Avid is a fun place to work where all contributors are respected and treated as part of the team. A lot of their policies are very forward thinking, designed to attract top talent. There is very little flexibility in scheduling or the ability to work remotely.
Headquarters in NC is outstanding, NJ office could work harder to resemble the same core goals and values. NJ office has family members working in office, allowed to run with more than they should which effects a large percentage of employees.
Indexer (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 10, 2018
This job is not for a person with a family who wants to be involved in everyday life. You are on the computer from sun up to sun down. You get paid by the cent and your pay check is always different. You never know what your going to get paid. When you have a baby they give you 2 weeks off with no pay. Which is not enough for a mom and baby to adjust too.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 20, 2018
When first starting, Avid was great! The atmosphere and culture were great! Everyone was happy! However as the company grew, they started hiring quantity, not quality. Managers were brought in that were not focused on their employees! There are some great leaders there, especially some of the executives. But managers not so much.
There is potential, but they have a lot of growth needed to become the company they want to become. Very much waterfall disguised as Agile.Product driven, but cannot agree on priorities and planning goes to the very end.
Account Payable Team Coach (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 21, 2018
AvidXchange was my favorite job to since I have graduated. This was a company that gives you an opportunity to grow within the company, they were very flexible with scheduling, they give you the ability to be innovative, and everyone in the company matters. AvidXchange was an amazing experience!
Great place to work - a little low on the salary end.
Systems Analyst/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – April 19, 2018
Avid is a great place to work with respect to the laid back, casual environment. Don't let that fool you, however. There is plenty of stress and deadlines to keep you on your toes. For the caliber of folks that they want to hire, they are not willing to pay the salary range. Bonuses are small or nonexistent to most of the company. Benefits are good.
Casual Work Environment, Enthusiastic Coworkers, Passionate Team Mates
Salary is on the low side, Bonuses could be dramatically improved, Management can be out of touch with day-to-day operations.
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – April 3, 2018
AvidXchange is a fast growing company. If you like a high paced environment and you embrace change, this is the place for you! There are some wonderful leaders who know how to mentor people to take them to the next level in their professional career.
Senior AvidPay Direct Account Manager (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 4, 2018
Even though AvidXchange has gained recently popularity within the Financial Tech industry within Charlotte, NC, you cannot take the company at face value. The company, when I first started in 2016, was growing very fast with lots of changes, most were needed, some were bad, i.e automation of employees work in certain areas of AvidXchange. It did however a great upbeat culture that garnered great teamwork, promoted within, and compensated appropriately.
During the second quarter of 2017 some very powerful companies invested in AvidXchange, with that came an onslaught of changes with the culture, restrictive work/balance, and outsourcing executives from large companies to help with the companies rapid growth.
With that being said, AvidXchange will continue to grow and has the potential to be a very large company in the future. It is still early enough to give back the same culture and balance that made AvidXchange a great place to begin with.
When I started It was awesome! the culture was very upbeat and positive. Schedules were very flexible and there were plenty of accounts for everyone. Now, the department I am in has doubled over a 3-4 month period and they have spread the accounts so thin that it's hard to make a decent bonus. They have become extremely micromanagement oriented. Scheduled are no longer flexible and the stats that they demand are becoming extremely difficult to meet with the low grade and sparse leads we get now.