Productive place to work.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – St. Louis, Mo – September 26, 2016
When you work in an IT department, the typical day is not knowing what to expect so you must be prepared for anything. In addition to addressing any immediate issues, you then perform your daily routine. I was the business analyst specializing in EDI so I worked closing with the branch operations, vendors, AP associates, accountants and developers. I learned a lots about how each of these groups work and how important it is for the there to be accurate interchange of data for all. Over the years I also learned how to prioritize the project. As an example, work on your smaller projects while taking a break away from the larger ones. It not only clears your brain, but gets all the projects completed in a timely fashion.
Both the management and co-workers are focused on being the best in the business. All are highly professional as well as friendly and relaxed The admin office I was in has an in house gym and a great bbq pit.
I don' really know what was the hardest part of my job. I just know that it is most enjoyable when you see your project completed and loaded in the system.
zumba classes affer work, monthly office lunches
work space layout is uncomfortable