Infor
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Infor is a fun place to work

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Infor has a great culture that is fun and inclusive. There are many opportunities to grow from an entry level position such as moving from business development to inside sales then to an AE role.

Pros

Flexible PTO

Cons

None
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Great people, not so great management

Hard-working talented people abound, especially “below the line.” Upper management needs to work on a strategic vision for Education, not just a structural vision. If not, then empower line managers aka Directors to do so. Along with this, need an actual tactical execution plan to carry out the strategic vision. Otherwise, too many chefs are spinning too many wheels to get too little done.
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Based on 120 survey responses
What people like
  • Feeling of personal appreciation
  • Ability to learn new things
  • Time and location flexibility
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  • Sense of belonging
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Trust in colleagues

Run by people who only care about the bottom line

This company is primarily a venture capitalist group with the only goal being do whatever makes them the most money. They forced our entire group to become contractors for an overseas company two weeks before Christmas, otherwise, we were considered to have resigned. That new company, which was run by nice people, was extremely disorganized and just added another layer of busywork to my already extremely overworked day.
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Positive: Remote, Good Co-workers. Negative: No Job Security, Unwarned Layoffs

Positive: Remote, Good Co-workers. Negative: No Job Security, Unwarned Layoffs.Even if you land the job, don't count on feeling secure ... they do lay offs without warning.
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Steady career with no growth

Pros - steady job and balanced work life. Management and other staff is cooperative. Cons: No career growth unless you extremely do well. Average salary.
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An excellent place to work.

Excellent work culture and learning opportunities,Good Work-life balance.Senior colleagues who care for and help the juniors which is much needed in corporate life!
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ok place

Best benefit was it was remote before remote was popular. No raises at times and limited opportunities to advance. It was a job that paid the bills and they were always laying off people.
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Everyday is different

Opportunity to thrive for self driven hardworking people with a passion to learn continuously. Every day is a new day! Must be adaptable to constant change.
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Contradictory Culture

It is a disappointing environment that suggests an alignment with a positive culture, but when individuals attempt to make positive change, there is a lack of support from leadership.

Pros

Lots of good intention from the individual contributors.

Cons

Leadership has outdated and limited thinking.
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Challenging to learn processes, potential for growth

There are many challenges and not many resources to help you learn the processes, it is sink or swim based on your own abilities and attempts to reach out to find the right person to talk to. It sounds like there are plans for a buddy system in the future but for now you watch some videos and are then expected to run a project without with no help. Still, once you can develop your own system and internal network I do see potential for growth opportunities as so many folks have been there for years in varying roles.
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Layoffs, scope creep, shifting responsibilities

There are a lot of nice people at Infor but none of them work in management. Expect to be reorganized or restructured out of the position you were hired into or laid off (especially if you move up the ranks). Every six months you'll train a new boss how to do their job, with the expectation that they'll be laid off soon or you will after they decide everyone is redundant because ultimately Infor provides nothing of value to anyone.
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4 stars

What is the best part of working at the company?FlexibilityWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Supporting cloud software sometimes requires help at odd hoursWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Positive relationships and great people. Encouraging you to grow in new opportunities.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Do your work remotely
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High pressure and lack of innovation

Infor is a company that sometimes doesn’t understand itself because of all the M&A growth. This makes the job more frustrating than It needs to be. There is a high level of distrust, as a result of a lack of rules preventing mgt from playing favorites. All of this said, Infor has its upsides, with many experts on staff and a wide variety of solutions, it offers a broad education and exposure to many types of business cases even if most of the products lack innovation. Because the compensation is competitive and the benefits are good, It is possible to find a good place in Infor, much of your work satisfaction will be derived from your immediate supervisor’s management style.
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OK workplace

OK workplace but they tend to burn people out. Expectation is tons of hours of work and being accessible at all hours if you are in a global position
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The amount of change at this company is high and sometimes not understood

Infor is a great innovative company. However it seems to struggle to organize itself around this. There is constant change at the top which is destabilizing. If you can ignore the constant change this company can be exciting and compensation in some cases could follow

Pros

Exciting

Cons

Constant change
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Infor is a good company

I enjoyed working there. The team in Austin was very nice to work with. It’s a satellite office but a great setup. Management was some what disconnected.
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Stay utilized and get paid, thats all you need to know. Infor never gave me the feeling that I mattered or that they wanted me to do well.

Very antiquated project management metrics create a difficult place for consultants to produce quality results. Travel rules are antiquated and can sometimes create travel days that ridiculously having you cross the country with several stops to arrive at a nonstop destination
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Has growth on Carreer

Work is ok and career growth is clear. Salary is good and fair. Work culture and good and fair. Not much stress at work, work life balance. Managers are supportive.
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Overworked and underpaid

a typical day at work- put fires out in aws, take escalations on support incidents, deploy applications at customer siteswhat you learned- AWSmanagement- Direct management is great, higher up, they just see you as a number.workplace culture- work from homethe hardest part of the job- 12-18 hour daysthe most enjoyable part of the job- The team I am on.

Pros

Work from home

Cons

Overworked, underpaid, and infor wanting to downsize our team even more.
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A great place to gain entry level SaaS knowledge...

Overall I wouldn't say it is a bad place to work. I do think that the organization would benefit STRONGLY from clear requirements/expectations, as well as better communication from fellow employees.
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A lot of departures, No guidance or mentoring

* In my short period there, already a lot of engineers quitted, some of the experienced devs seems not motivated. The tasks assigned are not clear enough and keep changing direction.

Pros

Time flexibility, working from home

Cons

Pay rate below average, everything else
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Based on 589 reviews

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3.7 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.2 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.3 out of 5 stars for Management
3.4 out of 5 stars for Culture

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