Windows (Current Employee) – Chelmsford – January 26, 2015
Typically there are a LOT of meetings regardless of your position. Assume that there will be a meeting about any upcoming meetings as well. (hardest part of the job for me)
Every communication from upper management will inform you how much we've sold, what we were supposed to sell, what we are working on selling, what are purposed changes to the sales department are, and lots and lots of sales graphs. Very little is said about the product or pride in the product, unless it's a feature they believe could increase sales. If you read glass door, you'll hear about how they can whole departments, good and bad. (management)
I've learned a lot while working here, and there are some really good people working here as well. I enjoy learning about the software, and helping people out. The pay is above average for my position, but that isn't the case across the board. They also worked with me so I could go to school, which was very nice.
R&D Doc. Control / Dispatch Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chelmsford, MA – September 26, 2014
*While working as a "R&D Document Control Coordinator/Data Analyst" I played a key roll in the implementation, process, and execution in the companywide transition to ORACLE; also a team member for Y2K testing *While working as a "Dispatch Coordinator/Administrative Support" I initiated and sustained contact with clientele under extraordinary conditions (ie: LA Earthquake and Oklahoma City Bombing)
QA Engineer (Former Employee) – Lombard, IL – December 25, 2012
Work was never stressful. It was a completely different domain of contact center solutions. I made the best of Aspect's education services. The company has done a fantastic job with their education services.