Client Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 5, 2017
Working for a technology firm allowed me to learn numerous of skills I did not have the luxury to learn in school. In this position I was relied upon to be a interrupter between our firm's developers and the needs/wants of our biggest clients.
Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 22, 2016
Fun place to work. Great atmosphere. Great place to grow. Been there for 9+ yrs and its time to move to something else. Learned more about Virtualization and Networking than any other time in my career.
Project Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 17, 2013
Overall, it was a positive experiences. My coworkers were talented people and I enjoyed my time there. It just ended up not being the place I wanted to be in order to to the calibre of work that I feel I am capable of producing.
lots of free stuff like coffee, soda, candy, cereal, chips, etc... fairly frequent employee parties too.
upper management was under qualified, bad at managing themselves.
System Engineer (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 1, 2013
I love working with the people in my team here and everyone is pretty friendly. Benefits are great and I have never had payroll issues. As far as direction in the company and room for advancing up the corporate ladder, make sure you find out what your specific department does and where people in that department tend to move to, cause you could end up in a hole where there is no room to move up and you're stuck with the same thing for years.
Great health benefits, friendly environment, free breakfast and employee parties
No sense of direction, trust seems to be lacking in areas.
Great talent and driven people to work with, but directionless leadership.
BA (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 17, 2012
Great culture and staff of talented people in their fields to work with here. Absolutely horrible management philosophy to work under. It is directionless, and unable to communicate anything to the rank and file, and trying to get a clarified position of where the company is going, let alone where it needs to go, will get you labeled a 'maverick' with whatever 'flavor of the month' is en vogue with the current leadership. Company needs to have a real executive team brought in, and given authority to set a vision and execute on it.