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I have been working at Digital Insight full-time for more than a yearPros
I have loved working for this company. For those who wish to excel, there are opportunities and support from management, if you know who to ask.
When I started here, training was difficult and it took about 6 months to be fully up-to-speed, but now it has been streamlined, so the expected time frame to be fully functional is about 2 months.
Under Inuit, we had a great company vibe of "bring your whole self to work", which is so encouraging, and after NCR's acquisition, we continue to have monthly socials, and a competitive benefits package. The upper management is really great and gives credit where credit is due.
I have found that it is easy to excel here, if you have the drive.
Dress is casual, which I appreciate because I prefer to be rated by the quality of my work, and can feel comfortable for what can sometimes be long workdays.
The team is cooperative with management, and management listens to the pain points of their team members, with everyone participating in a Voice of Employee program each year.
Management has an open-door policy, and is there to vent to about work-related issues (and in the worst of circumstances, is understanding to personal stresses).Cons
The quality and amount of things you can accomplish here can sometimes depend on the manager you get assigned to. Some are go-getters and really help out with everything you could ask for, coaching you when needed, and are there for you when you are ready to move up. However, other managers are not as efficient and are more laid back. On the one hand, this seems to work for some employees that have the same mind frame, but personally, I have a high performance mindset, and have trouble getting things done. I have found that I have to go to another team's manager most of the time if something is important.
It is sometimes hard to pin down answers to product questions you may have, as they tend to not always be consistent from specialists, but the company is ever-focused on innovation, growth, and overall improvement. I have watched as each center goal that has been proposed has been accomplished.
It is difficult to get time off without requesting it at least a few months in advance--some people request off up to a year in advance, otherwise it may be hard to get your birthday off!Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep doing what you're doing. One at a time, I am seeing each metric improve. Great job!RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Digital Insight.Interview Details
I was contacted by a recruiter who found me through my LinkedIn profile. I had a phone screening with the recruiter that day. I had a brief phone interview with a senior manager a few days later, and an in-person panel interview a few days after that. The panel interview consisted of mostly behavioral questions from my past work experience. It was very straightforward, no crazy curveball questions. I got ample opportunity to ask about the company and see if it was a good fit.Interview Questions
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Intuit Financial Services (formerly Digital Insight) helps small to midsized banks avoid holdups of all sorts -- online as well as offline. The company's software enables bank and credit union customers to make balance inquiries, view transaction histories, transfer funds, pay bills over the Internet, and access their accounts via mobile devices. Other software products include AnyTimeLender, which enables Internet-based loan services, and e-commerce applications which enable banks to create Internet portals. Intuit Financial Services counts about 1,800 financial...