Customer Support (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – July 6, 2018
Artech offered me a position at the lowest pay rate possible. After 6 months into my position, I asked for a pay increase and they did not give me one. After being in my position for 8 months another agency contacted me and offered me the same exact position for a higher rate of pay. When I spoke with Artech about this, they still refused my pay increase. I work too hard for the little money that I make.
Senior Network Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – Quantico, VA – June 15, 2018
Work aligns with job description. Receiving a promotion and/or salary increase is very difficult with this company. They do not offer tuition assistance or reimbursement if you pay for courses that help with your job.
Great end client, Great Pay, Unexpected departure.
Senior Analyst - Onsite Technical Support (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 22, 2018
Job interview and acceptance was excellent. Client was top notch. Negotiations on pay were great and they really stepped up on pay rate to secure me all that was fantastic. The exiting was very unexpected as the end client told me I would be extended.
Artech Information systems, is most likely the worst consulting company in the industry. For them it's all about numbers, and absolutely zero commitment to their consultants. To include no communications, direction or professional development opportunities. Very bad and dishonest working conditions
Too many cons to list, to include breach of contract, no comunications, Temporary pay and hours reduction without notification
Administrative Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – April 19, 2018
Work in FAAR (Field Access to Automated Records) locating and verifying accounts and addresses Work in CSS (Customer Service Solution) Mailing of Caution Letters and verifying accounts Excel projects (Gas Meter ID Lots and Duplicates) Alpha Numeric filing Handling of the RSVP invitations
I really enjoyed the job but it was too far from home. We started each day with a list of orders to complete. We would often run out of work, however the system would reboot and would have more orders that would often carry us through the day.
UI Developer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 21, 2018
I didn't get paid for the duration i worked with Artech as a contractor with IBM. I worked nearly 200 hours and laid off, for the duration i worked the company has not paid anything. If i keep asking they simply avoided me and finally they said they are going to put a case on me if i call them again.
Managed Services staffing as needed with reasonable pay
Deskside Support Rep. / Migration Specialist (Former Employee) – Morristown, NJ – March 10, 2018
My role with Artech Information Systems was as a temporary labor Contractor to AVIS Budget Group during the 2014 desktop computer refresh cycle. The environment was moderately paced, professional and focused on achieving the client's quarterly and annual goals. As Technicians we interacted with full-time technology staff personnel at the corporate headquarters and performed exactly the same duties they did, effectively ramping up the capacity of the department for several months. We were tasked to imagine more effective methods of reaching out to Sales Associates and Managers at remote automobile rental locations and we did that. Daily contact, shipping, receiving and User Profile migration duties effectively met the needs of the client.
On site cafeteria, vending machines, ample parking
contracted with IBM. IBM efficient. Artech had problems with payrole
Consultant (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 3, 2018
I was working contract with IBM on and off for decades.
Artech inherited me when GTG was let go. CTG inherited me when Spherion was let go. Worked before a contractor with IBM under Decision Consultants.
Artech is just the company that I worked for while contracting at IBM. Artech wanted proof of citizenship but had no idea that it against the law in Texas to use a notary on the form.
Artech has an archaic and redundant manual parole system and does not connect to IBM’s more sophisticated time keeping system.
The IBM environment has present management but no mico-management. Option to work from home; however I prefer office to interact with other people and in house. Most of the team is in various countries around the world.
IBM used to give training classes to contractors; however now if is up to me to ferret out the best answers and actions to take. It is great as we go further than any book instructions can handle.