Network Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 30, 2018
Work was on contract basis with entities across the region. Hard to get on the internal staff even though experience was higher than current staff. Work was dependent on Sales getting contract work from Companies in the region.
Lead Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – January 16, 2018
Compuware is full of great talented people. I haven't worked there in a few years, but when I did, I loved my job! The compensation for my job was ok, but I also learned a lot that helped me move on and increase my salary with other opportunities.
Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 27, 2017
- Resolving customer questions or problems with company software Beta Testing company software - Learned MVS, TSO, OS/390 ISPF and Mainframe software support - Fairly decent - Long work days - Hearing the customer being thankful for speedy resolutions
Senior Consultant (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 13, 2017
I worked on a variety of assignments in different industries and technologies. Assignments were some times too short. The company is geared pretty much exclusively to IT jobs at big companies and never has cultivated businesses with small companies.
I was responsible for building a corporate reseller program and taught sales how to leverage partners to get more sales.
After 4+ months of employment with Compuware, I was approached by Sourcefire. I turned the position down as I had not been with Compuware that long. Sourcefire came back again, flew me to Maryland to meet with executive team. I accepted the position and to this day, very grateful that I did.
Was successful building a good program and making progress with the sales team.
File Room Clerk (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI 48226 – November 6, 2017
I don't have anything negative to say about Compuware. The job was pretty much straightforward; sort files and stay busy. My coworkers were professional and helpful. The File room was a very nice place to work overall.
Mainframe Developer (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – November 1, 2017
The company is great if you like the mainframe. It just isn't my thing. You'll spend you're entire day in a small cubicle that can't hold a 2nd chair well. The cubes have half high walls, so that's a plus over the full dividers. Managers don't agree with each other and tend to go their own way until a point. Lots of people complaining. Most the workforce will be retiring in 5 years or less.