Director (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 September 2017
Nice company to work with. Good work life balance. However, sometimes opportunities to grow may be limited. Have enjoyed my work in Oracle. However, looking for new challenges outside Oracle preferably in smaller companies may be better way to grow up in career.
Director of Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 August 2017
Legacy Company that only cares about the bottom-line. Constant restructuring for cloud means the best people aren't selected for the best jobs. Very political and the Tech Software group gets all the power
IT Principal Consultant Managed Cloud (Current Employee) – egypt – 7 August 2017
being part of a global team (my manger is indian living in the us, 2 colleagues from the czech repulic and another two from india) was challenging in the beggining but became fun because we all working around the clock to serve cloud customers. overall was a good company for my experience
Leading Sales Organization to Learn From & Build a Strong Career
Customer Success Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 July 2017
Great sales organization with a very dynamic mindset to stay relevant to customer requirements. High adaptability is a secret to success at Oracle. It's possible to find pockets of innovation & start up culture across sales to build valuable experience & grow your network.
Application Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 July 2017
Oracle is a great place work with good benefits, salary, commission structure with vacation package etc. They are a bit late to the cloud/ saas and trying to catch up with leaders like Salesforce, AWS etc.
Senior Principal Consultant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 May 2017
They took me for a job at their customer place, when their project is over, they were unable to place me in any other projects as they have a very less QA presence in toronto and i have to quit and search for another job, it was a very terrible moment and i had a big stress during that time. They recruited me from a different country where i was going safe and secure. I don't recommend oracle to any one.
Senior Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 May 2017
Oracle is a big company, so learning and developing here is self-driven. On the sales engineering side you are solving some great problems and have some good tools at your disposal to do so with. Definitely have to watch out for work-life balance as it can demand a lot of time. You also have to do a lot of self-promotion and managing upwards. Management can be a toss-up (some are really good and others not so - true of most places)
Interesting Problems to solve, Bonuses are usually good, pay is reasonable
Technical Account Manager (Current Employee) – TORONTO, ON – 24 February 2017
Overall, a good place for Work Life balance, good colleagues, but career advancement/growth is lacking, no bonus structures. The most enjoyable part of the job is learning new technologies and providing solutions to clients. The hardest part of the job is to establish a process that works, when working on client solutions or seeking answers to questions.
Principal Consultant, Linux & Virtualization (Former Employee) – New Delhi – 23 December 2016
Balance, opportunities to research. Freedom, quality of management, life, Good quality of work. MNC culture, no partiality but merit driven. Work life balance, Good HR policies. No nonsense or excessive politics.
Software Developer (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 26 September 2016
Oracle it's a great place to work and learn new skills using the latest software technology. There are times when you could be overwhelmed by the tasks and deadlines of the projects. The management is not always supportive but overall I had a great experience. It's hard to advance in the company, no career growth opportunities.
Senior Global Resource Analyst (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 September 2016
Work day includes meeting/greeting students and instructors - this was the highlight of the work day. The culture is very difficult in that there is always the threat of reduction in work force. The Sales teams have very strict quotas that given this climate are difficult to achieve. I enjoyed very much the people I worked with all over the world, learning new cultures, and autonomy from managers and directors. I enjoyed remote work and entering the Education centers 2x a week. I also enjoyed whatever travel was involved in this role.