Smart individuals working toward best product for client.
Senior Technology Consulting Analyst (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 5, 2016
Smart individuals working toward best product for client. Good room for advancement coupled with strong benefits and compensation (especially for analysts compared to other industries entry level jobs)
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 30, 2016
high-paced. a lot of politics. A culture of making money, not in providing excellence. If the client likes somebody, that somebody will be pushed up by accenture leadership and fill roles even if he has no clue about content.
Logged unto the system to check for new loan and locate status and forward to Credit and Appraial Analyst for follow up and Loan completion. I tagged, scrubed the loans and saved updated documentationk and documents in the system...It was a busy but laid back environment at a company with exceptional core values.
Associate Manager (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – June 26, 2016
Accenture LLP is a leader in the areas of strategy, digital, technology, and operations. They also listen to their personnel. Since my skill set did not match any client requirements, I requested training to close the skill gap. Accenture provided the Unlimited Learning Subscription from Oracle.
Believes in core values; excellent benefits.
On a hiring binge. I was hired for my skills however there were no clients in need of these skills.
Excellent company to work for. Great place to start a career.
Software Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 24, 2016
Outstanding company that walks the walk. Many companies talk about work-life balance, and giving back to the community. Accenture honestly seems to try to adhere to this philosophy. I also haven't seen the cronyism that seems to be prevalent in many other companies. I've worked there for going on three years on three different projects in three different states. And I have yet to meet any management level personnel who were not competent, likable, and approachable.
Accenture is a wonderful company to work for, or so I'm told. I have been there since they purchased the company I worked for almost five years ago. The healthcare benefits are some of the best you will find, and the work load is enough to keep the overtime hours coming. However, there is very little room for advancement, as the term Senior Analyst only goes to those who actually are performing a supervisor/management role, and then team lead goes to the actual manager of the team. There will be one manager for a whole department. This is not the way it should be, as senior analyst should be given to people that have been there for a certain time, such as three years and have a proven track record. Team leads should then be a supervisor and manager should be the person managing the team. This would open up a lot more advancement (well short term but why do that when you can keep paying people less than $20/hour.
Programmer/ Analyst Level E (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – June 20, 2016
Local insurance company was convient walking distance to parking garage. Tools and managerial support needed to complete projects were readily available. Co-workers, who were also Accenture employees, were excellent team members. Very strict and tight timelines.