Senior Software Specialist (Current Employee) – INDIA NOIDA – October 2, 2019
Satisfactory , The biggest challenge here again salary concern. There should.be salary correction as per grade wise. Unfortunately it is not here like the person below grade may have salary more than you.
No trust on the employees only depends on sapience report. Career opportunities are very less, Long hours of work. No proper top-level management in forecasting the opportunities for the company and employees.
As a fresher NTT data was a boon. The management is very friendly and they were ready to cross train me into BI. So learning wise they give a lot of importance and also ensure we gain the knowledge by screening us
the company has a few good projects, not all. a less pressuring work and can have a good life. Salaries are very basic and bonus are pretty bad. good for people who looks to have a relaxed work after 10-15 years experience.
The Management is not that great and they tend to deviate a lot from the Goals send during quarterly fiscal and change based on Project deals Good to start a career here but would rather suggest to hop on after a couple of years
Good Learning Curve if in Product Development Team
Productive work place with good work culture and with a good recreating facilities.
Senior software developer (Former Employee) – HYDERABAD, INDIA – February 13, 2018
I really felt good working in this company. It has a great infrastructure facilities and a very good company to grow with the organisation. This company helps every employee with their benefits and also has a home like environment.
Its a decent place to work for. Management atleast for the team that I worked for could have been better. Lot of scope in improving project management and very little people management. The project management was strictly based on customer deliverables with sometimes unclear priorities.
Senior Software Dev Advisor (Current Employee) – Bangalore, Karnataka – September 18, 2017
Productive & Work life Balance, provides good learning atmosphere. Learned new technologies. Very Less oppurtnities. Very less employee preference. Flat hierarchy Salary increment is with the incentive structure and not with the ctc
Good option for freshers. Could learn more things upon their interest. But the HR department would classify people for technological works irrationally purely depend on the college we studies and interview experience based on brand management talent, irrespective of your core branch. I mean to say a mechanical engineer would be working as a ERP developer whereas a CS engineer would be a manual tester.
Can jump from one technology to another. On-site opportunities for freshers in few projects.
Full politics, money minded delivery managers, initially you would be placed in some stupid technology at some far place.