Fast Enterprises, LLC is an industry leader in the development and installation of software for government agencies. In 1998 we forever changed the way government revenue agencies support their business with the introduction of GenTax®. This commercial off the shelf (COTS) solution has enabled many agencies to take advantage of package implementations, providing more cost...
Mission: FAST is committed to being a premier provider of software and consulting services to government agencies.
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Fast Enterprises (FAST) started in 1997 with a vision to introduce packaged software to the integrated tax processing market.
Our mission is to be the premier provider of software and consulting services to government agencies. FAST is firmly committed to on-time delivery of quality products and services that provide excellent value to our customers.
Today, FAST has over 550 professionals and we continue to grow at a steady rate. Our consultants are engaged on implementation projects working on-site in client offices at the city, state/provincial, and federal levels in North America, Malaysia, Laos, Poland, Finland, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago. In addition, we have product support staff and administrative staff working out of our three office locations.
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Employees are “Very Satisfied” 86 ratings
91% of the CEO 85 ratings
Current Implementation Consultant in Boise, ID
Pros: Pros of working for Fast include challenging work which includes the satisfaction of knowing we are working to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of government agencies which contributes to an overall increase in the quality of life for the… – Full Review
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Implementation Consultant at Fast Enterprises (student candidate)
No Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2013 – Reviewed 5 days ago New
Interview Details – I was approached at my university's career fair (it is a fairly small company so their table was pretty empty) and offered an on campus interview. I went and was given a logic test and then a behavioral interview. During which they asked about programming experience (I have none and stated this… – Full Interview
They were all logic questions for me. It was a strange experience. – Answer Question