Lead (Former Employee) – Bohemia, NY – June 6, 2016
Time management and good communications skills are very important to be successful at SITA. Working on multiple projects at the same time and keeping up with all the processes and project requirements was challenging. Overall the benefits were very good and the overall experience was fulfilling
Multinational company, respectful, generous and fair
Solution Designer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 22, 2015
SITA is an excellent company. However, the documentation is large to a fault because of the age of the company, 50+ yrs. They have many long term employees, but they are not immune to the lay-offs that are often a result of outsourcing to 3rd world countries.
Respectful of their employees, good vacation time, bleeding edge technologies
Lay-offs and outsourcing. Frequent management changes.
Global leader in the air transport industry, based in France.
Service Delivery Representative (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – October 23, 2015
I provided customer service and communication with clients using the clients' travel information software. SITA management were well educated and supportive of our team needs in providing service to clients.
workplace to be at. working on a system with support from specialists. enjoyable and a good company to work for. the office space is a open one and can communicate openly with colleagues to encourage team work.
Quality Assurance Manager /Lead QA (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Ga – June 2, 2015
I managed 3 Teams one onsite in Atlanta, GA; one in India and one in the UK. I was able to interact with many different roles within the company to ensure all FAA rules and regulations where met regarding our software. The drastic time changes was sometimes a difficulty in accommodating the meetings to get necessary information across multiple time zones and business entities.
International business and new learning opportunities
Production Lead Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 29, 2014
Very good company where people worked very well together in a team atmosphere. The location for me was not ideal, which was why I had to leave. I would recommend SITA to anyone. I have more than 30 words now.
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 6, 2014
Focus is on the airline industry - passenger, airports and government regulations. Strong presence in the marketplace and in alliances with customers and delivery systems. Daily activities included developing reports / governance, working with development teams to monitor progress and address and issues.
not always a clear direction shared by all parties
Technician Field Ops (Current Employee) – Maui, HI – March 5, 2014
Working in IT support at the airport is definitely a job that makes you feel like you are a part of something important. Overall SITA has been a good company to work for, offering yearly bonuses and the ability to work overtime if you want it.
While working for SITA I've come to learn many aspects of a typical day at the Airport and all the gears that need to turn in order to make the day run smooth. I have been blessed with an opportunity to work some of the brightest IT professionals, who also have been teaching me more through there own experiences. My job, isn't monitored a lot, because management and my team have come to notice I get the job done, well and efficient. A typical day at work, would be to come in, walk into my area, check out my machines, make sure all is well, complete maintenance as required, and fix any problems that may have risen prior to me getting to work.