Software Analysts give their job an average rating of 3.8 out of 5.0. The Software Analysts happiest with their jobs are employed by JPMorgan with an average rating of 5.0 while the Software Analysts least happy with their jobs work for Credible with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"They had some good people working really hard but leadership was so bad"
"You'll be treated like an expandable machine. Despite the decent pay, the terrible job and atmosphere make it not worth it."
"I like my job, especially when I work with a quality company and good management."
"I love my job, but I think we should be payed little more!"
"Naturesouq is the best platform to online buy and sell the different products related to Electronics, Books, Clothes, Accessories, Home furnishing and much more."
"I love the satisfaction when receiving feedback from internal and external departments about how much my applications help aid company objectives. The only thing I "hated" was when given unclear requirements for upgrades and new features. From that experience, I learned to ask a lot of questions to ensure the requirements were exactly what the customer were expecting."
"I am happy being a software analyst."
"I enjoy analysis because it provides insight to the business environment, and, due to the stakeholder management involved, as I prefer interaction with customers."
"Find a defect and try to understand it. Also I enjoyed giving suggestions regarding application improvement and App feedback to the Stack holder."
"Software analysis is a diligent process and it requires collaboration and insight from the part of software developers. When software developers hit out at you for irrelevant reasons, you feel that you are being bullied for doing your job."
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