It's a sweat shop that micro-manages to an extreme. They're losing top talent and seem happy about it as they replace American labor with overseas developers that don't have opinions and won't buck when slapped around like a red-headed step-child. Very abusive treatment. Insulting.
Huge potential as a business model. There are some good guys and managers there.
Tyrannical leadership of portal practice prevents any job satisfaction.
Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 2, 2018
I have been at Xtivia for almost a year now and have enjoyed being part of this friendly, dynamic and expanding team. I am privileged to be part of a team that respects each other and always is there to help out when needed. Our company has grown a lot this last year and everyone in has given 110% to ensure that our employees feel welcome and part of our family. The Xtivia culture is one of family and longevity. People don't want to leave, they want to stay because they are appreciated, respected and have flexibility. I feel very fortunate to be an Xtivia employee and look forward to what lies ahead.
Flexibility, Career Advancement, Family-Oriented, Fantastic Team
XTIVIA has many departments with whom I interact daily. My team has members around the country and we work together very smoothly. We look out for each other every day and learn from each other. We have smart employees from all over the world working on numerous projects. Xtivia has good long-term vision and a terrific leadership team.
Relaxed environment, easy access to management, ability to work remotely if desired
Enterprise Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – March 9, 2016
Xtivia was a good place to work. Management cared about the employees and provided a nice place to work. A typical day was working on clients systems and keeping them up to date with patches or upgrades. The most enjoyable part of the job was the role of a consultant and being able to work with clients.
Oracle linux admin (Former Employee) – austin, tx – May 2, 2012
They failed to pay on time. They said I would get paid when they got paid. When you are w2 AND there is no dispute about hours worked they are required to pay you. If you end up working for them and you are w2 AND They dont pay on time report it to labor board right away. Do not wait two weeks.