PTS Consulting Group

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16 days ago

User Experience and Relationship Management (UXRM) Executive

PTS Consulting New York, NY

The User Experience and Relationship Management Executive is responsible to ensure every product achieves the userrsquos specified goals with… Dice


28 days ago

Technology Telecom and Infrastructure Engineer - RCDD

PTS Consulting New York, NY

include Work closely with client representatives, architectural and engineering design team members and cable installation contractors on projects… Dice


4 days ago

Bilingual Japanese Accountant

PTS Group New York, NY

We are seeking a bilingual Japanese candidate who will ultimately develop into a full back-up to the Controller of the Bank. This candidate will… Glassdoor


PTS Consulting Group Reviews

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    I worked at PTS Consulting Group full-time

    Pros

    The company has some brand-name clients with high-value projects. Accordingly, there are opportunities for interesting experiences and industry networking if assigned to the right projects.

    Cons

    The culture embodies the worst traits of their banking clients. Pay is far below industry peers and there is no room for advancement. Management has accepted that young employees will leave, and therefore treat them with little respect.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The company has poor financial controls and accepts work that doesn't fit the economics of IT infrastructure consulting. Overhead needs to be substantially cut. Stop paying premiums to acquire companies that offer fringe ("complimentary") services, and use the cash to retain employees and develop core businesses.

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