On average, employees at Konica Minolta give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Konica Minolta employees are District Sales Managers submitting an average rating of 4.7 and Regional Sales Managers with a rating of 4.6.
"Konica is a good place to work if you’re a young new Salesperson."
"Great environment and lots of services to sell."
"I've worked at Konica Minolta for nine months. Konica Minolta has acquired All Covered an IT division and is currently trying to expand into this footprint. Konica Minolta is primarily known as a copier company and is trying to expand into this arena. The company is very vested in the copier and is having a difficult time releasing the hold on the copier mindset and keeps driving these products."
"Best company I've ever worked for!"
"I've worked for Konica Minolta since 2018 August. I have chosen this project because I got a chance to work on facial recognition AI application. We have a team of 3 and I was the only one working on design and development of the project. I came thought many challenging tasks and we have successfully able to release version 1 of this application."
"Very fun company to work for."
"I've worked for Konica Minolta for 23 years, it is a leader in the copier/services industry. I have been able to grow as a person, a sales professional, and a Leader because of the leadership, coaching and mentoring I've received during my tenor. I am very thankful for having this experience and time here at Konica Minolta, I am even more excited to see where my future can take me."
"I’ve worked with Konica Minolta since August of 2019. At first, I was very excited to work for a company I thought there could be a lot of potential growth in. But that quickly changed. The sales managers do not give you much help or guidance when it was needed. Even if we hit our weekly metrics, there was always something you would get chewed out on. Company as a whole is stuck on selling MPS, (managed print services) but it’s now 2020 and less people want printers/copiers. A lot of empty promises with the money you can make. It would take over 2-3 years to make into the range they tell you you could make in a year. Not a very trustworthy company overall."
"I've worked for Konica Minolta for almost two years and have really enjoyed my time working on the team. They require a lot of training, but you will learn a lot during this time."
"An international company striving to be among the leaders in a digital enterprise space."
"I’ve worked for Konica Minolta in a senior manager role. The company values is very good and a great place to work for. The staff feels appreciated and is very productive in their work load. The company cares for training and career progression."
"Very good company to work for . Stay focused on the reason you are working on the various project, stay committed to the goal."
"I am a highly motivated, well-educated and curious consultant and thought leader. Skilled in Requirements Analysis, Agile and Traditional Project Management, Databases, and Software Development Life Cycle. The role provides me a chance to influence the intersection between people, technology and process… I am able to play a key role in facilitating client’s transformational change impacted by the new technological revolution as a trusted advisor and guide, through often complex and emergent program processes. I am a Project/Program management certification trainee by PMI (PMP), a Certified Change Management practitioner by Prosci (CCMp), a Certified Document Imaging Architect by CompTia (CDIA+), a certified Electronic Content Management practitioner by AIIM (ECMp), and a certified Information Governance practitioner by AIIM (IGp). These certifications and extensive experience cover all major products, technologies and channels. I am confident I will make a significant contribution in this role, if given an opportunity as I possess the creativity and a proven track record in developing advanced solutions architectures."
"Ok I got my start at Minolta. I survived serveral buyouts until the copytronics accusation. Where when stack ranked and one customer complaint at NASA I was out the door, they just wanted to look good... I used to bleed Blue for the company looking at them with the highest regard. Proud of the fact I was with them. With Tony at the helm in the south region a former Danka employee I can’t see the direction that the company is being driven to. All of my former coworkers I still remain in touch with, they all agree that it has become a numbers only game management calls it the matrices. They offered me no protection from termination as a proven professional technician serving over 25 years. Funny the people that made the decisions to terminate me had no time with the company and most likely are not employed there anymore."
"I have worked for Konica Minolta for over 25 years. I have had three promotions that I have worked hard to achieve. The workers can become disenchanted when they see and hear what upper management and the select few are "entitled". Ballgames, limos, expensive dinners out, Broadway plays, golf outings, sports tickets and bonus plans. We want our hour lunch time, we want a yearly bonus, we want lower healthcare, better dental and eye care. Unless you are an executive here, then stay 3-5 years and go to another company."
Konica Minolta has an overall rating of 3.8 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 104 Konica Minolta Review Ratings left anonymously by Konica Minolta employees, which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 93% of employees would recommend working at Konica Minolta.
Konica Minolta employees earn $50,000 annually on average, or $24 per hour, which is 24% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 23 Konica Minolta employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Konica Minolta Salaries by Job Title.
93% of employees would recommend working at Konica Minolta with the overall rating of 3.8 out of 5. Employees also rated Konica Minolta 3.7 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.7 for Rewards You Receive, 3.5 for Growth Opportunities and 3.8 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Konica Minolta is a Vice President of Marketing at $175,000 annually. Browse Konica Minolta Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Konica Minolta is a Project Leader at $20,000 annually. Browse Konica Minolta Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Konica Minolta to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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