PRODUCT SALES SPECIALIST - Sales and Support (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – December 14, 2017
Flexible hours, home office environment, semi frequent travel. Enjoyed my position and co workers. Management was very approachable and understanding. The most difficult part of the job was keeping current with industry changes. I enjoyed the creativity of my position.
Fast paced, time line driven organization. Good workplace with friendly people who care about one another. Very good benefits. Many opportunities to travel to customer sites as well as other company locations around the world.
Business Analyst/QA/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Doral, FL – September 29, 2017
I worked a four year contract and a new Sr. Director came in and decided to not use contractors. I did many tasks for the Sr. Director who was promoted to a position in Phoenix as COO of the Airline division or I would still be there.
Senior Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 20, 2017
Had opportunity to hold three positions within thie company. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two positions. As they were pleased with my work in the Top 200 Group, the moved me to another group to assist in that growth. I did not enjoy that group as much. Nothing against the company or staff, just was not of interest to me.
Company thrives on multi-cultural workforce and there is a great vibe most of the time. A lot of transfer opportunity in some departments. Great company events and boy do they like to eat! Working in the benefits and HR department sounded great but the manager could not keep on task. Continual shifting and changes on desired projects when it should have been simple and straight forward. The inability to maintain continuity on tasks or within the department has caused a lot of turnover. It wasn't an environment that allowed for consistently achievable metrics.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – July 10, 2017
Nice work culture, competitive salary & cutting edge tech is the highlights of Amadeus. Flexible timing and willingness to move from old technolgy to solve bigger problem which never been solved in industry before really is the take away.
Amadeus is a great company to work for. There is a positive workplace environment, good people that care about you and the company. The business of travel is always evolving and Amadeus is always there to meet that challenge.
Implementation Engineer (Current Employee) – Waltham, MA – January 23, 2017
Amadeus is a good company to start from if you are just getting out of school. It is a good way to step into the professional industry. For long term however it is not a great place to be. Advancement and growth is very slow in comparison to other technology companies. The management is always changing so it can be difficult to know what the vision is. Too many global re organization.
Nice office, game room, benefits are ok, breakfast
Slow growth, office location is bad, Not good for long term.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 10, 2017
Although I had this job more than 20 years ago, this was a great work experience. The company invests a lot of their resources on training and employee development. My day consisted on negotiating contracts and renewing the customer's contracts. We were able to work in teams and management was always there to support.
DevOps Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – November 25, 2016
A rather productive workplace, with a very helpful group of colleagues. Obvious expectation of getting your work done, however, a lot of options for working from home or not getting bogged down at the office.
Release Engineer and Software Developer (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – May 23, 2016
Came to their hospitality division in Miami before Amadeus adquired and helped them to correct a lot of mistakes regarding software development patterns. Never got the minimum simple recognition not even a single thanks for helping them get out of the holes they were into. Leadership is terrible, prima donna style of lifers in management that do not welcome different alternatives and fall continuously in software ant patterns. They turned mean toward workers after the amadeus acquisition and the drop rate increased dramatically. Aside from management the rest of the people are really good people
terrible management and leadership, big turnover rate