Account Based Business Development (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – August 19, 2015
The company and products are amazing. Great benefits and incentives to attract anyone. There is a strong sense of growth and development. If you are looking for a company with flexibility and strength this is the place to be.
Unlimited time off and great 401k matching. Best-in-class product offering.
No ability to move forward with a career, very sticky positions, Management lacks leadership and organization.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – January 16, 2017
Only if hard work that produced results mattered. When people stood for something and had personal pride. Big companies are great for average employees. Excellent employees are often un-noticed and allowed to leave. This place is ripe with management that will not extend their neck for anyone. No real leaders, only product managers
UX researcher and Team Lead (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – January 4, 2017
A good place for usability guerillas who sneakily work with development engineers to do good for the customer before management obsessed with cost has a chance to make short-sighted decisions. The best part of the job was solving customer problems. The worst part was trying to convince upper management that we should even when the ROI was demonstrably high. The problem, of course, was that the investment this quarter might not yield the return until next year.
product testing, print quality analysis, test chamber testing
Senior Lab Specialist (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 8, 2016
started out just inserting paper into printers when they were empty, got promoted and took on added responsibilities (best part of job), responsible for product inventory and supplies for lab and environmental chambers, fact that testing was moving to overseas and plant was downsizing (worst part of job), enjoyed working in this work environment, management was aloof
lots of work to keep you busy
not a lot of help to get things done in a timely manner
Supply Chain COE Lead (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – September 21, 2016
The company may not be the best to work for because of the industry that is in, but the people are really good. While a lot of people have been here for 20 years there is a lot of good knowledge. The down side is that all they know is the Lexmark way and are not always open to an outsiders point of view. Managers do not manage and do more of watching out for themselves and there is no career advancement in the IT area.
Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – September 12, 2016
Was involved in and lead group of printer install technicians at over 150 TVA sites including nuclear and Fossil sites. Each week we would go to site observe the printers being consolidated and create a plan and organize a strategy to finish the install as fast and as efficient as possible.
Reporting Services is an in-house developed system that provides a centralized repository to be able to do the following. Deliver reports to various c
J2EE Developer (Former Employee) – KY – July 26, 2016
• Extensively applied Session Façade, DAO and business Delegate design patterns • Created Struts Form beans, Action Classes, JSP following Struts Frameworks Standards • Used Struts tag library and Struts Tiles Framework for implementing the web interfaces and Struts Validator Framework using MVC architecture • Developed struts-config.xml and web.xml configuration files in the application. • The business layer is implemented using Spring DI.
Senior Material Handler (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – June 30, 2016
My working experience there was good overall. I worked with real good people and built up lasting friendships. The hours were ideal for whatever worked for you. ( 3 shifts ) Learned a lot. Management was a bit top heavy and was more of a fraternity. Some promotions made you scratch your head. But overall it was fine.
Service Now Developer/Admin (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – June 22, 2016
Lexmark is a large company with opportunities to work with several different people, in different roles. There, you get exposure to various different aspects and learn how to get things done in a large corporation.