Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint Louis County, MO – 15 December 2017
Avoid at all costs. Google their stock price and trend over the past 5 years. C-level execs are completely clueless. They have countless products that they are giving away for free. Left hand has no idea what the right hand is doing.
Director of Architecture Incentives (Current Employee) – Clayton, MO – 17 October 2016
Provide project management over large-scale, top-priority and complex technology initiatives. Managed US Mine budgets of up to $8M and cross-functional teams of up to 25 developers, programmers, analysts and network specialists.
HELPDESK SUPPORT (Former Employee) – Chesterfield, MO – 2 December 2015
Image computers as requests would come in. Would work tickets that could be assigned to me. Move equipment from users old office to their new office. I would also ship out laptops to different office locations.
Creating accounts and helping Sales Reps open hundreds of accounts daily.
operations analyst (Current Employee) – chesterfield – 10 August 2015
i have not really been given any chance to advance and they are in a hiring freeze, so it's time to move one. I would like to be able to use the qualities and tools I possess but haven't been given that chance.
Sr. Director of Professional Sales (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 8 July 2015
I really enjoyed working within the Financial vertical. People were very knowledgable of the vertical and the sales teams had good relationships with the customer. I still have many friends from my stay at Savvis.
Great culture and smart people
Home Office in St Louis was a little out of touch with the NYC Financial vertical Market.
Solid services being offered good place to work as individual contributor
Sr. Consultant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – 28 June 2015
The compensation was very good with incentive bonuses but once purchased by CenturyLink, the bonuses and salary were throttled back significantly. A typical day involved customer meetings, following up on email, developing solutions, and tracking time spent on accounts. Director and above were very temperamental and seemed at odds in a political game that took its toll on the resources.