Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – February 23, 2016
a normal day was just answering calls, collecting a small amount of information and transferring the calls to a school. not much learned the work was average, sometimes fast and mostly slow paced. management was hardly there the tIme frame I worked. spent many hours alone until after nine. the coworkers were friendly and helpful. there honestly was no hard part. the most enjoyable part was alot of free time for other endeavers.
Fun place to work. Dedicated employees made the company successful
Service Delivery / Project Manager (Former Employee) – South Plainfield, NJ – August 25, 2015
Technisource as a whole was a good company to work for. There was many opportunities for advancement within. The co-workers made it it more enjoyable and possible to complete assigned projects. The division I worked at was a small entity of the company. It received little funding and support from corporate. The work facility was inadequate for the amount of volume we produced. This made it very challenging to grow the business. Thus the group lost new business opportunities because it did not show well. Eventually that division closed and the company focused to their core business.
Data Center Engineer (Former Employee) – Elk Grove, IL – July 6, 2015
I've seen a lot of Data Centers, and I will tell you honestly that most are simply atrocious. This Data Center was different. Here there was strict adherence to industry standards, and a work load to make sure there was plenty to do during shifts.
IVR Trainer (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – February 20, 2015
I worked at State Farm during my time with technisource. I worked with at the technical help desk. During my time here I learned about how to assist different team members with different programs and how to install and uninstall hardware in State Farm Agents offices'. I was given the opportunity to become an IVR Trainer. I was responsible to train co-workers on this system, conduct meetings. I found this a challenge and the most enjoyable.
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 20, 2015
I usually did about 10 sourcing interviews a day. The hardest part of the job was making the 30 plus cold calls required to set up those interviews. I also matched up candidates skills and personalities to the job requirements we had to fill for our clients. I would also make calls to secure client requirements for jobs and leads for the account manager.
Website Consultant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 9, 2014
Scheduled consultation throughout each day Managed accounts by contacting each client to discuss changes or new creation of 1-20 page websites by using my expertise guide them through gathering content colors logo photos etc... No micromanagement co-workers always willing to assist meeting advertisers expectation the joy of seeing a reaction to a job well done
Network Administrator / Client Services Technician (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 7, 2014
Sold off to a bank, left with no further contact or support, poor assistance. Not a place I'd be willing to entertain any offers. Indeeds requirement for 40 words for a review, LET ALONE A REQUIRED REVIEW OF A FORMER EMPLOYER< ASININE! THIS IS UNPROFESSIONAL TO REQUIRE IN THE FIRST PLACE AND IF I DIDN'T NEED A NEW JOB WOULD PASS THIS SITE BY, BY FAR
SharePoint Architect (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 3, 2014
If you are just getting into the consulting field then this is a good place to start. The problem comes in when you are trying to advance and / or you attempt to meet end of year bonus requirements and that is when you discover the moving target when it comes to bonuses.
Telco Engineer/Network Support Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 9, 2014
Meet with the different vendors, provide status and issue order to have services disconnected. The diffeculty we all face when coordinating installation and disconnection of service for a large number of sites. Working with a great number of different vendor was the biggest management challenge we faced. I work with a team that was dedicated to cmpleting the project without a probled. Cordinating the vendors was the hardest thing to do on the position. I enjoyed the company of some great people who made working fun.