Computer Technician (Former Employee) – Subcontracted from New York, NY 10001 – September 7, 2017
This job was a temporary job. I did not work every day. Maybe only 2 to 3 days per month, from June through September of 2010. A typical day at work was reporting to a business address to transfer data from old computers to new ones. We would do this only after the business was closed for the day. The workplace culture was good. Each work day there would be new technicians and people to work with. The most difficult part of the job was only when something would go wrong with the computer you were working on. If there was a problem, the manager would help us to find the problem and fix it. The work was not as stressful as it could be. There was always someone to help, when a problem would arise. The most enjoyable part of the job was the learning experience which I received. It was a great learning experience.
Computer Technician (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – August 21, 2017
Good company as long as nothing needs to be done with any changes to payroll or help finding a new position. My contact left the company and I was never given another, I received more responses from the person in payroll regarding jobs than any of the recruiters.
Lead Tech (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 30, 2017
Great company to work for. It was a trill to be apart of a company that values it's workers. I had no problems during my time there and I would recommend this comany to anyone who wants to work somewhere that has a great reputation and many benefits.
Desk Side Support Technician at Philips (Former Employee) – 25 W 31st St 12th Fl, New York, NY 10001 – May 4, 2017
The typical at start from receiving ticket and start to handle it. From time to time it is changed and was different. What I learned : how difficult to deal with a spoiled people. Management not so good. Workplace culture was not so good. The hard part of the job is to feel any appreciation of your work that you done. How much you do, and how much effort you spend doesn't matter - never it was good and never you did enough . Most enjoyable part of the job is training that was provide before the job actually start.
Lead Deployment Specialist (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 16, 2017
This position led to a lot of networking opportunities. I got some great experience and had fun along the way. Peak didn't offer long term opportunities for me, but they were very appreciative of good techs and always came back with more work. I usually had to turn down more work than I accepted because my schedule couldn't accomodate the demand.
Computer IT Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 9, 2017
When I was entry-level in IT. This company gave me the experience and knowledge that I required. Then gave me a push into great opportunities because of the clients they provided services to made me look good on my resume.
Developer (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – December 2, 2016
I enjoyed working with very talented professionals. This company has a full compliment of disciplines to get the work done, and done well! The management is good at communicating expectations. Coworkers were talented, energetic and always up to the task.
Good pay, variety of projects, freedom to approach solution from any angle
Great experience as a consultant, but unfortunate ending from Peak Systems
Consultant - Citigroup (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 8, 2016
During some years spent working for Peak Systems, I was employed as a consultant, therefore, I had no benefits whatsoever. They at no time gave me nor my teammates the time of day, regarding such.
After four years, the company that we supported, said they no longer needed our support. From that said day, and time, we were asked by the Peak systems, management personnel, to hand over our badges, etc, and were no longer needed on the premises.
It was embarrassing, and mean on her part, also the company we supported.
Peak systems never attempted to help us after been laid off.
Technically,my experiences and knowledge have improved considerably. My team members, lead, and managers were great people. The most difficult part was delaing with old HP printers,