Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – March 5, 2013
Pros: stable, knowledge gained, travel
They were always pushing for advancement and further education. Traveling was a pro/con. Depends on if you enjoy traveling? Gained a lot of experience and knowledge while doing multiple jobs while there. Management was always easy to talk with and work for. Coworkers were a joy as you never knew who you'd be working with and what they brought to the – more... table. – less
If your not a programmer, don't work here. You dispensable. They throw "reg" tickets at the most undeserving individuals & make promises but under deliver, keeping individuals as "supplementals" forever.
Technician (Current Employee), toronto ontario – October 12, 2013
i have learned many product that IBM produce, etc System X servers and laptops and many more. i am working with friendly team members who learn and teach each other in many ways, hardest part of job is time fram of due dates and its is manageable with help of team members.
Procurement Professional (Former Employee), Bangalore, KA – October 3, 2013
Pros: freedom of speech
Cons: long hours
IBM was a great company to work with. I learned about different areas of working culture here.Along with the work I got leisure time to do fun activities especially on Fridays. I got to learn process of other departments as well with out any barriers.Overall I enjoyed working with IBM and will always be happy to join back with them.
Cons: all day in front of a computer and in a cubicle
What I learned from my 16 month internship was the most valuable asset, gained a lot of knowledge in multiple languages including web and scripting languages. The management and the environment was lovely, everyone is willing to share there knowledge.
Helpdesk Analyst (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB – September 29, 2013
typical day at work, dealing with client or customers over the phone, reset client account passwords and activation of accounts/ answer emails, create tickets according to the severity if the technical issues . I have learned a lot when it comes to providing solutions to technical issues to the client, most important is giving them a good quality of – more... service, and the assurance that problem or the reason why they phoned will be immediately resolved.
I am truly happy working with my co workers, they have been very supportive and good team player.
I don't find the job hard, you will never notice if love the job and doing it with dedications and determinations.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when you know that client is satisfied and happy about the service you offer to them and has good result. – less
Finance and Planning Officer (Former Employee), Athens, Greece – September 20, 2013
Pros: think globally act locally
Cons: luck of simplification
Achievements • Orchestrated budget process with all of the departments and the senior management concluding in the presentation of a final approved budget. • Managed the accounting and finance department as well as accounting, tax and audit consultants.
Bench Technician (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – September 18, 2013
good experience to work with IBM. It's nice company. I learned so many work like how to assess laptops and desktops, and installation.IBM have excellent management. I has really good team to work with them.