Great place to gain experience
Engagement Leader (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – May 6, 2016
This was an incredible opportunity to gain experience, and be handed a large amount of responsibility at a young age. Working here will definitely put you in a position to make a lot more money at your next place of employment. They promote (usually) based on merit/skill so management is typically solid. Downsides usually involve the work/life balance or travel expectations, but, if you're just out of college, being given that opportunity is something that I really appreciated. Another major downside is that so many projects end in dissatisfaction for clients, a lot of that has to do with the nature of the industry, but the desire to keep pushing out new code/design standards without adequate associate education causes problems. I've since left Cerner but really do have a strong appreciation for their flexibility and creativity, you'll make more money elsewhere, but it's likely that your next job won't move nearly as quickly and your opportunities for growth and advancement will adjust to a more normalized pace.
Software isn't always up to par - causes issues with clients