Coordinator III (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – May 14, 2018
A typical day working QAD would begin with checking your email and phones messages to make sure there were not any rushes that need to be done. Next process and issue any effective documents that needed to be switch out in the system and on the floor for operation. After that was completed you would start completing any new and old documents that need to be done for future dates and any projects that was assigned to you.
The internship was a rewarding experience as I became exposed to the world of ERP software and database administration. I was given many opportunities to learn and apply everything that I was being taught. Whether it was data analysis, or incident triage, as a result of my work I grew professionally.
Daily assisted developers in support of customer software issues
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Worked remotely from my home office – February 21, 2014
I was able to work remotely from my home office and interacted with customers and developers from around the world. I enjoyed working with individuals from different countries and different cultures. I found it difficult to have my suggestions for process improvement accepted by management, as I have always been able to do in the past.
The business model of the company is the best that I have seen in my many years of IT centered work. The mission statement of the company is to assist their customers in becoming the most effective business organization they can through the implementation of best practices in their vertical markets and through the use of QAD's excellent business software.
I was able to work remotely and avoid difficult travel
I missed the day-to-day interaction with other employees and customers
Productive workplace with professional environment
Research & Development - Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – January 7, 2014
Most of the workers are intelligent professionals who are respectful and good at what they do. However, it seems that the older age of the average employee that I regularly worked with were tough to adapt to change.
Free lunch, coffee/snacks in kitchen, great location/office with ocean view
Majority of employees middle-age (I'm early 20s) were tough to identify with