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No room for advancement past a certain point
Senior Specialist (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC20 February 2018
In the Montreal location there is no room for technical advancement past a certain point. Most of the engineering/development centers are in other locations in the world - the company has no interest in relocating product experts with many years of experience and would rather hire someone locally and train them from scratch.
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it is good just to start your career.
specialist (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC3 February 2018
you can see it as a start point. don't forget to move later.
no room to grow.
worse salary ranges at all. no tangible increase salary.
if you want to do the same tasks with no challenge,it's a good place for you.
in general, I do not recommend for technical persons.
Pros
free coffee and tea.
Cons
management
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Old, conservative IT company
Senior Specialist (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC19 January 2018
The company specializes in airport and airline IT. It was the biggest in this domain for more than 30 years. It is lacking new ideas and is having difficulties competing with more modern companies. The company started outsourcing most of its business several years ago and keeps doing that.
Pros
Good salaries and benefits, friendly place to work
Cons
Old style IT company with legacy technologies
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Fast paced, rewarding, you are on your own
Management (Current Employee) –  Canada24 August 2017
You should expect to put in a lot of hours to complete the abundance of ever growing work on your plate, there is no shortage of things to do for actual customers, HR nice to have but mandatory stuff, traveling, no such thing as a 8 hr day.
You are pretty much on your own to get things done which is nice, people are great but everyone is drowning in processes.
Travel is okay but excessive, away from home too much.
Development is mainly all offshore and is a major challenge to get quality things done and delivered.
Pros
Decent salary and benefits, rewarding challenges, majority people are great except for a few
Cons
Too much work, not enough people to do it all, those here have to pick up the slack and burn out
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Nice
Designer (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON2 May 2017
nice people to work with
relocation required around GTA
learned a lot from projects
barely go to office
work on site
should learn to use different platform
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Good work life balance
Application Specialist (Former Employee) –  Montreal2 February 2017
Enjoyable and a good company to work for. The office space is a open one - Work from home policy. Some travelling and great advantages. Work with groups from all over the world.
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Network Administrator (Former Employee) –  Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON1 November 2016
Excellent working conditions and opportunity to gain technical knowledge and experience in a state of the art NOC environment. Relaxed work pace and get to work directly with customers.
Pros
Advance technologies
Cons
Working in the airport
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Good
Analyste de Service Desk - APS/LAC (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC27 September 2016
- Good place to work
- Multicultural people
- I loved the job . A lot of thing that I learned.
- Very good coaching and Quality Control.
Pros
People
Cons
Rotation Shift
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Good people, ongoing change
SENIOR INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC10 January 2016
Great people, but overly complicated and bureaucratic processes. It feels like people are constantly running but not getting anywhere
Pros
people
Cons
constant stress
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A progressive company with a well educated and dedicated team of professionals
Senior Manager, Global Services& SI (Former Employee) –  London, UK6 October 2015
Guaranteed that when you walk into work, you will be presented with a new set of challenges. A well formed team of professionals who work well in a cross-functional environment. Management is well organized and ensures that the strategies across all teams are well aligned and accountability is maintained. Shifting priorities across the teams did create some challenges.
Pros
Well compensated, HR is strong
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Excellent employer
Senior Software Designer (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC13 August 2015
I worked on a short contract for Sita and enjoyed the job. The staff are professionals and courteous.

The pace is a little slow having to deal with different departments, but my manager handled all this work for the project and I was able to concentrate on delivering the goods.
Pros
Offer remote-work
Cons
Downtown Montreal!
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Average company to work for
Sr.Specialist S&IO (Current Employee) –  montreal, pq2 August 2013
Its a routine job, the best part of going to work on daily basis is to meet co-workers, no opportunity for advancement, in order to get an opportunity is based on who do you know.
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Multi-lingual Technical Support (Former Employee) –  Montreal, Canada29 April 2013
• I served as a point for first level troubleshooting for airlines worldwide
• I would determine our customer’s needs/issues and dispatch technicians accordingly.
• Was responsible for maintaining the functionality and operations for airport equipment ranging from bag tag scanners to complex operational software for airports spanning the globe.
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Acive and busy place, very large but fun work place
Project manager (Former Employee) –  Toronto, Canada1 February 2012
Large scale airport work place under extensive security measure and 24 hours rotational shift work however being in contact with various specialists and engineers made the environment pleasant to work and with additional future growth.
Cons
healthcare and health club
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