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30+ days ago

MongoDB Developer

Saicon Consultants Inc. New York, NY

LOcation New York, NY Duration 12 Months Consultant will be working to support and run their MongoDB environment - already in use they have… Dice


7 days ago

Markit EDM (Cadis) Developer

Saicon Consultants Inc. New York, NY

This person will have 3-4 years of past enterprise level experience working closely with other IT teams to help them integrate with various systems… Dice


30 days ago

Java Developer with Vignette Experience

Saicon Consultants Inc. New York, NY

This person will have 6 ndash 8 years of experience with systems consulting, development and systems engineering in software projects, this will… Dice


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Saicon Consultants Founder & President Swati Yelmar
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    Built on quick sand....

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    Current Employee - Software Programmer  in  Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Software Programmer in Kansas City, MO

    I have been working at Saicon Consultants full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    A staffing company that aspires to be a professional services company, pays median salary, hires a lot of H1B employees - both its own and other staffing company H1Bs.

    Cons

    They have very poor quality operational management skills. The operating environment is very chaotic and produces lots of errors and poor quality. There is lots of fighting among family members who work in this company and the family members are allowed to cause suboptimal corporate performance. They push the envelope ethically to win business and this will probably catch up with them eventually. The key to the growth of their federal government business has been to develop relationships with federal procurement managers and contract evaluators by hiring them and their family members after they retire, or while the contract proposals are being evaluated, and to offer financial benefits to federal managers who evaluate the JMA contract proposals favorably. They are probably within the letter of the law, though definitely violate the spirit of the law.

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