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19 days ago

Tax Support Professional - Work From Home

TeleTech Austin, TX

This is a seasonal customer facing position providing customer service, technical support and tax related research and support to the customers… Snagajob

8 days ago

UCCE / IVR Technical Project Manager- Nationwide Search

TeleTech Austin, TX

· Manage the overall delivery relationship with clients · Frequent and direct contact with senior level managers, directors and executives to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Salesforce Developer-- Nationwide Search/Telecommute

TeleTech Austin, TX

We are currently searching for a SalesForce Developer to support our growing CRM / SalesForce Systems Integration Practice. The ideal candidate will… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Telecommunications UCCE Principal Engineer - Nationwide Search / Telecommute

TeleTech Austin, TX

We are looking for an experienced Cisco UCCE Telecommunications Principal Engineer to join our VoIP Professional Services delivery team. In this… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Systems Software Principal Programmer

TeleTech Austin, TX

Systems Software Principal Programmer needed by eLoyalty LLC, a subsidiary of TeleTech, in Englewood, CO (and various locations throughout the US… Glassdoor

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    Pumping Money into a Dry Well

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    Former Employee - Principal Consultant  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Principal Consultant in Austin, TX

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    eLoyalty is one of the few companies where you can get entry level VoIP experience. Benifits and compensation where inline or higher then most companies in the field. Handful of very knowledgable engineers who are able and willing to train less savvy junior engineers. Smaller company feel with and tight knit community. Sales was good at their job.


    The biggest problem with this company is not their contact center managed services, but with their BAMS group. They continue to pump big money into development without any suitors for the product which puts a huge strain on the other divisions. Career advancement is practically non-existant as formal training opportunities are few and far between which was the ultimate reason for me leaving. Also if you are not part of the good 'ol boy eloyalty group you have particularly zero chance of advancing. Most of the "in" group knows each other from past employment at other companies (mainly first USA or Capital One) and conspire to either make things good for you or very difficult to try and force you out voluntarily. Particularly all members of managed service are under surveillance of what websites they visit, personal calls, or even socializing with the wrong members of CCMS can get you in hot water. Which makes the mgmt. seem very petty.

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    Find "real" managers and not just ones who's sole purpose is to make things better for a select few. Cut your loses with BAMS and focus on the only profitable division CCMS.

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