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6 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer

Transaction Network Services Tampa, FL

Develops web-based provisioning/reporting systems using Java, JSP, JavaScript, Spring, JDBC, Oracle, HTML, and some .Net on Linux/Unix platforms for… Monster

1 day ago

Sr. Systems Engineer – new

Transaction Network Services Tampa, FL

Perform standard configuration, management, and maintenance tasks for related file systems, input/output systems, networking, clustering, storage… Monster

1 day ago

Systems Engineer – new

Transaction Network Services Tampa, FL

Implement policies, procedures, and technologies to ensure Unix/Linux system security through secure system access, monitoring, control, and routine… Monster

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    Circus…a dying circus

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reston, VA

    I worked at Transaction Network Services full-time for more than 3 years


    Located in Reston, which was convenient for the commute.
    Friendships developed with my ex-colleagues


    Belonging to Private Equity. The PE firm that bought us, Siris, is not motivated to invest in capable senior management or in new areas of growth. The company is stuck in legacy business and won't invest in new growth areas. Half of the management was looking for jobs elsewhere, and the other half is frightened to make decisions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Split the company in three…Payments, Telecom and Financial. There is no synergy between the three…so let the three go off on their own. The Telecom section where I worked would blossom by itself and with energetic and new management that understands mobile technology. The latest CEO change is not enough. Hopefully they are looking for a permanent replacement instead of leaving a care-taker.
    If nothing changes, people will continue to leave. People do not want to stay somewhere that is slowly dying.

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