"Good place to work for Daimler truck North America. Specifically on legacy modernization platforms and adding value to end users."
"I have worked for Atos for almost 30 years. Since 1990 if have been promoted many times and have had an excellent career."
"Great company to work for 2019."
"I have worked for Atos for over seven years now, and while it is a different company it is also a overall good company to work for."
"Atos is a good company to start off with if one is trying to get their foot in the door and start off as desktop support."
"it is a decent company overall, but terrible at communicating with its employees. HR is even worst."
"It was good working with Atos, but management does not provide all the resources you need."
"These 5 star ratings I see posted must be coming from management - the best thing to come my way in this company was the day I left. Looking in the rear-view mirror of this chapter in my career I see nothing but a dung hill."
"I've worked with Atos India Pvt. Ltd. since September 2012. The profile assigned to me after the training was of a MSSQL Database Administrator for the project COCTEAU having Standard Chartered Bank as the client."
"Nice to work with atos."
"Great company, however does not have much room for advancement."
"I am currently a manager IT, leading a team of analysts and experts with various skills such as; Projects, Storage, Data Protection - in other words Backup and Restore, Database Oracle and SQL, Web Applications, operational systems, and I am also responsible for the first level team, here in Brazil we called the Command Center, are similar like the activities of a NOC (Network operational center)."
"I've worked here for 2 years now. I can say this place has good projects, flexible timing, not so good pay, and not so good career options."
"I have worked for Atos (Actually Siemens Business Services which was acquired by Atos a couple of years ago) for the last 14 years. In the last couple of years I have seen a decline in rational business decisions that is leading Atos away from core business into a complete focus on cloud servicing. Key parts of the business have been sold to other companies that are cooperating now but which could be competitors in the future. The US workforce has been significantly affected, and, as a result, the company will be much less able to compete in the benefits space. In addition, I believe that other core businesses (such as security and data center) are in jeopardy of either being sent to 100% offshore teams or carved out and sold to other competitors in the marketplace."
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