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Senior Linux Systems Administrator

NICE Systems Atlanta, GA

This position will be part of our Voice of the Customer solution team. NICE’s real-time Voice of the Customer (VoC) solution provides both a holistic… Glassdoor

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Java Software Developer

Merced Systems Atlanta, GA

• Develop, enhance, and implement NICE Actimize solutions for the financial services industry Must Have Skills • Experience with Windows/Linux… Glassdoor

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Director of Professional Services - Capital Markets Compliance

Merced Systems New York, NY

• Leading multiple analytical applications implementation projects simultaneously • Building and maintaining solid client relationships with… Glassdoor

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Sr. Director Professional Services Fraud

Merced Systems New York, NY

• Ultimate P&L accountability for the Americas Fraud Practice represented by a pipeline of services bookings and a project portfolio of multiple… Glassdoor

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VP, Product Management Quality and Performance Management

NICE Systems Redwood City, CA

The contact center is the main hub of interaction between most companies and their customer base. Across industries, this is a primary connection… Glassdoor

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    High Growth, High Expectations, Lack of support

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at NICE Systems full-time


    Has a strong brand and a great product. Strategic vision is coming together. Most of their employees go above and beyond what they should be expected to do to fill the gaps because of understaffing.


    There seems to be a glass ceiling for Americans, especially women. Everyone is expected to do the work of 2 people. It is hard to give high customer service because of lack of resources/investment in services and infrastructure.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Instead of focussing on growth for the sake of growth, ramp up the infrastructure so that your employees will be able to support the growth that you want.