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10 days ago

Mdm Analyst, Finance

IMS Health Plymouth Meeting, PA

MDM Analyst, Finance Plymouth Meeting, PA At IMS, we look for the very best people, and then give them meaningful work to do. We dont simply think… jobsradar.com


13 days ago

Human Resources Business Partner At Ims Health In , P

IMS Health Plymouth Meeting, PA

Human Resources Business Partner Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA At IMS, we look for the very best people, and then give them meaningful work to do… jobsradar.com


22 days ago

Financial Manager

IMS Health Plymouth Meeting, PA

Financial Manager Plymouth Meeting, PA At IMS, we look for the very best people, and then give them meaningful work to do. We dont simply think… jobsradar.com


30+ days ago

Senior Principal - Provider Solutions

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

Coordinate responses to all received and assigned RFI’s and RFPs. Focus on customer needs and build a comprehensive understanding of issues/concerns… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Account Manager, Provider Solutions

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

Continually advance partnership to embed products and services within customers’ organizations… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director of Sales, US

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

Ensures the quarterly and full year revenue targets are met by providing leadership to the sales team and coordinates the involvement of IMS… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Survey Methodologist

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

This position will support advancement of methodologies in Rx and Sales services including new offerings and contingency modeling for data… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Statistical Methodology

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

Master degree in Statistics, Economics/Econometrics, or in related fields with at least 8 yearsof relevant experiences. Experience with syndicated… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Global Marketing

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

This marketing leader will help build Health brand awareness and strengthen the company’s positioning through multi-channel marketing and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Engagement Manager, Commercial Effectiveness (East Coast)

IMS Health Incorporated Plymouth Meeting, PA

Contributes to proposal preparation and/or modifications including overall bid integrity. Develops project plan with timelines and deliverables and… Ivy Exec


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IMS Health Chairman and CEO Ari Bousbib
Ari Bousbib
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  • Helpful (2)

    Frustrating at times, but a notable improvement vs. 2 years ago. Employees have to be in it for the long haul.

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Technical Architect in Collegeville, PA
    Current Employee - Technical Architect in Collegeville, PA
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    Positive Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at IMS Health full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    + Work / Life balance in most non-consulting positions + Death-march projects are rare to non-existent. Putting your career on cruise-control is possible while still inching up the compensation ladder. + Benefits + In all but one role I've been in, the immediate co-workers and managers watch your back

    Cons

    - Career advancement is slow paced; much like the environment. - Autonomy has to be fiercely fought for and defended at every turn. - Technologist culture is still stuck back in the 80's, but at least now pays lip service to modernity. - Sr. Management still has no good way to accurately value knowledge workers. In-sourcing to India is an overall improvement vs outsourcing, but still can't compare to real, co-located development teams in the US and EMEA where the majority of development is done. - Many of the highest value employees have found that the only way to get proper compensation is to leave and come back, or leave and become a consultant; many just simply leave.

    Advice to Management

    There is still an inconsistency between the stated strategies of product leadership and customer centricity and the actual budgets. There's a difference between being cost conscious and being penny-wise, pound-poor. We employees need to hear that while top-line driven EBITDA growth is the motive, and will drive the terminal value when the company is sold / re-IPO'ed, it's not the goal. Revenue growth isn't treated like a consequence of the right strategy and action. The "hub and spoke" model is still resulting in functional silos and is frankly not working. I strongly believe that all portfolio and infrastructure projects can be done in a local, federated fashion by co-located teams and that technology principles and standards can drive consistency and reuse internationally. If we are a technology company, and our success is measured by the amount of functionality within working software that we deliver, then we need to abandon the silo-ed approach and hire more, real software developers who are generalists and polyglots.


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