Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at SunGard Financial Systems
- Business Analyst (6)
- Software Engineer (3)
- Manager (2)
- Consultant (2)
- Associate (1)
- Associate Analyst (1)
- Systems Administration (1)
- Product/Program Manager (1)
- Specialist Product Development (1)
- Account Executive Sales (1)
- Engineer(Product Development) (1)
- Graduate Training Program (1)
- Tax and Compliance Accountant (1)
- Software Analyst (1)
- Client Service Specialist (1)
- Operations Analyst (1)
- Intern (1)
- Account Executive (1)
- Senior Software Engineer (1)
- Technology (1)
- Graduate (1)
- Graduate Consultant (1)
- Graduate Software Developer (1)
- Senior Engineer (1)
- Senior Associate (1)
- Systems Analyst (1)
- Finance Executive (1)
- Sales Manager (1)
- IT Auditor (1)
- IT Consultant (1)
I applied through other source. The process took 6+ months – interviewed at SunGard Financial Systems (New York, NY) in June 2012.
Had multiple(8 face to face and 4 telephonic) interview rounds and 2 lunches with the hiring team. Seems like they really wanted to make sure that they hire someone who is exactly what they need. Overall the process was smooth and everyone was very helpful. Yet, I did not get reimbursed for my travel for interview purposes, which I was been told I would be reimbursed. The process took almost 5 months which was painful. The hiring team was great and people were really smart. For me, I approached senior management via social networking and thus got my interviews. It was very important to impress the management to keep things moving.
There was no negotiation at all. The salary is towards the lower side of average but in this economy, it was ok. I had another offer but in SunGard, learning curve is steep and that was one of my requirements.
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The process took 2+ months – interviewed at SunGard Financial Systems (Boston, MA) in March 2008.
Hiring process was a lot longer than it should have been. The first interview was on campus with the manager. Questions were very basic and non-intimidating. Second interview consisted of meeting with various of members of the team - again very basic and non-intimidating. Offer was not formally sent until many weeks of false promises that it would be in the mail soon.
- What would you do if you were speaking with an upset client? Answer Question
Do not stop interviewing at other firms even if a verbal offer is made.