Senior RF Engineer (Current Employee), Virginia – August 6, 2014
Pros: low insurance costs
Cons: terrible management culture
There is no supervision on Management level, my mean is supervision on how the managers behavior is with the personnel. So, nobody asked them why did you promote an inexperience/un-knowledgeable person and why did not promote a good engineer. So, everything good is for a special group that are in the same side of managers even they are not good in terms – more... of their performance and knowledge. – less
Senior Java Developer (Current Employee), St. Louis, MO – May 22, 2014
Over all experience with Amdos is Good. I learned many new things here. Management is good. Team and team mates all are very helping and professional. There is lots of dependency, so to sync all things with everyone is the hardest part of the job. Migration tasks at the current job was most enjoyable.
Senior ADBA and Software Expert (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – May 16, 2014
A typical day will start with responding to email requests to deal with issues that have developed overnight. This is a global company so you are interacting with people from all over the world. Once issues have been dealt with, then one can focus on scheduled work usually involving Database Admin. There can be 2 - 3 meetings throughout the work day.
All – more... work and meetings are done remotely.
The people involved in the day-to-day work effort are from both AT&T and AMDOCS.
Hardest part sometimes is the unpredictability of the work.
Most enjoyable part of the job is the learning experience and overcoming challenges. – less
Senior Expert (Current Employee), Sanjose , CA – November 19, 2013
- Handled Many S1 issues for Many Customers.Long Day Calls, Interacting with Customer, l2/l3 level employees, other company employee's who involved with customer environment. - Production Deployments on Friday long nights. - Learned to find solution for any kind issue. - Staying long at the nights in the office is bit difficult part of the job - I was – more... enjoyed Work from Home facility. Because i can work more time with out tense abt family. - I am very much comfortable to with team. We are the team of 40 employee's with 4 small teams. - I Managed 10 members team. – less
former (Former Employee), chicago,il – July 4, 2013
Terrible. It is the Israel Company. All projects run over budget and with huge delays. Teams fly from Israel on Monday's and go back on Thursday's. As a result very little is done although they try. But as I sad low intelligence gives little with regards to valuable results. People are backstabbing, lying, bad mouthing. Different culture shows there – more... in a very bad way. – less
Group leader - Project manager (Current Employee), Richardson, TX – May 11, 2013
Pros: fast pace, collegial, stimulating and interesting.
Cons: poor work life balance
A typical day consists of team status, interaction with different stakeholders to collect and discuss information and risks, analyzing data and reporting to management. In many of the days it will include defining new processes and procedures, and from time to time writing requirements to new tools. as a manager I devote significant time to team training – more... and development.
The biggest challenge is communicating with teams from different locations (India, Israel, Mexico etc.'), different time zones and different cultures via phone. – less
Senior Testing Engineer (Former Employee), San Ramon, CA – April 26, 2013
Cons: poor management
expected to work weekends at whim for no particular reason. sometimes team lead didn't show up til later & had no assignments. not compensated for any extra work. Co-workers were excellent...Amdocs lost a lot of good people due to lack of respect for their employees.