Formerly Keane - purchased, renamed, not Keane anymore
Project Manager/Business Analyst/PS team lead (Current Employee) – Arlington Va/Washington DV – October 6, 2013
I returned to the same project I left at the SEC. When I left the team was very process driven, very careful of their methodology; no one had to work overtime. Now there is minimal scoping, measurement or prioritizing work as part of the daily process and overtime is an expectation.
Excellent people, strong Program Manager
Lengthy commute, no work intake to speak of (everything is high priority).
Business Systems, Senior Analyst (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – October 18, 2017
The complexity of projects lacks the overall evaluation of time taken to complete the project from Strategy to Closure. IT Associates are often force to work tighter time lines based on pressure from the Client and financial contractual obligations withing the organization. There were numerous time were I have worked over 24 hours straight to stay inline with timelines. I often work 16 hours a day.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lincoln, NE – October 16, 2017
I do not like putting companies down, as it is unprofessional, but this company is in the middle of a transition, and the computers have been updated with whole new systems and it has been difficult to do your job if your programs are not working. The training could have been better prepared, especially the use of time. Work place is not very friendly
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Remote – October 13, 2017
Work is slow and management is changing. Coworkers are great to work with just a lot of change since transition from Dell. Uncertainty. Have lost two coworkers since transition and future is up in the air it seems with productivity.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – October 10, 2017
Your pay will not advance with your title. There are too many "acting" positions that NTT does not want to pay for the work you are doing. They expect you to work more with less pay. This would be a great company to work for if they would pay you for the position that you are currently working.
Paralegal Team Lead (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 9, 2017
Procedure changes everyday and they do not listen to unrealistic expectations or employees. This company is trying to branch out into a new field of development. They hired countless professionals to help navigate the waters. When it came down to developing the project they dropped the ball. When it came down to crunch time they fired multiple people, and some it was their first day on the job. THERE IS NO HUMAN RESOURCES to assist employees in their time of need.
My manager was awful, had never managed people before and it showed.
Business Systems Advisor (Former Employee) – Lake Forest, CA – October 1, 2017
We all had to write our own reviews which they then read back to us since they barely spoke English. If you were not from their country, not in the "IN" croud there was no room for advancement or promotion on the contract I worked on. Since I was a woman, I was doubly cursed. This group took care of their own people only. The most incompetent, illiterate, group of managers I have ever seen put together. Any non-Indian employee basically jumped ship as quickly as possible or was replaced like me with one of their own.
This is a great company with many benefits.and leadership is inclusive. Contracts are stable and well represented and very innovative in nature.Both customers and employees are happy with the benefit packages and training opportunities.
NTTDATA is more interested in growing the company vs. grooming their employee.
Quality Assurance Test Lead Analyst (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 28, 2017
NTTDATA is more interested in growing their company by obtaining various business vs. grooming their employees for growth and productivity. The work culture consist of mostly people of Indian descends.
Benefits are terrible. A lot of turn overs due to poor management and the work culture.
Physician Clinical Service Desk Sr. Analyst (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – September 27, 2017
a typical work day is overloaded with work for various departments due to not enough employees. They underpay you and you work On Call shifts constantly. You have to either swap an On Call day with someone else On Call day in order to take a vacation. If your team lead doesn't like you then Manager will go off what they say about you without taking the time to get to know you or the situation because they are also swamped with work. It is not a work life balance at all. When they were Dell it was a good company also when they were under Perot System but since they are now NTT Data totally changed and not a good place to work for. I seen Managers and colleagues leave like flies when this company was brought out.