SunGard is one of the world’s leading software and technology services companies, with annual revenue of about $2.8 billion. SunGard provides software and processing solutions for financial services, education and the public sector. SunGard serves approximately 16,000 customers in more than 100 countries and has more than 13,000 employees.
The foundation of everything we do at SunGard is an uncompromising commitment to the highest standards of ethical behavior, honesty and fair dealing. We believe that our most valuable asset, both as individuals and as a company, is our reputation for excellence and doing the right thing.
SunGard supports mission-critical operations of financial institutions, businesses, local governments, public safety and justice agencies, and educational institutions around the world. It is through our commitment to doing things the right way and doing them well that we have earned the trust of our customers to help them with their most critical missions. Our good name and reputation are based on setting and achieving high standards for how we conduct ourselves. We also believe that as one of the world’s leading software and technology services companies we have an obligation to use our size and influence to raise ethical, social and environmental standards wherever we do business.
We focus our Corporate Citizenship efforts in three main areas:
- Carbon Footprint
- Energy Use and Efficiency
- Sustainability Initiatives
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Supply Chain Management
- Workplace Policies & Practices
- Business Ethics and Compliance
- Information Security
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Great place to work, great employees. Most have been there over 10 years.
Very Flat, not much room for advancement
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. I interviewed at SunGard.
I consider myself a talented java developer, so applying to this role despite not knowing finance wasn't a concern. The "executive recruiter" emailed me the next day to schedule a phone interview, which elevated my level of interest. She then blew off for our first appointment with no notice. I didn't reach out, but she contacted me again the following week apologizing and asking to reschedule. She then blew me off for the second appointment. I contacted her later that day and asked if she still wanted to speak. She seemed to have never heard of me and took a few minutes to find my resume, which she had clearly looked at for the first time. At this point she mentioned that they were really looking for someone with 5 more years experience. She made it seem like a hard and fast number and not dependent on skill. She may have known I didn't meet this metric if she actually viewed my resume. I realize I am the applying candidate, but its hard to have a positive feeling about their hiring process.
- Can you explain the projects you've worked on? Have you used "java on the back end"? Seemed to just be putting the job description into question form for the most part. 1 Answer
Just about every financial services company under the sun relies on this company's data systems. A majority of Nasdaq trades pass through SunGard's investment support systems, which banks, stock exchanges, mutual funds, insurance companies, governments, and others use for transaction processing, asset management, securities and commodities trading, and investment ...
Mission: The foundation of everything we do at SunGard is an uncompromising commitment to the highest standards of ethical behavior, honesty and fair dealing. We believe that our most valuable asset, both as individuals and as a company, is our reputation for excellence and doing the right thing.