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5 days ago

District Sales Manager - Research and Learning

Wolters Kluwer Washington, DC

The digital future has arrived and the tax and accounting professions are changing rapidly. Professionals today have different needs, expectations… Wolters Kluwer


1 day ago

Field Sales Representative, Software Solutions – new

Wolters Kluwer Texas +2 locations

We have an opening for a talented Field Sales Representative in our Houston territory. As TAA Field Sales Representative for Wolters Kluwer Tax… Wolters Kluwer


27 days ago

Sales Executive - Atlanta

Wolters Kluwer Georgia

The Financial & Compliance Services division of Wolters Kluwer consists of businesses that empower professionals in highly regulated industries to… Wolters Kluwer


3 days ago

Software Engineer Healthcare IT, Clinical Informatics, HL7 – new

Wolters Kluwer Waltham, MA

The Director Technology, New Product Development will play a key role in defining the future of UpToDate‚Äôs integrated clinical decision support… Wolters Kluwer


1 day ago

Corporate Account Sales Representative – new

Wolters Kluwer New Jersey

The Corporate Account Sales Representative for Wolters Kluwer Corporate is responsible for selling our information compliance products and tools… Wolters Kluwer


11 days ago

Senior XSLT/.NET Developer

Wolters Kluwer Sandy, UT

This is a hand-on development position requiring the ability to learn new technologies and adapt them to practical applications. As a senior… Wolters Kluwer


8 days ago

Regional Sales Director

Wolters Kluwer Philadelphia, PA +2 locations

Clinical Solutions, a part of Wolters Kluwer Health, a division of Wolters Kluwer, develops and sells drug and medical information tools that are… Wolters Kluwer


24 days ago

Field Sales Rep

Wolters Kluwer New York, NY

Founded in 1792 as the J.B. Lippincott Company, LWW has grown to become one of the most respected international publishers in the fields of medicine… Wolters Kluwer


11 days ago

Senior Developer

Wolters Kluwer Madison, WI

The Senior Developer is viewed as an expert in applications development and will undertake complex projects requiring specialized technical… Wolters Kluwer


11 days ago

Medical Coding and Content Specialist

Wolters Kluwer Minneapolis, MN

We are currently looking for a Medical Coding and Content Specialist in the Minneapolis, MN area. The ProVation Medical Coding and Content… Wolters Kluwer


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    Current Employee - Technical Support Specialist  in  Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Technical Support Specialist in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at Wolters Kluwer full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Customer Support is solid. Only the Analyst. Highly skilled and patient. Solid company, but not as a whole. Good Profile

    Cons

    The Provation MD suite has so many problems. 1. They come out with a new version every 13 weeks, problem is the bugs from previous versions are not fixed, so many time the new updates are pulled back. Customer Support Analyst are treated like modern day slaves as all management cares for is how fast calls are answered. Many do not have time to actually work on service tickets because answering the calls in a timely manner is most important. If there are more than 2 calls waiting, analyst are urged to not leave their desk for bathroom ot other breaks. Because of this, Analyst are not allowed to attend company wide all employee meetings, and if food is served, they are given a few minutes to get food and hurry back to answer more calls. The reason for the calls is again the software is not stable and rarely works as designed. In the Winter of 2014, the office was closed because of bad weather 4 to 5 times. The Customer Support analyst were requied to risk their safety and come to the office while every other dept enjoyed the day off. There's so much more that's wrong in that area and it all pretty much stem from the person in the corner office.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Understand that the Customer Support Analyst are HUMAN and not robots. Call after call after call after call will burn you out quick and all you care about is how fast calls are answered. WAKE UP PLEASE!!

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