SMCI – Stanford, CA
Stanford University seeks a Technical Support Specialist for Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies (SPCS), a 25-year old organization at the forefront of… Dice
SMCI – Pleasanton, CA
Solve complex customer issues using methodical troubleshooting based on expert knowledge of Agile applications functionality and technology. Work… Dice
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I have been working at Software Management Consultants full-time
If you are from India you will probably understand them very well.
I have to be honest. I do not work for this company. However, they were so rude to me over the phone I felt it necessary to look them up. I would never work for them or use them to get a job. I received a call from someone who I could not understand. They had to repeat every other sentence two and three times just so I could figure out what they were saying. They kept demanding I read the email they sent even though I told them I was not near a computer. When I did read the email I decided I was not interested in the job they were offering and replied that I do not agree to the official agreement they had sent. They then called me and asked my to agree and send them the proof. ??? I told them no thank you and they kept rattling on very rudely and hung up on me. This ticked me off so I called them back to complain. I asked to speak to a manager but they still couldn't speak English very well and eventually hung up on me again. This is why I am doing this here. I am not a prejudice person but this is ridiculous.
Advice to Management
Hire people who speak english