Supply Chain Manager - Vendor Manager (Former Employee) – Herndon, Va – January 2, 2014
Great environment for personal expression and team work opportunities. Rewarding experience managing a great team with ability to control procurement activities and agreements with vendors and internal customers.
Field Services Support technician (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – August 15, 2018
Long hours and stressful work environment, demanding customer 24/7. I have learned to be very organized and detail oriented. I have learned management skills and diplomacy when dealing with a customer. The workplace is more focused on the customer and less on the employee. Hardest part of the job are the long hours and being on call in the evenings and on the weekends. The most enjoyable part of the Job is hearing thank you from helping a customer and leaving my work to spend time with family when I am not on call.
QA Lead (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – July 22, 2018
Working at NEC has taught me a lot and I cherish my experience at NEC. You have to be someone who takes initiatives and is active as compared to waiting for supervision, which gives you autonomy and also teaches you responsibility.
Tech Support (Current Employee) – Newton, IA – March 12, 2018
I worked for NEC's technical support call center, and would answer calls and assist customers with their NEC projectors and monitors. The office was very relaxed and all the coworkers were very helpful with any questions I may have had.
Manager (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 21, 2017
Good people with good intentions, But way to much CYA to actually accomplish anything meaningful. Unable to assist customers with real needs, policy this policy that.Upper management is not helpful with real world problem. Just a bunch of VP's failing over and over again and getting promoted.
My experience with NEC was overall positive. Great benefits and a positive work environment with typical challenges for any large corporation. NEC provides tuition assistance and offers online learning material from outside vendors to employees at no additional cost (when I worked there).
The workload can get overwhelming and stressful at times, but if you have the drive and initiative to succeed it can also be rewarding. I developed a lot of personal relationships with coworkers and customers during my time.