Persistent Systems
Happiness rating is 71 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Sandeep Kalra
    88%
    approve of Sandeep Kalra's performance
  • Founded
    1990
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Headquarters
    Pune, IN
  • Link
    Persistent Systems website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 523 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Team Leader in District of Columbia
on August 16, 2022
* Work-life balance could be challenging. * Typical Indian work culture, Manager expects you to shadow offshore resources * Poor 401(K) match * Good projects, but sometimes it's challenging to move up from the bench.
Senior Software Engineer in Remote
on July 26, 2022
It's hard to rate Persistent as on the day-to-day I deal entirely with my client. As far as the dealings I do have with Persistent, it's alright. Company portal is terrible and has so much garbage it can be hard to find any information you're looking for. Pay is low and you get 1 chance every year for a "salary adjustment" in which you have very little negotiating power or even room for discussion.
Project Lead in Littleton Common, MA
on July 20, 2022
Decent company. At the start of pandemic, salary adjustments were first made at top level in effort to keep employees employed. Lots of initiatives in place to give back to communities in native country. Sense of disconnect on US side.
Content Writer in Pinellas Park, FL
on July 7, 2022
The meals were subsidized but great. the employees' physical and mental health was taken care of. The management was great and the leaves were easily provided. The happiness of the workers were of utmost importance to them
Senior Solution Architect in Topsail Beach, NC
on March 15, 2021
The customer consulting work was great and after two years we hit a big contract that supported many engineers. However, they turned around and laid off all US solution architects over 50 years old and substituted Indian engineers with no experience to meet the contracts. A key team of ex-IBM 50+ year old engineers (4 people) have all been laid off or retired in the past year. The company goal is to harvest the US and EU markets for product resale and consulting work using India based staff. I would not recommend this company as it has no global vision.

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