"I’ve worked at a subsidiary of Ingram Micro since July 2018. It has been a decent place to work as a developer, but now things are in a state of flux and the things I like about working here are slowly going away."
"Excellent company to work for. I was there for six years and I advanced in my career a great deal while there. They have excellent benefits and great work/life balance."
"Great company with supportive management and many opportunities to grow and develop. You'll always be plugged in with top vendors and resellers; you can go anywhere and succeed when you start at Ingram... or you can stay at Ingram and succeed as well!"
"Worked with IM with strong interpersonal skills and delivering in line with the company objectives."
"Customer facing technical sales is not for everyone. If you enjoy asking questions for what should be obvious and customers that don't know what they want but still expect a solution then this is the job for you."
"I have worked for IM for over 3 years. Up until the last year it was a great place to work. They then took away the work life balance, I was constantly harassed by my boss and when I said something about it, it got worse."
"Worked for 3 years. Not bad."
"Outsourcing, bad project management, lack of leadership, on-call 7 days a week 24 hours a day, no budgets, no strategy, no training."
"I have worked at Ingram Micro for almost 6 years and as a global leader they are a great company to work for. I have an excellent relationship with my current supervisor and the entire purchasing team works well together. The fast paced environment is always a challenge, In my current position however I am very limited in my growth. Recent OPEX cuts have removed possible opportunities and advancement. My annual compensation increases are marginal due to longevity in the position."
"The company is too unstable. It would be more appealing if it was stable, but unfortunately it is now unstable and underpays employees - except for the executives."
"I have worked for Ingram Micro Inc. for two years (2010-2012) and I have found it to be an amazing place for starters as it helps you develop your skills and they entrust you responsibilities and opportunities where you can see the company grow."
"Ingram Micro is a nice company to work for."
"I have worked for 3 years in IM, made some big projects like EDI with Dell and Apple."
"Ingram Micro is an example of a company that is falling behind. They produce over 50 PRINT catalogs per year, which are sent to buyers of companies. The response that I received while in this position, was that the companies did not want these catalogs and were often discarded. The Sr. Group Manager is an inept leader without the desire to fight for his team. Working on computers that are over five years old is no way to remain an industry leader."
"Very behind the times in regards to technological resources.No advancement opportunity, No work life balance. Very low pay for the amount of responsibility you have."
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