NCR Jobs & Careers in Alpharetta, GA

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19 hrs ago

Senior Software Quality Engineer – new

NCR Duluth, GA

& KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: The Senior Software Quality Engineer is responsible for a clean launch and continuous improvement of the Software…

5 days ago

Senior Windows Developer

NCR Duluth, GA

& KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY The NCR Services organization provides critical break/fix and value added managed services to thousands of customers…

19 hrs ago

IT Portfolio Manager – new

NCR Duluth, GA

The Portfolio Manager is responsible for managing a portfolio of IT investment programs and ensuring business value meet or exceeds stakeholder…

19 hrs ago

Quality Engineer – new

NCR Atlanta, GA

We’re helping our customers respond to the demand for fast, easy and convenient transactions with intuitive self-service and assisted-service…

3 days ago

Software Engineer - C#, ASP.Net

NCR Atlanta, GA

& KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: A software engineer at NCR has direct impact on millions of lives every day. Transactions happening at restaurants…

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NCR Chairman, President & CEO Bill Nuti
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642 Ratings

    Smart people, market leading products. Has a chance to be more agile

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    Current Employee - Product Manager in Alpharetta, GA
    Current Employee - Product Manager in Alpharetta, GA

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    Very smart people, generous time-off. Needless to say a company this size has more than enough resources to carry out projects. Office space is comfortable, great location. I would recommend the company to people who are used to the "big company" feel, however, not for you if you value a more start-up feel.


    Very bottom-line driven. Leadership has a chance to be more product oriented. Projects underway are not generally best for product but best for bottom line. Not enough training for new employees. It feels the company is having a hard time in transitioning from a services company to a product company. This change needs to come from the top down and C-level management feels very old school.

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    While financial performance is important, being product-oriented is more important.
    The environment is very normal for a company this size (which is ok if that's your ticket) but technology jobs must have a more start-up feel to get the best out of employees.

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