Intergraph

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Intergraph – Huntsville – “Intergraph Headquarter”

Headquarters Madison, AL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1969
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Autodesk, Esri, Bentley Systems

They like wide open spaces at Intergraph -- and city streets, too. The company provides spatial information management software, which enables mapping and design functions for local, state, and federal government agencies, and for businesses in the transportation, process plant design, power, marine, public safety, and utilities industries. Its systems (a combination of software, third-party hardware, and services) are used for a wide range of functions, including plant design, ship construction, public safety dispatch, aerial photography, and geospatial mapping and... More

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Employees say it's “OK”   96 ratings

3.3

84% Approve of the CEO   30 ratings

Intergraph CEO Ola Rollén

Ola Rollén

CEO

Great Customer Driven Services / Products and Relaxed work environment with self-training

  Current Senior Software Analyst in Huntsville, AL

Pros: Superb International Company - Great world-wide market opportunities - Long experience in the field.
Great people Career growth for the ones who want it.
Flexible work hour and work-life balance - no city-life pressure - no bumper to bumper…
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Senior Software Analyst

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$69,257
$53k
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Support Engineer

29 Intergraph Salaries

$61,632
$53k
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Software Consultant

27 Intergraph Salaries

$85,413
$73k
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Huntsville, AL Reviewed 2 days ago New

Interview Details – Had a telephone interview with 3 hiring managers. They wanted to face the world market and answer the needs that the global economy impose in our days. The questions were specific to the need for the position they were looking for. They needed skills that are actually necessary on the world market…Full Interview

Interview Question:
They needed someone to actually do the job, no fudge to cover the cake. I told them give it to me I will need a short time to train and understand the exact needs and it will be done without BS. View Answer

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