“TRM is a great place to work although I wish it had more opportunities within the company to grow professionally. ”
RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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- Senior Management
I worked at Total Resource Management full-time (More than 3 years)
Good benefits (fully-paid medical!) Great people. Awesome software product,TRM RulesManager Studio, that is well-known in the Maximo community.
Less internal training resources then some other companies (Mostly rely on already trained personnel). Small company so tough to move-up. Lessons learned and process documentation is scattered through company servers and people. (Again relies on the quality of the people to deliver high quality results)
Advice to Management
Provide more training resources for employees. Provide a centralized documentation place for documentation to be reused and to be learned from for new projects. Provide an onboarding training class for new employees (showing them the way TRM conducts implementations)
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Total Resource Management in September 2008.
Typical hiring and interview proces. One manager and one director interviewed me. First half was on my background and experience. Then weakness and strengths. Did some scenario based questions on conflict and resolution. Java programming.
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Total Resource Management (TRM) can totally handle your asset management. The company offers asset and IT management (using IBM's Maximo asset management programs), systems engineering, training, and consulting services, which include data migration, integration, implementation, mobile computing, and report writing. It also creates IT management software under the RulesManager brand. The company serves customers in federal, state, and local government, and in the energy, transportation, education, public works, manufacturing, and retail industries. TRM has five ...