Typical workday was scrambling to get requirements from evasive manager who did not like Java - Bad for java programmers. I learned AWS and Azure APIs. Bad culture. Hardest part of my job was keeping my cool with a loud, aggressive manager who loved to beret people. The most enjoyable part of my job was leaving after very long days.
They made so many snap decisions that it doesn't feel like they have a deep understanding of the impact they want to make on the market. Like the product and feel like it has real potential but management doesn't do a good job of utilizing it properly.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – CarrolltonTX – February 13, 2014
My typical day at work is busy with clients and awesome lunches with co-workers. I learned to take and quickly dive into details any existing project thrown at me. Management was very responsive. I didn't find any part of my job hard, i enjoyed it. I think the best part was to get positive feedbacks from the clients. All my co-workers was friendly and ready to help when i just started with the company, with some of them we still keep in touch.
Insurance was affective the first day of work.
There was just one restroom on the floor and that cased lines.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Austin,TX – June 24, 2013
While I enjoyed my time there, I discovered that management is rather insincere. They had great developers, but they have mostly left the company. The management is a "go Fast" mind set with very little concern with how they burn out the staff. Additionally, the management solicits or employees for rumor and conjecture to make staffing decisions. This company had a great team once, but the arrogance and deceit has taken it toll. I would find better opportunities with companies that have a better plan and manage their resources far better.
Too many releases, too many late nights. Can't trust some staff
Technical Support / Project (Former Employee) – addison tx – August 24, 2012
• Create a helpdesk within just a matter of two months that is fully working with Zendesk, Confluence, and Jira. • Created a fully functional Knowledge Base and ticketing system; self-service; and customer interface. • Worked with the tier 3 team to fully integrate escalation procedures, take calls from the customers as well as employees • Worked hand and hand with the Information Technology department to fix computers.