Network Technician (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – October 3, 2017
A typical day here can be a simple slow day or a full day with a fast paced work schedule. It is important to be mindful of your time and be able to schedule your days accordingly. You area always learning new things and advancing your certificates as new operating systems come out.
can have down time or slow weeks which cause you to have a low paycheck period.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 17, 2017
*Working contract restrictions is challenging, but necessary *If you cannot get proper instructions, make your ideas for success known *Management cannot always provide answers in a timely manner for your customers *Culture not explained *The hardest part of the job was to leave items unresolved *The most enjoyable moment was knowing my customer was happy enough to hire my entire team.
Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – June 1, 2017
MicroAge was dying when I worked there. They split into two different companies shortly after I joined and the transition was not as smooth as they planned. Management treated me like an unfaithful spouse when I finally left but people were being escorted out by security whenever the company decided to drop them - almost no notice and not much respect. Glad I left! I don't think they even exist any more. A shame. They USED to be a great company.
Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – March 15, 2017
This company provided a positive environment for any to grow and achieve their personal and professional goals. I was able to learn and grow my professional and personnel growth to how a company should run their business. They were true to their values, morals, and ethics. Providing a work place to be proud of and motivating each of us to exceed in our goals. They provided a true open door policy that enhanced employee moral that lead to increased productivity.
Core staff (Former Employee) – Santa Maria, CA 93454 – May 26, 2016
Hard work taking calls all day with few brakes. How to truly multitask as i took calls on the phone. Management was suppose to bring me up to level 2 but ended up letting me go due to miscommunication on their part. Coworkers were mixed up but manageable. Hardest part was doing both calls and logging the call precisely Hardest part was the coworkers.
Technical Support Tech (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 11, 2015
MicroAge was a good place to work. They outsourced us to different clients. Work day consisted of desktop support at the location assigned. Work orders were assigned and followed through until completion
Good company to work for. Hard work was acknowledged
On-Site Computer Technician (Former Employee) – Sault Ste. Marie, ON – February 17, 2015
I can strongly say that this company is the best place I have every worked for. I was based at the Essar Steel plant. The co-workers were absolutely the best. They were so much help. I can't stress enough how much I liked working there.
great managament , fun environment , good compensation
Pinacor Customer Service rep and Account Manager (Former Employee) – Tempe , AZ – February 9, 2015
Was a great place to work , learned a lot about the technology industry , distribution , Different customer needs , Customer service. Variety of tasks in your job during the day , Fun activities to keep you engaged in sales promos.
End-User Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Beaverton, OR – November 25, 2014
MicroAge was well suited for individuals that wanted to get there foot in the door to IT. They were supportive of all there contractors and treated them fairly. Our lead stayed connected to us and always willing to get information or lend a hand.
Company was local and stay active with their Contractor. Very supportive.