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16 days ago

TRIRIGA Application Consultant - Business Analytics and Strategy

IBM Washington, DC

• Develop process diagrams, use cases, gap analysis, and functional design documents • Interact with customers to ensure documentation of… IBM

20 days ago

Information Technology Senior Consultant: Cognos/Datastage

IBM Washington, DC

• At least 5 years experience in Cognos and/or DataStage Programming. • At least 3 years experience in administering/troubleshooting reporting… IBM

16 days ago

Federal Smarter Workforce Solutions Technical Sales Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

Sales Consultant (FSWSTSC) to join our team. As a FSWSTSC, the candidate will be IBM's consultant to our clients,… IBM

12 days ago

Watson Health - Technical Sales Consultant - Phytel

IBM Washington, DC

The Technical Sales Consultant will report to the Senior Vice President of Sales and will work closely with the extended Sales team… IBM

18 days ago

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud Financial Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

). Position requires 100% travel. Be a Package Solution Consultant IBM

10 days ago

CIO Advisory Services Consultant, CIO Advsiory & Cloud Center of Competence

IBM Washington, DC

•Assist in defining CIO Advisory portfolio of offerings •Assist in defining CIO Advisory Cloud Strategies •Provide leadership to bring… IBM

17 days ago

IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Entry Level Consultant - Commercial Sector

IBM Washington, DC

• Teaming on all phases of engagement to plan, build, and implement advanced business solutions. • Establishing new… IBM

12 days ago

Senior Managing Consultant Retail Multi Channel, eCommerce, Order Management

IBM Washington, DC

of the Senior Managing Consultant will be to assist in driving consulting IBM

18 days ago

Warehouse Management System (WMS) Managing Consultant - Business Analytics & Strategy

IBM Washington, DC

IBM is looking for a senior logistics/distribution and WMS resource to lead WMS projects from a functional design, testing, configuration, and… IBM

12 days ago

Senior Managing Consultant - Energy and Utilities - Business Analytics and Strategy

IBM Washington, DC

Typical client engagements for the BA&S Senior Managing Consultant include Advanced Metering and Smart Grid, business and… IBM

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    Having IBM on your resume, it is a recognized company, the benefits are great because they cover everything. They have full coverage on the employee which is great. The starting pay is also reasonable, but moving up is difficult. It depends on the performance of the company. The bonuses are reasonable. Last year because of good performance, we got an 8% bonus. The w3 is the best internal intranet that made communication and structure of IBM easy to understand. Connecting with others through yearly training events was also a nice advantage at IBM. The health rebates of $250 were also great in promoting the health of their employees.


    bureaucracy, minimal opportunities for advancement, limited opportunities for career development and moving around to different projects. Requesting for continuing education was difficult, there was too many requirements in the degree work study program. Training was limited, even if requested by manager. Service Area Managers are not all the same across the board, some are more attentive in fighting for their employees and some aren't. Once you get onto a project, it is difficult to get off and find another project to rollover to because the requirements for the positions require several years of experience, in which an entry level employee does not have

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    I would say that more consideration for their employees. The reason I left was due to the paycuts for their IT specialists. It was not fair for people working on fixed price contracts.

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