly.
The hardest part of the job is the year end process it consume long hours of work.
everyday is enjoyable.. the atmosphere is very light though we are in a night shift work.
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A very organized company with innovative work culture
CODA SME, PL/SQL Developer (Former Employee), IndiaJuly 22, 2014
Pros: flexibility
I learned a lot and I really enjoy every challenge I have the opportunity to face, the management is short and every manager work in a different way.
The atmosphere there is professional and you can see the Team spirit all the time.
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A Company to settle in
Package Solution Consultant - OBIEE (Former Employee), Kolkata, WBJuly 22, 2014
If you want to settle in one place this is the place to be. This is a huge company and you will be invisible.
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Company with full of opportunities to build a career in IT.
Database Architect/Lead DBA (Current Employee), SanFrancisco CAJuly 21, 2014
Is a company with full of opportunities to build a career in any field of IT with good work life balance.
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Certified Server/Storage, Virtualization Sales
Certified Server/Storage, Virtualization Sales (Former Employee), Markham, ONJuly 18, 2014
Pros: ibm is a great place to work
Cons: long hours
•Efficiently managed Prairies strategic IBM Large Enterprise, Mid-Market, Ontario Public / Education, Healthcare sectors in Canada and US.
Successfully managed Canadian Corporate Large enterprise accounts – Potash, Cameco, City of Saskatoon, Federated Cooperative, Manitoba Public Insurance, Standard Aero, James Richardson International, Portage Mutual – more... Insurance, etc.

In the past responsible for managing key accounts such as Great West Life, Cooperators, Fidelity Investments, Putnam Investments, State Street, Sun Life, Co-operators, Mass Mutual Insurance, etc. Other large strategic accounts include managing over $30M in blade / server revenue at University of Ottawa, Durham College/UOIT, St Michael’s Hsp, Sudbury General Hospital, Raytheon Inc, Lockheed Martin Corp, Staples, L.L. Bean, Verizon, Kraft, Harvard University, MIT and AT&T, Manitoba Public Insurance, Sask Power , Sask Energy, Viterra, AutoTrader, etc .

Proactively working with FTSS, ISV’s like Eclipsys, Cerena, Meditech, reseller channel, software teams to identify and progress opportunities in net new accounts and convert them into IBM accounts.

Negotiated multiple accounts to purchase VMWare from IBM (rather than directly from VMWare) resulting in 200k USD incremental revenue. Collaborated with cross-brand teams, in turn this resulted in $800k USD of incremental revenue. – less
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Great work experience
Technical Support Analyst (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJuly 15, 2014
A lot to be learned
Limited scope for upward mobility
As a contractor, salary never increases
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Great company
Senior Tax Advisor (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJuly 15, 2014
Great company to work for in the interim since this was a contact job.
No repercussions in the job and good manager
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Great people, but few benefits and no chance for advancement
Technical Services (TS) Agent (Current Employee), Saint John, NBJuly 9, 2014
Great people, but few benefits and no chance for advancement
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Great Company to work.
SAP Technical Analyst (Current Employee), Calgary, ABJuly 5, 2014
Good company to work for. Very good work culture. Quality of projects is very good. You get a lot to learn.
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Productive and professional place to work
Senior Business Analyst - (TEM) (Former Employee), Montréal, QCJuly 3, 2014
Pros: exellent work/life balance
Cons: long hours
Great place for professionals who enjoy working with minimal supervision. Great management.
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Low pay and lots of work
Help Desk Analyst (Current Employee), Markham, ONJune 29, 2014
Pros: cafeteria if you work the day shift and parking, it you live in the east end the commute would be good, work experience
Cons: low pay. no prospects.
A job acquired through third party companies. Survival job for me. Workload is heavy and the pay is low as a contractor. No room for advancement and no pay raise for anyone no matter what you do. Good for experience if you are just starting out other than that no real reason to take this job unless your skills are lacking or there is nothing available – more... out there. – less
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Technical support
Technical support (Former Employee), MontrealJune 26, 2014
• Fix computer problems (computers and applications).
• Assist customers with software problems and network.
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Excellent
Team Lead (Former Employee), Pune, MHJune 26, 2014
It was a good work experience. have gained great technical exposure.
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Great working environment
Advanced Support Analyst (Former Employee), Markham, ONJune 25, 2014
Always busy, always learning, management was fair, good coworkers, when multiple problems occur, but eventually get resolved, when problems get resolved
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Low risk / low reward
Client Executive (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCJune 25, 2014
IBM Canada is a great organization. The problem is upper management hasn't been refreshed in decades so the old boys club just churns over the same ideas.

I have great colleagues and clients but am frustrated by the bureaucracy that I need to wade through to accomplish simple tasks.

As a sales rep, the culture is low risk (of getting fired or challenged) – more... / low reward (incentive plan is weak, limited promotion opportunities outside GTA). – less
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A great place to work
Asset Coordinator (Current Employee), Markham, ONJune 22, 2014
Pros: you can work as late as you want
Cons: but you can not live there
The best thing about this job is that you can work independently and you are 100% accountable for your performance.
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Nice Work Environment
Software Developer- Security Intelligence (Current Employee), FrederictonJune 20, 2014
Nice Work Environment, friendly Colleague Flexible work hour.
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Average company to work for
System Storage Client Technical Sales Support (Former Employee), Toronto, ONJune 18, 2014
Pros: exposure to leading edge technology
Cons: difficult to maintain any work/life balance and poor recognition programs
Over the years, IBM has improved it's yearly results by slashing benefits and compensation rather than invest in it's workforce. The latest example is when they reduced their already thin sales force due to poor sales results in a growing market. Our competitors, on the other hand, owe their success to better sales coverage and a higher ratio of customer – more... to customer facing employees. – less
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Great working environment
Quality Assurance Engineer Lead (Former Employee), Taipei, TaiwanJune 14, 2014
Pros: supportive team members, great communication, clear instruction and job details, great on board training
Cons: long hours
The projects were well managed. Great communication and there was a lot of information and new technologies that can be learned from the resource pool. Co-workers were supportive. Felt like a team!

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