Mismanaged projects; no leadership: lost one of our largest clients
Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 26, 2015
Across all departments there was miscommunication, lack of leadership, and many projects that were critically off on timelines and over budget. The hardest part of the job is when clients change their business requirements and requirements are not communicated to all teams. Most departments were constantly spinning their wheels, "putting out fires", instead of taking the time to develop and implement new functions. When the company was acquired, many people's roles changed and were not assigned a manager, had no job description or job title. There were also Managers with no employees under them....then the layoff came (not a surprise).
The job was a great experience, I enjoyed my time here and learned a lot. The company is trying hard to recoup the money it lost on its last client, and things are looking like they may turn around.
I would not be opposed to working for this company again.
Teams work together to solve problems, positive atmosphere
Mismanagement, miscommunication, not enough people to get the job done the first time