Used Windows 2003/2008R2 tools to keep the LAN running smoothly. Used AD Domain Policies, created users accounts, Shares and OU’s. Troubleshoot Exchange 2003-2008 severs and general knowledge of SQL 2005/2008 severs. Configured Citrix XenApp 4.5 Server to publish applications, content, and XenApp server desktops Set up AD domain controllers from scratch, created print servers, DHCP allocation, Group Policy, OU, Trees, Forest and remote access to servers. Created trust between exiting domains.
National Account Manager (Former Employee) – Harrison, OH – July 27, 2014
I loved my job. I had a wonderful group of co-workers. We shared creative ideas with each other and supported each other with our jobs. My typical day at work was very busy. Lots of phone calls to customers, working with other departments to accomplish programs that I would work on for my customers. The hardest part of my job was trying to get projects accomplished at a timely manner, always wanted to keep my customers happy. The most enjoyable part of my job was visiting my customers and helping them with their dreams of taking their institutional look in the hospital or nursing home cafeteria and turning into a bistro or café . I also enjoyed giving presentations to large groups of people and educating them on various subjects such as The Five Elements of Visual Merchandising, Going Green is Good, How to Increase your Retail, and Catering Concepts with Theme Dining.
Ok place to work. Growth is stymied by weak management and an overbearing, wishy-washy parent company. Lack of vision and up-to-date systems will hamper future, strategic growth. If you prefer "old-school" way of doing things, status quo - this might be the place for you. However, if you are ambitious, foster in a innovative, visionary environment - you will be unhappy here.
good benefits in comparison to other companies in the area, nice people
weak management, lack of vision and strategic plan, antiquated systems