Good People to work with, Like my supervisor a lot.
Warehouse/Shipping/Receiving/Inventory (Current Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – September 15, 2017
I pull orders for Production and get them ready for transport, I ship small packages using FedEx software. I organize inventory in warehouse using ERPLN program. I receive incoming product. Digi management takes good care of its employees. I enjoy working with my boss. I receive and deliver inner company mail to employees. I use motorized pallet jack. I did have forklift certification but haven't needed it for the past six years so I would need to be recertified.
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – June 27, 2017
Excellent benefits including medical and generous vacation time with flexibility for work-life balance. Departments operate in silos and do not communicate with each other. There is a lack of transparency from management and communication regarding changes that affect job and/or department are not trickled downstream to those that need to know.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Davis, CA – May 30, 2017
It started out as a very small company when I worked there. Maybe 200 employees mainly in operations. It was a very relaxed environment to work in but at the same time everyone completed their daily tasks and at the end of the day went home.
Everyone seemed to work well with others. Projects were usually on time with the exception
Management could have been a little tighter on their policies
face pace and laid back enviroment with no pressure
SMT Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – November 8, 2014
Digi International is a great and professional work environment with great employes. i start my day of with a list of jobs that need to be done. Always a spot to move up and offer great training if needed
UNIX MANAGER and SENIOR TECHNICAL ANALYST (Former Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – February 19, 2014
Check all UNIX servers, databes and Users response=time for the main ERP application. Worked with the Engineers and the Customer Web-site. Set-up Disaster Recovery Plan for the UNIX servers and the ERP application.
Disaster Planning, Necessary duties as a Manager, by hiring and firing and writing reviews for employees.
Knowledgeable and engaging.
Being on-call 24/7
Working with the Digi Engineers and the Customers web-site. Working with DBA and application developers, along with my system administrators. I enjoy sharing my knowledge.
CAD Operator (Former Employee) – Davis, CA – November 7, 2012
I love my job and the company. I would never leave this company. I would work there for the rest of my life if I could, but with the economic crisis happening , the company was one of the first to down size. My boss an i had a very strong work relationship. He was very encouraging and helped me discover things about myself. I always give my best at work. My team and I also had a solid relationship. We were all able to get along and work on projects together.
Sales Representative III (Former Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – May 7, 2012
A typical day at Digi included daily goals of 30 outbound calls with 10 'positive calls' with customers. Positive calls consisted of a beneficial conversation with a key contact, purchase order obtained or another key contact within the company identified. All of my customers were in the Canadian territory.
The Digi Sales office was a remote office with approximately 35 employees, 3 of which were in Sales. The position was an Inside Sales position with approximately 2-4 weeks per year travel.
My co-workers were good people and we were all supportive of eachother. Management was located in the home office in the midwest and weekly 1-1's would keep us in touch with our manager on a weekly basis.
The hardest part of the job was getting support from other departments in the company, specifically from Operations, Support and Engineering. The most enjoyable part of this position with Digi was working with customers and winning the sale.
Overall, at Digi I learned to be diligent with leads and maintain a consistent effort within the sales process. Customers like to feel that they are your only customer, and when you treat them this way, you can create a long-term relationship with them that will last throughout your career.