Application Architect / Technical Lead (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – September 17, 2014
IBM is a huge company in terms of client pool and resources. Lot of opportunities to grow in career, but multiple layers of management make the every process too slow. Not much transparency in the progression cycle and salary hikes. Technically, IBM is one the best company and Client I have worked with. They have best in the business resources and tools.
Senior Consultant (Former Employee), Warden Lab – September 9, 2014
Not much good to say about the company. They have way too many managers for the numbers people actually doing billable work. This has led to lower profits. Their solution is to layoff off workers and keeps the managers; most of whom are clueless about the operations. No positive social atmosphere at all. Everybody seems to be unhappy with management for good reason.
Service Delivery Manager / Project Manager (Former Employee), Markham, ON – August 15, 2014
Pros: can usually work from home
Cons: most eveyrthing else
IBM tries to brainwash employees into their mode of operation and management. Employees are afraid of losing their jobs if anything goes wrong or you are senior and will be replaced with global resources making a fraction of the salary. IBM does not care about their employees except for those who 'walk on water'.
Advisory I/T Specialist (Former Employee), Venezuela – August 12, 2014
• Development of editable ALVs and implementation of Batch-inputs for make possible records collection through the following functionality: first the data is captured by the ALV editable and are then validated and saved after to the batch-input transaction F-28 the compensation is done, by implementing other ALV with help search and other batch-input to simulate the transaction FB01 and make countable register. • Development of the reporting and recording returned checks by Smart Form. • Making the DSD and SD reports to check the status of deliveries and availability of transport.