Sales force Developer/Administrator (Current Employee) – Burlington, MA – April 7, 2016
Good to work,co-workers,nice environment,management,everything was enjoying to work over there.Avid products are now used in the television and video industry to create television shows, feature films, and commercials. Media Composer, a professional software-based non-linear editing system, is Avid's flagship product
Avid is a very professional and substatial employer
Director of Storage Products (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 28, 2016
Typical day Call Boston, (Avid's Base of operations)update management of sales, product development status We had great support by Avid I learned what it was like to work for a very large company. Management was top caliber people Travelling around the world, Japan, Australia, Korean, Europe (everywhere) Avid was generous with its salaries,benefits, and incentives
Good Benifits, Good leadership
Avid was on one coast and I was on the other. I did lose time in the air
Avid overall is a great place to work because the people are extremely passionate on what we sell and into the industry we sell to. Mid level management is extremely strong resulting in loyalty to the team and company.
Principal Software Engineer,team lead/scrum master (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – May 16, 2015
Avid has great products and great engineering talent but its management is old school and lacks vision with little to no appreciation for its workers. The executive level objectives, planning and direction are abysmal. They recently recovered from a delisting on the stock exchange and are trying to move forward with a skeleton engineering crew.
Waning potential, Tense, demanding work experience.
Merchandising Product Specialist (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – February 12, 2014
I represented the company in the state of michigan and ohio. I would drive to stores in my area to keep the staff up to date on product information. I would give trainings to the dealers and to any customer who asked a question.
Productive work place with pool tables and ping pong to help keep the day moving.
Senior Hardware Systems Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – January 26, 2014
I start at 4:00am read email and pull down the first software build of the day. Upgrade my local workstations then move on to my shared storage servers. once they are all updated I start testing the new builds. when my manager comes in around 7:00am I ask if he has any new hardware or software he wants me to test. if there is I will set it up and test it, if not I will continue to test the daily builds and work on any code blues that came in the night before. I also will attend my scrum meetings. My most enjoyable part of my job is when I get new hardware from HP, IBM, Lenovo, Dell, and Apple or new software releases from Microsoft, Apple, and Red Hat.
great coworker, cutting edge technology, managers/directors great to work for
Great to work in an environment that created special effects for the movies!
Executive Administrator (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – July 10, 2013
Enjoyed working here. Supported the Software Engineering Vice President and the Director of Program Management as well as their respective groups such as special effects and audio. Handled calendars, set up meetings, answered phones, made travel arrangements, prepared presentations, maintained various reports. Worked with both PCs and MACs. Very casual atmosphere. Staff/management had many activities to support team building. Left the position due to having to care for a terminally ill parent. Otherwise, I would have stayed.
Project Manager, Customer Success - Video (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – May 22, 2013
There are a lot of fun people that work here, and your bosses are accessible and open to any questions or concerns you might have. Great environment to work in, always having different projects come up that require problem-solving.
Facilities Technician (Former Employee) – burlington ma – February 22, 2013
Job Duties and Responsibilities: facilities technician responsible for office and furniture moves, hanging pictures, whiteboards, minor paintings and repairs. Work closely with outside contractors on small facility related projects. Assist in the resolution of construction or contractor related problems. Responsible for maintaining all equipment and the preventive maintenance programs on all systems, including the UPS, Generators and Chillers. Handle equipment including the schedule and related records to the preventive maintenance. Responsible to maintain the facility related tool area, keeping it clean and organized. Coordinate procurement of equipment, supplies and materials to perform required duties. Assisted in the shipping and receiving function as needed.
Service Logistics Manager II (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – January 29, 2013
Avid was a great company, but has been struggling under the current management. For years the focus had been in the professional market, but the focus was diluted with the attempt to compete in the consumer electronics market. Avid has since sold off the consumer products and has re-focused on the professional market. The future is still uncertain, but if they can regain their foothold in the professional Digital Video market,they could be great again. But it doesn't seem likely under the current management.
good working environment; flexible work arrangement, good benefits, opportunity for advancement.
questionable future. always reorganizing without any real success.
Manager of Applications Specialist/Sales Engineers (Former Employee) – Burlington, MA – August 28, 2012
Avid, or more accurately Avid's leadership have lost there way, and in an effort to try to re-invent the company have destroyed all that was good about it. It survives today because of the last few remaining truly passionate people.
Productive work environment. Small centralized SAP team
BI Team Lead/Programming Analyst (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – August 21, 2012
It has been six years since I left Avid. A lot has changed since I left. Complete change in Management from CEO down. IT Organization has moved to the outsource model.
While I was there the SAP team was centralized in one location. Business Analysts could sit down with a developer and quickly work through an issue. Business Analysts would meet with users on a regular basis and review buisness processes.
It was a very productive team and fun to work there.
BROADCAST PRE-SALES ENTERPRISE CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – July 4, 2012
constant travel on most days. Days not traveling are spent prepping for presentations and delivering presentations to televison executives. I learned to work with all types of personalities and how to bring people together beyond cross functional diciplines. My colleagues were other presentation artists and software developers. I enjoyed watching customers see the magic of the technology and helping them see how it could improve their enterprise. the hardest part of the job was the constant travel.
Information provider (Current Employee) – Burlington, MA – April 10, 2012
The company has the desire to deliver great products. They look to the employees to come up with products, design the product, and build the product using the components available. Unfortunately the company innovators are no longer here.