Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – 19 June 2018
Management was one family in Pittsburgh. Very Clickish. Some managers are more concerned about their advancement and not the well being of their team. Queue managers were unfair in ticket distribution.
Ariba provides a decent workplace and environment. Management can do better in terms of project inception and more efforts should be centered around in improving the quality of the software development process. Its still in its nascent stages and has a long way to go. Overall a decent place to work.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – 31 August 2017
Tech firm which was going through a acquisition. I was covering two VP's and always had something to do. The people were great to work with and we all tended to help each other. I left to work in the Bio field.
Channel Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – 6 May 2017
It depends on the team. Some may have a good career growth and advancement, others may be cut throat and dead-end. Overall, it is not good for long term.It can be bullying and inner circle with co-workers.
ACE Administrator (Current Employee) – Century City, Western Cape – 28 January 2016
Dealing with the western cape government departments in the western cape and capturing the data on the event manager, approving of the RFQ's and also enriching the commodities on the event manager as per required.
The hardest part of the job is accepting the salary for the job I am doing, working overtime and getting under paid.
UI Front End Developer (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – 15 September 2015
I loved my managers and colleagues, because they made me excited to come to work every day, even though the work itself was a little rough to take. Everybody is supportive of one another, but the chances for moving up are a little slim and not very fair-- we had no time to build our skills or work on independent projects as customer support representatives. So I felt a little trapped within customer support, which I didn't see myself working in past a year. The benefits were great, though, and I even kind of miss working there.