"Summary IT professional since 1997 12 years of experience in C / C++ development 8 years of experience in Web development 4 years of experience in Management ________________________________________________________ Education IT Management BSc 2010 Computer Science and Mathematics BSc 1995 Certifications and trainings in C++, C#, MFC and OOP, UML ________________________________________________________ Awards 1 Jan 2008: CodeProject.com MVP (MOST VALUABLE PERSON) 23 Jul 2007: Monthly competition winner: Best ASP.NET article of Jun 2007"
"IBM is very good organization to work but in terms of financial growth, this is not right place to spend time."
"I have worked for close to 5 years with this company. It has helped me to grow in my job as well as helped me to learn different aspects of the IT Industry. It has also helped me to participate in charitable work to help children and poor people."
"Waste of time, only good for padding your resume. The pay is awful, the perks are awful, they never do anything on time, they lie and make up excuses about pay, and you can never move up. Once you're in a position, no matter how good you are, they never let you progress in the company."
"Good company, strong customer focus and emphasis on personal development."
"Great company to work for. I loved my time there."
"Overall great Company. The supervisors are great and are very understanding. Work atmosphere is awesome. The pay is very underpaid."
"I joined IBM as part of an acquisition and the shift from start up, small company to big blue was difficult, there's a lot more bureaucracy and politics at play that slows things down. One thing to be aware of is that you will be competing with your co-workers and not working with them towards a better technology."
"IBM is the worst company in the world. Avoid them at all costs. If they sucker you into a job with them, be aware that they will replace you with Indians the second they are able to. All the profits of IBM go to the top execs. You will receive almost none of it"
"I am working in IBM from Nov 2005."
"Love the challenges that may be presented at any time. Like staying a top the latest technologies. That being said, my company does not provide enough training to better help the client."
"Very good place to work. Good salary. Competitive product development."
"IBM is the best place to learn new technologies and business models. They have been the driving force in innovations and industry solutions world wide. During my 9 years I learnt lot of best practices, new technologies and collaborated with some of the best brains of the world. Only negative that I can think of is that IBM is not among the best salary payers."
"I worked for IBM for 16 years. My last position within the Accounts Receivable team was challenging and sometimes rewarding. One of the major downfalls were some of the outdated tools that we used to perform AR duties. I was a part of the best AR team within IBM "Atlanta". The Atlanta center was the absolute best at $$$ collections. Our team was a great team. Nothing like working with a group of individuals that know how to be great teamers. Great managers and peers. IBM overall lost the best of the best when they decided to outsource all of our positions in March 2014. I believe we would all be a great gain/employees for any other company."
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