A poor example of what a services company should be
Employee (Former Employee) – Downtown – January 10, 2019
Perficient acquires companies at an alarming rate. As of writing this there have been at least 33 acquisitions. Imagine trying to merge together 33 different companies, sales processes, marketing processes, benefits programs, management structures, etc. Most of the company's focus and energy is not directed as solving client problems, but at creating internal processes to 'streamline' workflow. The vision of the organization makes sense, but it's poorly executed and has resulted in a very poor example of what a services company should be. As they acquire companies, they revoke benefits that were promised to employees years ago. If you want to work for an extremely traditional company, Perficient may be great for you. It could not, however, be described as progressive or innovative, and it will likely attract and retain an aging sector of the workforce which prefer the more traditional business to the dynamic, fast paced, and agile service agencies of the future.
Large organization with layers to advance through
Culturally destructive. Bureaucratic and corporate. Process focused, not client focused.