System engineer (Current Employee), Orlando FL – June 17, 2014
1. take requirement from client and do DDS and convert them into design 2. co-ordinate between offshore and client. 3. develop code and do unit testing. 4. support production whenever required 5. My co-workers are very supportive and they help me whenever required so do I. 6. the hardest part of my job is when we take requirement from client to covert – more... it into Design. 7. the most enjoyable part is when doing coding and get stuck, like to take brain out to resolve the issue. – less
Sr. Duck Creek developer (Current Employee), Morristown, NJ – February 13, 2014
Daily communicating with client and understand the requirement. Create effort estimates and provide to client. Actively involed in the discussion on defect review. Fixing defects. Analyze any sev1 issue. Creating release notes. Deployment on various environments. Creating new doc templates. Writing cursors in sql server. Closely working with co-workers – more... to resolve issues. Fixed major issues within couple of hours. Closely working with client BA to educate current system behaviour. I am enjoining each and every moment of work. – less
Project Lead (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – January 14, 2014
Pros: freedom to choose carrier path
Cons: less finical benefits
I have started my carrier with Syntel in 2007 and I got a very good support from co-workers, and managers in my initial learning days, which helps me to ready for this challenging world and balance between my work life and personal life. I not just learnt technical things but got very good opportunity as a project lead. The hardest part in Syntel is – more... less finical stability. – less
Project Lead (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – March 5, 2013
Pros: due to company structure easy to get into good projects if u r smart and lucky, low financial gain though .
Cons: no industry standard medical insurance at both offshore and onsite, very slow expense reimbursement if you have made any payment from your pocket.
Good company for a fresher.Great work atmosphere.Middle Level Management is approachable.Good career opportunities if you are .motivated and driven to succeed
Medical Benefits-It is a total sham. You have a $10,000 out of pocket limit. So if you have any medical problems you end up paying out of your pocket. It is not a 20$ co-pay scheme but a high – more... deductible plan. – less
Project Manager (Current Employee), Mumbai, MH – September 6, 2014
Pros: onsite oppurtunities
Cons: long hours
I have to work from 2-11 pm as need to have client/ business calls in EST and MST hours. I have acquired quite a bit of domain knowledge by working for different global companies. I enjoy when the project implementation is successful.
Associate (Former Employee), Navi Mumbai – August 13, 2014
Pros: festival celebration
Cons: long hours
Learned how to manage workload in tax year. Enjoyed to accept target and project and completed it within time period. Our team won Quarter Of The Team award which includes dinner with clients and manager in Hotel.