More Organized before Buyout
Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) – Olyphant, PA – October 2, 2018
When it was Cinram, there was structure and always room to grow within the company. I've learned a great deal of accounting which I had no background in and I was able to enhance my programming skills utilizing Visual Basic through Excel to enhance the job. From there I was able to further my Oracle/SQL/Unix skills by transitioning to IT. The hardest part was the buyout and the transition into Technicolor. The plan was to close the plant, but because of lack of communication throughout the entire process, we've been extended another year, with our most experienced employees already let go. The most enjoyable part is the people that I have had the opportunity to work with over the past 13 years. They've encouraged me to learn and grow within the company. I'm hoping to find another team as intelligent and as enjoyable to work with.
Lack of communication for our facility