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Great work atmosphere and great people to work with if you are a junior and want to get into the ERP industry. Given that Ideaca is a consulting firm, juniors are at an advantage of getting to know how things work at different clients. Opportunity to learn a lot and networking is awesome
The company promises big career advancements but they fail to deliver once you gain some experience. For a new graduate, this is not a place to spend anymore than 2+ years if they themselves have solid career goals to achieve.
Advice to Management
Try being on the ball with people within specific practice. They are the ones that are in the frontline and see the actual work. DO NOT promise something that you cannot deliver on. It just sets a bad taste. Improve your salary levels to match the industry. It's unfair to show partiality towards your "favorites".
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Ideaca Knowledge Services in January 2011.
I was referred to the organization by a friend of a friend. He sent my resume to the hiring manager, who later called me and scheduled a phone interview. In the phone interview, the hiring manager asked for a summary of my previous work experience and education, as well as why I chose to do the courses that I did. He also asked about my interests and future prospects within the company. After the phone interview, he scheduled a 1:1 interview a week later. In the 1:1 interview, with a divisional manager, we went through my resume and talked about my work experience. We also went through aspects of the organization, I was pretty well prepared so it was a interesting exchange. In the second 1:1 with a partner, we talked about more high level aspects, like the career path of consultants and the various avenues they have in the organization, we also talked about my short and long term interests as well as the management structure and culture of the organization.
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I was going in as a junior consultant, I didn't have much wiggle room so I did not negotiate the offer, I pretty much took what I was given.
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