Senior Project lead (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 9, 2016
Learned for the overall technical design, development, modification, and implementation of computer applications using existing and emerging technology platforms.
Worked on Analysis of internal user needs and desired results and developing software solutions with responsibility for the delivery of software applications, with limited or no supervision.
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 16, 2016
Syntel has given me enough opportunities from beginning.I started working here as a fresher 4 years ago in Mainframes technologies.
I worked in a team that integrated data from various environment. It has given exposure to most advanced development in mainframe and database technologies that had never been implemented at client site. Under mentor ship of seniors transition from a trainee to senior software engineer was smooth and rewarding experience.
Most enjoyable part was exposure to clients due to early adoption of AGILE methodology even while i was at offshore location.
Domain Learning from diffrent expects of the Customer & Industry
PROJECT LEAD - BUSINESS ANALYSIS (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – June 12, 2016
-- Learned new prospects of the module and requirements. -- Handle Sales team with operation member to provide response on RFP's and RFIs -- Updated with latest healthcare market trends in payer and provider areas
Good Facility, Broad scope of work in healthcare, Diffrent clients interactions, diffrent modules
Not get chance to work on complete suit any specific area due to limited engagement with the client
Software Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Collierville, TN – April 29, 2016
Pros 1,Syntel provided me onsite opportunity. 2,Syntel has good clients. 3,A good place to gain experience in testing field. 4,Provides space for learning and sponsors for certification exams to employee's.
Cons 1,Syntel has bad work life balance. 2,Syntel gives false estimation to clients to complete project and gives stress to employees. 3,Syntel's employee rating, review and appraisal policies are bad. 4,Its a manager and HR dominated company. Employee's opinion is not taken into consideration.
Automation Engineer/QE (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 18, 2016
● I started my career at Syntel, Inc and it has provided me with a great foothold as a software engineer. I worked for at my first client location for just over a year, and it gave me a great opportunity to experience the corporate world and practice my programming skills, as well as get some experience as a manager. ● I spent about 30-50% of my time coding, and the rest of my time managing projects. ● Co-workers are very nice and inclusive. They invited me to many Syntel events and non-Syntel events.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – NYC, NY – May 16, 2016
Typical day at work is starting with meetings and follow up with worked discussed in previous meetings. Maintain Moody's rating applications and making sure no defects or flows are occurring. Syntel is an IT company taking care of big companies IT issues and run the business for Moody's
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – June 1, 2016
Syntel, Inc. is a U.S.-based multinational provider of integrated technology and business services. Headquartered in Troy, Michigan, Syntel services its clients through 17 global development centers in India and the United States.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 16, 2016
The HR polices state that you work "At-will", that means they can fire you without telling you any reason. They will tell you are going to be in Boston, but when you get there they tell you not to make any big arrangements, like leasing an apartment, because she might be sent to Chicago, or other place, they don't care if the renter is not willing to rent a place month by month. You might be on the bench for a long time and then get fire if they do not find anything for you, not because you did something wrong. After that you are on your own. You have to pay for your flight if you want to go back to where you came from. You have to break your lease, so whatever they pay you after firing will be for nothing but pay the renter. The manager is not your friend if you are not Indian. Don't work for this company.
payment, work life, freedom, managers, project managers, everything you can thing of.
Project Lead (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 25, 2016
I like the company while working in India, But after deputation, employees relocation policy won't help much. Also there are some uncertainty in the projects like the employees may get the very short notice about the termination of the project.
Test Lead (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 2, 2016
started my career with Syntel good work place learned lot of things. Learned Testing manual, automation QTP, handling individual team and estimating resource for the work. got opportunity to interact with clients regarding project.
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – May 10, 2016
like the company its good to work with company. i want to enrich my skills so im leaving this or else it is very good. Working culture was very good. Leaders are very supportive and encourage in all the means.
Tech Lead (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 27, 2016
It was a great place to work around in syntel and employee satisfaction.I enjoyed a lot in syntel each and every moment.Management and more learning opprtunies are more in syntel and also we can enjoy the work