ACI Worldwide – Princeton, NJ
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ACI Worldwide – Norcross, GA
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ACI Worldwide – New York, NY
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I have been working at ACI Worldwide full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Nice benefits, above average vacation accrual, flexible hours, a few fun events.
Great people to work with, the employees care, are very knowledgeable and helpful.
Middle managers treat employees as best as they are allowed to.
There is always plenty of work available.Cons
Senior management has very little trust by the employee base.
They are more focused on themselves and their compensation than on what's good for the company.
There is lots of management, but very little leadership.
They care more about the stock price than they do about the employees, customers, and products.
They are so focused on the short term numbers that they ignore the long term health of the company.
Rather than admit to glaring mistakes in their decisions, they prefer to gloss it over and pretend it was all part of their genius plan, but they really don't fool anyone.
Lots of smoke and mirrors, but it doesn't seem the management understands how to run a healthy software solution development organization.Advice to ManagementAdvice
If you can't figure out how to lead people and gain their trust through actually caring about them and showing that you value them, then consider moving on so someone can run this company that cares more about its long term success than any short term benefit they might derive from it.
Move headquarters and managers back to where the employees are, rather than distancing yourselves from the people you are supposed to be leading.
Admit to your mistakes and move on. When you try to cover them up, it just makes you look like you are too full of yourself to be honest with us.
Listen to your reports and work as a team with them. The bully pulpit shuts the door on better decisions.
If you take care of your employees, your employees will be able to produce better products and provide excellent support to your customers, your customers will want to do more business with you and the numbers will be better long term, and the right investors will recognize that and the real value of that company will take care of the stock price.
You can't have strong employee engagement and regular layoffs at the same time. I suggest you pick the former, but don't expect to have both.Negative OutlookDisapproves of CEO