Job Roles as Citrix Administrator (Current Employee) – Bangalore, KA – July 14, 2014
NTT DATA maintains strong partnerships with some of the world’s most significant technology manufacturers, providing powerful, tailored solutions that meet your changing business demands. We continually extend our process and technology skills through certification, training, and in-depth collaboration. Through our Centers of Excellence, we leverage our partners’ technology to produce greater business value and improve our clients’ overall return on investment.
The pay is great, and the hours are normal 40, but you will be let go suddenly and without explanation, and contradictory to what you've been told by HR when you get hired. The benefits are terrible, no PTO, insurance is a joke.
Project and Program Management (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 1, 2016
The work is mainly project based and unfortunately, end of assignment can come at any time. Your caliber of work also is not a consideration. The hardest part of the job is not knowing if you will have a job tomorrow.
Service Desk Engineer (Current Employee) – Montpelier, VT – August 25, 2016
Might not be an issue at some locations but advancing is a big issue if your hired in as L1 support, the benefits are terrible the pay is ok at low level positions but may be better at higher positions. The culture at work isn't bad but some management could be improved. No pay raise at least not at all client locations.
No issue with work/life balance, decent work culture
lack of advancement, poor benefits, and no pay raises
Management not supportive or interacted with all employees
Sr. Consultant/IT Compliance Dept. w/Kynect (Former Employee) – Frankfort, KY – August 16, 2016
The work day was usually a normal day, but when there were issues they were not acted upon immediately. Co-workers were in most cases young, fresh out of college and inexperienced (first timers). I learned a great deal about the regulations for Health Care. The hardest part of the job was proper guidance from an experienced or seasoned person. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with persons who were on the job for the right reasons.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 1, 2016
To start off, NTT Data's compensation is very good. They offer decent benefit options as well as relatively high base pay, from what I have seen. Additionally, training options and resources are fairly readily available to allow for self-improvement across both technological and soft skills. These facets of NTT's operations are very strong and allow for good productivity for a motivated employee.
That being said, HR and management are both terrible. I was only given the opportunity to meet my direct manager once, and across the ~11 months I worked for the company, I only ever received a direct response from my manager when attempting to speak with him a single-digit number of times. When I had HR issues, I was sometimes directed to employees whose English skills weren't sufficient to even understand the problems I was attempting to solve. The company also shows the growing pains of several acquisitions and mergers, with troubles still being very apparent and causing regular issues.
For job security, my experiences may be a bit atypical, but it seems like security is exceptionally poor. My entire workgroup was cut from the company before I left, including my direct manager. Additionally, the threat of 'bench time', unpaid, with little choice but to wait until the company fails to find another position for you, is awful, with a severe lack of communication generating a huge amount of frustration while your pay sits on the line.
Finally, I'd comment on the job culture if there was one. It's not that the culture's bad, it just that it isn't there.
Overall, NTT Data'smore... not the worst company in the world, but it's not a great one, either.less
Excellent starter pay, good benefits, high acquisition of new workers, potential for training and skill growth
Terrible management, high termination rate, zero culture, mandates relocation
NTT Data ensures all employees are total of aware of all company and client regulations that need to be managed. NTT Data has a very comprehensive education program to ensure all employees meet the government requirements for employee education.
They are very straight forward with contractors on their expect roles and they provide support in all areas to ensure the client deliverables are meet.
Management of consulting resources between contracts.
Principal Consultant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 20, 2016
Management is SICK, absent, lack direction, knows nothing about leadership, too much politics by managers who are sucking the blood out of this company. There is no review mechanism for managers to be at par with industry standards and hence there is all thats left are bunch of idiots. AVOID this company at all cost.
CSR Help desk (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 1, 2016
It is a great company to work for, they are wold wide and provide service to all types of companies
A results-driven, Software Help desk support specialist, troubleshooting and diagnosing issues within the user services department, assisting those users in the proper operation of their hardware ~ software and diagnosing functional and technical software problems arising then repairing hardware.