Application Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – 12 August 2017
EDG is a great place for a beginner but not so great for someone with experience and advanced level degrees. Also a great place for someone wanting to change their field (for example from Engineering to Tech Support or Engineering to Marketing/Sales and so on).
Good place for someone beginning his career and for someone wanting to change his field
Cabin culture not much welcoming with closed cabins
Software Engineer in Test Intern (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – 26 June 2017
Cabin culture not much welcoming with closed cabins. Good work, work oriented. free breakfast on wednesday and cookies on friday. hard part that you won't make much friends, as people here are very reserved due to closed cabin culture.
learned a lot about software testing growth opportunities are very slow. and lots of process. teams get reorganized to incorporate new managers. this can hamper your own development. workplace culture is great for both new grads and experienced people.
Application Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – 26 March 2017
A very creative and competitive working environment with all the very talented minds just graduated from college. Most of my co-workers hold a minimum of Master's degree. In terms of technical support, the company is very customer-oriented. Unfortunately, it sometimes stress me out doing support while balancing my project work committed with other teams.
Revenue, Accounting, and Controls Associate (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – 15 March 2017
An integral part of the company’s Finance and Operations Team that has worldwide responsibilities for accurately recording the revenue and deferred revenue transactions in compliance with current software and multi-element revenue recognition accounting guidance. Responsible for the “entire” revenue/order cycle beginning with the sales quote and concluding with the acknowledgement of payment.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Natick, MA – 29 January 2017
If you are looking for a slow pace, predictable, fair company with a successful product, The MathWorks is perfect for you. If you need a bit more excitement, change and opportunity to make decisions and have an impact then stay away from The MathWorks
Global Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – 14 November 2016
Overall, MathWorks is a good place to work. The product has very loyal users and continues to grow and evolve. The devotion of the customers continues to make working with MATLAB a fun place to work. But as in all companies the company can also be directly effected by the direct manager.
Getting to large of a company to know what the true direction is
Quality Engineer (Current Employee) – Natick, MA – 12 August 2016
It's a great company with great benefits, but lower salary than most other companies within the same industry. (This comes from many departments within the company). It's very hard to improve anything because it always goes back to "it's the way it's always been" situation. Managers don't notice/value the time/work hard working employees put in, which makes it very hard to move up within the company.
Assisted with the creation of lesson plans Learned how to teach teenagers math and make it as enjoyable as possible. The coworkers were really involved into teaching others and helping me learn the process of teaching kids.