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Developer I

QS/1 Spartanburg, SC

Performs product design implementation, defect verification, release testing, and support on various application software projects. Requires a… QS/1

6 days ago

Systems Development Engineer

QS/1 Spartanburg, SC

Qualified candidate will analyze, research, design, develop, debug, maintain and test software applications that support online transaction… QS/1

6 days ago

Associate Customer Support Agent

QS/1 Spartanburg, SC

Provides technical support to customers, answering questions on function and usage of product via the telephone and/or Internet. Serves as primary… QS/1

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    QS/1 is good for the area

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    I have been working at QS/1 full-time for more than 10 years


    For the area the corporate office is located, it is a good company. The pay is average to above average. The benefits are average to above average. Stock options available. 401k is awesome.


    For a technology company, they are years behind. With the money the company makes, they could be cutting edge in the pharmacy software area again, but it would appear they have gotten fat and happy waiting on retirement. They are still riding on the back of the genius, Mr. Smith, that started the company. They need a modern Mr. Smith to spark a new era of innovation and inspiration.

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    Take a look at the buddy system and nepotism there. I know the corporate world is a lot about "who you know", but you pass up a lot of high potential employees for somebody's golf buddy, cousin, nephew, in-law, spouse, child, etc. Hiring or promoting those people are fine as long as they are computer savvy people that will bring something to the workplace, not take away from it. Re-evaluate who you have working there. If they cannot tell you what version of Windows they are running or figure out how to navigate within a new operating system, trim the fat and get people in there that do know how. You have a knee high stack of resumes of people in the area waiting for a chance to shine.

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