Help Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – April 8, 2016
A typical day depends on what department you are in. My typical day would be 12 callers a day. I learned to take ownership of calls there. Management is easy to get along with and good leaders. Good co-workers and wonderful atmosphere. Learning accounting is the hardest part about the job. The most enjoyable part of the job are the people and holidays.
Associate Director, Capital Markets Consulting (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 20, 2016
The work culture is great and many opportunities for career advancement and professional growth. The benefits have gotten better in the last year. There have been improvements in benefits. There is a company wide training day workshop for new hires. It would be great, if there was a specific training to hire's division. The tech team, surprisingly, has long wait periods and resolution times are very delayed.
Senior Business Analyst, Tax Technology (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – March 3, 2016
great place for DEV and QA. BA role I found challenging coming from a content group.
I had a 40 work week with some weekends 2-3 times a year. The work is very interesting. I was in product development, first in content, then a BA.
As a BA, I liked being on of the first to know how a new feature works, but I did not enjoy the writing aspects of the job.
I had a 40 work week with some weekends 2-3 times a year. The work is very interesting.
Changing business units can be difficult. But if you get a lateral move to something you don't like, apply for something you do like there, then become friends with the hiring manager if you aren't already
Very professional office job. Learned inside sales, presentation skills and accounting product knowledge. Management is laid back and friendly. Very easy job to learn, a little hard to excel at. Hardest part is staying motivated. Most enjoyable are the cool young people you work with.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – February 12, 2016
• Review requirements documentation in order to clearly identify priority and impact of test cases. Securing a thorough understanding of SDLC using Agile and scrum methodologies. Well versed with Agile methodology – stand-ups, user stories, estimations and metrics. • Also securing a thorough expertise on writing Test Plans, Test cases, Test reports,