ONLINE MARKETING COORDINATOR (Former Employee), Redwood City, CA – February 13, 2014
This was my first job out of college, and it was a great experience to understand what it was like to be in a multi-billion dollar tech corporation. The people there are intelligent, driven and are constantly learning how to collaborate more amongst teams.
IT Asset Coordinator (Current Employee), Bangalore, Karnataks – May 30, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: travel, mobile bill
Manage hardware asset database by recording information like brand, make, model, type, and serial number asset tag number, Warranty Start date & warranty expiry date. 2. Performing daily Activities like allocation of systems for new hire, collection of assets from resigned user and Tech refresh. 3. Coordinating with vendor for the delivery of new assets – more... and Spares. 4. Performing DOA check for new assets Received. i have learned a lot ex. Team Support. not difference between Full Time Employee, Contractors and Vendor supportive guy bulk deployment – less
UNIX R&D System Manager (Former Employee), White Waltham – May 2, 2013
Pros: see the review
Cons: turf wars - but i think they are working on it
I have given Informatica a high overall rating, based mostly on four things that aren't covered in the ratings: Executive management, product, customer satisfaction and engineers.
The engineers are on the whole, exceptionally talented and dedicated, certainly in UK and US. By engineers I mean not only developers, but also QA testers and the customer – more... service team.
As a result, the product is one of the best in its field (data integration) if not the best. I am genuinely proud of having contributed to this, even in a small way.
These two facts mean that customers keep coming back for more - I believe Informatica consistently have very high levels of customer satisfaction.
Finally, the top management stand out from the crowd by being very competent and actually decent, honest people. For executive managers to win the respect of the engineers is quite an unusual feat; engineers are not easily impressed. I could mention names, but then, where should I stop? – less
Engaging Account Teams and intellectually stimulating work
Senior Consultant, License Compliance (Former Employee), Redwood City, CA – January 30, 2013
A typical day at work involved much engagement with Sales Account Teams and the Company's Client base to organize and procure data for analysis purposes. What I learned is detailed information on IT infrastructures both hardware and software and improved on my negotiating skills. The hardest part of the job was managing the resolution for non-compliance – more... matters which required a balancing strict adherence to licensing terms and preserving customer relations. The most enjoyable part of the job was finding win-win resolutions to a customer's compliance issue. – less