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IBM is awesome company
SOFTWARE TESTING SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Dublin, OHSeptember 20, 2014
Pros: good company culture
Cons: hires as consultant
I love the work culture and the management team is very helpful.
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Poor management
SAP Security Analyst / Team Lead (Current Employee), Minneapolis, MNSeptember 18, 2014
Management concerned with number of hours worked, not with individual success or career growth.
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Not the company it used to be
Technical Program Manager (Current Employee), Austin, TXSeptember 18, 2014
Big Blue has lost it's leading edge and innovation. Leaders have unispired vision for the direction for the business.
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HOT 'Lanta
Document Programmer (Former Employee), Atlanta, GASeptember 18, 2014
at the brink of PC - very organized work load and management. company had a very lucrative incentive program.
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I enjoyed the comradery and team work to finish a difficult project.
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee), Tulsa, OKSeptember 18, 2014
When we began this project, we kept our heads down, while working six (6) 10 hour days. Management brought us lunch and snacks.

However, a typical day for me became one of researching payments, overpayments and coordinating with vendors to make corrections.

I learned to use Oracle11I as well as many other programs.

My manager was very informative, – more... helpful and encouraging.

All of my co-workers were hard working and cooperative.

The hardest part was at the beginning of the project. We had to work elbow to elbow on makeshift tables. This was because that we had to work in the clients building for a time.

It was enjoyable to contribute my analytical skills to unravel and correct our work. – less
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Colloborative and challenging environment that provides you with the tools you need to succeed.
Alliance Management and Strategic Integration (Current Employee), Marlborough, MASeptember 17, 2014
Pros: free coffee, cereal, snacks, nice people, collaborative, challenging
Cons: simple tasks can be drawn out as it is such a large company
Typical day:
Communicate regularly with internal/external partners
Analyze data on sales information
Assist in the management of technical software certifications, online ecosystem development and expansion, and the on boarding of new ISV partners.

What I learned:
How to create and analyze sales information from database information.
Requirements and – more... procedures for back end processes within IBM
More experience both written and verbally communication with external partners as well as colleagues internally
Gained more of a technical knowledge on databases, data warehouses, big data and the IBM pure systems family.

Management:
My manager was excellent. She helped me become a more well rounded employee and person. Provided me with guidance and challenged me to learn on my own. Really great manager, and was a very pleasant person to be around outside of work as well.

Co- Workers:
Very collaborative work environment. Frequently shared ideas and knowledge with each other. Directly worked with people with more of a technical background so it was helpful for me to gain new knowledge from them. Nice people and easy to work with overall.

Hardest Part of my Job:
The hardest part of my job was to adjust to hearing/understanding all the technical terminology that I was faced with daily. Without a technical background prior to this role it took some time to adapt, but after gaining experience I would consider myself fairly well versed and knowledgeable on it now.

The most enjoyable part of the Job:
Flexibility. At IBM I had the option to work from home somewhat frequently. So if you have regular commitments IBM really provides you with the ability to work around your everyday life that may interfere normally. – less
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IBM
Senior Systems Engineer (Current Employee), Washington DCSeptember 17, 2014
IBM has many opportunities to learn and to grow. Great place to work.
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it was a challenge place to work.
IBM Level 3 Customer Desk side Service Specialist (Former Employee), New York, NYSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: very well manage company
Cons: your supervisor under a lot of pressure..
IBM is great company to work for. a lot of new change of systems.
Our client are Insurance business company. still using old technology. constantly the application has problem with current computing world.
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management
Production / Manufacturing / Machinist (Former Employee), Essex, VTSeptember 16, 2014
The management was very nice and handled problems that arose very proffessionally. I was impressed with the proffessionalism that the managers portaied on a daily basis.
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I only received training.
Associate Systems Engineer (Former Employee), Johnson City, NYSeptember 15, 2014
I received training in various project management techniques.
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This company is scaling down on headcount to cover costs.
IBM Remote Support Service Representative (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: image of working for ibm (image is lagging reality)
Cons: geared all employees to jump to another employer after a few years.
Over several years this company has eliminated positions and heaped the workload on remaining employees. there is no consideration for the excessive workload and employees are rated low due to inability to complete all extra assigned tasks.
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Great
Delivery Executive / Enterprise Architect (Current Employee), Allen, TXSeptember 14, 2014
Nice Company to work for, good work ethics and exposure to great work. Management is supportive
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Great company to work with excellent work culture and employee friendly.
Team lead/Business Analyst (Current Employee), Beaverton,ORSeptember 14, 2014
Great company to work, excellent work culture and employee friendly.
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Great company!
Software Development Team Leader (Former Employee), Lexington, KYSeptember 12, 2014
Great work environment. Flexible hours. Great coworkers. Work from home or anyway with a WiFi connection.
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IBM - great place to work
Resource Program Manager (Current Employee), Rochester, MNSeptember 12, 2014
IBM is a great place to work in terms of compensation, work / life balance. IBM has multiple areas where employees can expand their knowledge and expertise in multiple areas.
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Good for resume
Senior Program Manager (Current Employee), USASeptember 12, 2014
It is not the company it used to be. Skimming more and more people and not paying national average wages. People are severely overworked and customers are very unhappy as they do not get the quality of services they paid for.
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Good
Sr. Design/Development /Verification Engineer (Current Employee), Austin, TXSeptember 11, 2014
a typical day at work
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Great company
Lotus Consulting Services -Lotus Notes Consultant (Former Employee), Cambridge, MASeptember 11, 2014
Pros: n/a
Cons: n/a
Loved working at IBM.
Great company.
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IBM
IBM Marketing Manager, February (Current Employee), Buffalo, NYSeptember 11, 2014
Pros: ibm
Cons: ibm
IBM - IT technology company focusing on solutions for Cloud, Big Data and Analytics, Social and Mobile applications.
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Productive and very friendly place to work
IT Infrastructure Project Manager (Former Employee), Armonk, New YorkSeptember 11, 2014
From 1997 to 2004 : I worked in client's office (WAMU) . - - Responsible for the infrastructure of nine campuses and 100+ Financial Centers. Managed the analysis, design and implementation of different projects (software upgrades, desktop/laptops refreshes, server consolidation, etc). Resolved issues and supervised daily tasks involving routers, switches, – more... servers, software and Windows applications. Directed regular audits to ensure qualification for SOX compliance.

From 2004 to 2014: I work from home. – less

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