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Senior Business Intelligence Consultant

MicroStrategy Charlotte, NC

MicroStrategy Consultants empower customers to make more informed… questions. To achieve this mission, Consultants work to understand business… TheLadders.com


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Professional Services Delivery Manager

MicroStrategy Houston, TX

successful delivery of consulting services as well as the coordination… Services Manager is also responsible for the management of consulting TheLadders.com


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Senior Consultant

Microstrategy Amsterdam +2 locations

MicroStrategy Consultants empower customers to make more informed… questions. To achieve this mission, Consultants work to understand business… experteer.com


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    interesting & challenging work, cool people, young and fun environment usually, sometimes scattered technology direction

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    Former Employee - Quality Team  in  McLean, VA
    Former Employee - Quality Team in McLean, VA

    I worked at MicroStrategy full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    great benefits, except no tuition re-imbursement - good vacation time off after years build up.
    great people, offers in-building access at hq to a nice gym and a pool table and big-screen tv-break room
    Metro?
    right next to Tysons Mall, lots of good lunch food options to hang with friends
    paid garage parking

    Cons

    garage is often full after mid-morning, hard to find a spot1
    Mall is really hard to commute in and out of during 2 months of Christmas
    Not all managers are really people persons, or have ANY real training
    some requests are beyond achievable and require significant unpaid over-time to work on yet still not reachable

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    train managers to manage people more, not just be technically focused; find a way to mandate time for technology training investment during work hours towards work goals; don't forget to maintain the desired corporate culture

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