Senior Program Manager, Director Bus. Dev. (Former Employee) – Germantown, MD – February 14, 2018
Consultation/ Program Management/ Business Development - Federal Agencies. IT Partner Management. Integrators. Fortune 100 companies and small companies both. Daily: 4-6 hours of research and preparation; 4-6 hours of Solutions orientation.
Areas of Application and Integration: Systems integration, communication, Big Data, Web sites,
Excellent senior management. Presentations and strategy sessions with Senior Management.
Excellent engineering, a caring and hard working group - excellent rapport. Team Building.
Most difficult to negotiate with home office personnel, especially when solutions went across divisional boundaries o business units.
The teams were a delight to work with. Great chemistry. Excellent managmen in government systems group.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 17, 2018
This place provides the perfect opportunity to work hard and at the same time provide the needed work life balance for you and your family. There was also a good health balance as they have a gym as well.
Quality Assurance Manager/Test Manager (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – June 12, 2018
NCR has a history of "Never Completely Restructured". It's always changing managers and management chains. It's almost impossible to develop any working history wtith anyone except immediate co-workers.
Customer Engineer Level II (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – June 11, 2018
The benefits were outstanding. When I started working there I had quite a bit of autonomy to make my own decisions. By the time I left, that was all gone. My day was micro managed down to the minute & it was incredibly stressful.
Vacation time, 1 hour lunch breaks, benefits.
Management style, forced overtime, mandatory on-call shifts for 9 consecutive days as often as every 3 weeks.
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – June 10, 2018
I wasn't at NCR for long as it was a summer internship but loved my time there along with the friendly nature of my department. Most enjoyable part of my job was working with other interns throughout the program and finally sharing our projects with the other interns and full time employees.
Finance Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 10, 2018
NCR's stated vision is lead as a market innovator however so many of the companies practices are manual in nature driven by spreadsheets with minimal automation. The level of redundancy for a company this size is astounding.
No information sharing across LOB's, Very Manual/redundant processes, lack of vision, Very short sighted.
Customer Service Engineer (Current Employee) – United States – June 7, 2018
A customer engineer is a good place to start, but I recommend to move early. It is the most expendable position at NCR and often the most forgotten. The hardest part of the job is not having any work to do but needing to account for every minute of your day. If you like to work outside of the office, then you will like the customer engineer position, but if you are not a people person don't even try it. Building a good relationship with your customer is key to having a manageable day.
Little supervision, vehicle provided, every day can be a new experience
Irregular work availability. Poor work life balance.
Level 2 Computer Technician/Support (Former Employee) – Salinas, CA – June 5, 2018
as a ce2 I was working for this company for almost over four years. the work culture was fine but the management and leadership is a whole different ball game. upper management keeps changing policy almost every time they get sued by an ex ncr employee and to top things off they like to give you empty promises. they will demand more work than the pay will compensate in the industry to start. it a shame because this company wouldn't stand behind their middle management and help the company grow but instead they push out good techs in favor for less skilled and more compliant workers.
Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – May 22, 2018
All of the accounting positions are labeled financial analyst. Room to grow. At times there is no training or NCR will implement a new procedure and after announcing the new procedure it will take several days to have access to the new procedure.
Customer Engineer II (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – May 21, 2018
Ncr is a good company for a beginner but not so much for long-term growth. Ncr does not value their employees as much as they should., Management is borderline poor with a few good Territory managers with field experience are the best managers all the other ones only care about the numbers with no real understanding of what the tech does in the field.
CE ll Technician (Former Employee) – Eugene, OR – May 15, 2018
NCR puts up a good front but for a large corporation they seemed very incompetent. most of their support team is overseas (Serbia and India) to avoid corporate tax and US employment laws. pretty poor HR and territorial managers I worked with had no answers when asked technical questions. Most people their just spend the day casting blame and covering their but to keep their job. Not a friendly environment to work in.