IT PROJECT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – October 10, 2018
Hewlett Packard has been in the innovation business for more than 75 years. Our vast intellectual property portfolio and global research and development capabilities are part of an innovation roadmap designed to help organizations of all sizes – from global enterprises to local startups – transition from traditional technology platforms to the IT systems of the future.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Remote – October 22, 2018
HP, Inc refocused on hardware and service solutions. Still seen as the premier printer provider in the industry. new markets in 3D, graphics, and online services proves to be a good position moving forward. Management team is good, some transitioning has occurred. Corporate leadership changes indicates some uncertainty for the company moving forward.
Technology Consultant (Former Employee) – Philippines – October 19, 2018
In Hewlett-Packard, you will learn how to work with clients. Focus in project deliverables is challenging and can learn a lot from it. Collaboration with teammates is one of the key in resolving issues.
Depending upon the account you're on determines how far you get!
Help Desk (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 18, 2018
The HP Culture could be different instead of the same, depending upon the account that you are on within HP Enterprise. I was on a start-up account which was very challenging and exciting in the beginning. I had about 4 different Managers during my 4 year tenure with the last one being a micro-manager on a small but popular account. There was very high turnover among IT Engineers and mature workers were replaced with the younger workforce to increase P&L, unless your skill was in high demand. It was a good life learning experience!
Contractor (Former Employee) – Lansing, MI – October 14, 2018
Being out in the Field and helping customers with their computer and printer issues is self satisfying. knowing that i am able to get the customer back up and in production so they are not to loose anymore time of their day.
great people, good executive team with some bad apples
Manager, Marketing Services (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – October 12, 2018
People are mostly great. Job satisfaction depends on your manager, but there are executives who preach the importance or culture or empowerment, and then micro-manage and 'mean girl' there way through the day. Most of my memories are good, but my exit and all the stress that goes with it--are directly responsible to one VP.
Inside Server and Storage Specialist (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – October 11, 2018
Work hard and promote your successes. Make sure you are acknowledged for your success. If you can integrate yourself with people in power and show that you can be social during work and after hours, you can do well here.