Automation and Lead Release-Integration Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – January 5, 2016
I worked there for 15 years and learned a lot. I moved in various engineering positions from developer to release engineering and to qa automation engineer and project lead learned many technologies and made many long time friends. the culture is great as they have many social activities
Software Test Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 5, 2015
I worked at PHT Corporation as an intern (less than a year)
Pros: Great people and work environment. Everyone I spoke with during my six months was very kind.
Cons: The company was in the middle of a big transitioning period. We were moving away from Palm devices and heavily anticipating the release of iOS versions of our software. Because of this, things were hectic sometimes, with not everyone in the software department knowing what was going on (lack of clarity).
Wasn't much interesting work to be done by a software engineering intern. Was mostly writing word documents.
Advice to management: Develop a new model to let software engineering interns do things that take programming knowledge.
I definitely recommend working here though.
Great people and work environment. Everyone I spoke with during my six months was very kind.
The company was in the middle of a big transitioning period so things were hectic sometimes, not everyone in the software department knowing what was going on (lack of clarity), wasn't much interesting work to be done by a software engineering intern
Good place to work, learn and grow with experience
Associate Project Manager- Archive (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – August 29, 2013
Everyday learning something new. Multitasking through several projects throughout the day that need to be completed. Management and cross-functional team members are very supportive. There is no such a thing as hard, more than not having enough time when something breaks or needs fixing. The constant challenges make my job more enjoyable as it keeps one in their toes all the time, meeting and exceeding milestones and timeline expectations.