IDS (International Decision Systems)

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30+ days ago

Lead Financial Analyst – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for corporate-wide budgeting and forecasting, and provides insight into current operations… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Learning and Development Manager – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

• Develop training plans by analyzing gaps in requirements and relevant learning needs, and select learning or other appropriate solutions to solve… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Application Consultant – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

Works as a consulting team member or an individual consultant on for-fee product implementation, enhancement, integration, conversion… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Technical Integration Consultant – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

The Sr. Technical Integration Consultant works with IDS clients to make IDS software products operate properly in their enterprise architecture. Each… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior DBA Principal Consultant – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

IDS provides enterprise software and solutions based on Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle database products. The Senior DBA will provide strategic… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Director, Implementation Services – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

The Professional Services Implementation Director emphasis is on leading and managing Application Implementation related activities in the IDS… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager – easy apply

International Decision Systems Minneapolis, MN

International Decision Systems, Inc. is a world-class developer of enterprise software products for the commercial finance industry. Headquartered in… Glassdoor

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Michael Campbell
15 Ratings

    Challenging but Rewarding

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    Current Employee - Technical Writer in Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Technical Writer in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at IDS (International Decision Systems) full-time (more than an year)


    You are held to high standards, the work is challenging and you are given a fair amount of responsibility. You learn a lot. Not only do you learn about the software that the company maintains, but you learn a lot about the industry. It can be pretty interesting. You work with some of the biggest fortune 100 and 500 companies in the country and get great visibility to their businesses. Great for networking. Pretty great perks (PTO, benefits, salary), you work in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, which is a huge plus especially for the summer time. Once you are in, they really do seem to go to bat for you and really want to make sure you stick around. The average employee has been here for 8-10 years, so a lot of tenure. Good transparency between management and the teams.


    There is very little to no training and this is a huge problem in the company. It will take you 1 year (avg) to feel comfortable on the job because you have to learn so much on your own. I hope that this can change. Some of the teams have an Us vs. Them mentality which can hurt the culture. At times certain groups can be very clicky. Teams are silos of information and it can be difficult to figure out where to go to get what you need to know. Because there is so much work to do and because of how challenging the work is, you can easily get the impression that people are not very friendly. Some clients are rude and this can make for a stressful team atmosphere. No 401k match. If you are on a support team, you will be very stressed and you will work way more than 40 hours a week. Some teams offer the ability for you to WFH while others don't which can create some issues. Some employees are required to fill out their time cards weekly, while others can never fill out their timesheets and still get paid, no consistency.

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    Offer training! There needs to be a training and development team here at IDS that takes on the task of training new hires and making sure the employees are up to date on industry standards. There should also be more of a focus on personal growth and development. Please institute a 401k match.

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