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Updated Jul 22, 2014
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2.9 11 reviews

50% Approve of the CEO

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Adrian Di Marco

(6 ratings)

55% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Good times...mostly

    Business Development (Current Employee) Auckland (New Zealand)

    ProsTech One has a great ERP solution that works well in certain verticals e.g. central, state, federal and local government. Outside of that NFP and services are also a pretty good fit. It has some brilliant dev people and Adrian has a lot of vision. They pay well for good results from a Business Development perspective. If you work for a great Manager - well you are lucky and life will be quite fun.

    ConsAdrian also operates as a tyrant and a lot of senior managers are scared of him. Too many people work close to burnout. Proper training is limited as are really well skilled Consultants.

    Advice to Senior ManagementEngage more with employees. Don't just dictate listen. Do more survey. Act on them.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Software Sales Focus with no implementation support

    Middle Manager (Former Employee) Melbourne (Australia)

    ProsGreat office location, all day sweets in kitchen, great people

    ConsTop down, knee-jerk senior management reacting in hindsight
    Autocratic CEO surrounded by yes-men who pass the blame downwards
    Apart from Finance module which is good, the other modules drag down the customer experience
    High amount of travel for Consultants who could be moving between 5 -10 projects at any point and slight regard for burnout
    Ludicrous billable % expectation and high amount of admin drags down work-life-balance
    High staff turnover amongst consultants particular due to new operating procedures and polices implemented in 2013/14

    Advice to Senior ManagementStand up and be accountable
    Sales keep the company going but satisfied customers keep their licenses try extending implementation times

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Good Company run by inefficient Managers

    Business Consultant (Former Employee) Sydney (Australia)

    ProsGood products and smart people.

    ConsList of them. Here it goes
    - Major issue: Inefficient Managers
    - No training provided (EVER)
    - You will have to train yourself with a amateur training material that's provided to you
    - You can blamed for someone else's mistake if your manager doesn't like you
    - There is a buddy system which is an absolute useless process
    - Not much interaction within the management and employees
    - Practice leads think, they have all the right to push around their reportees
    - No bonus structure but they want everyone to sell
    - Management continuously keeps looking for excuses to avoid a pay rise
    - Biased managers
    - Never take ideas for innovation and hence being overtaken by other Solution providers
    - Inefficient Project Managers with no knowledge of Project Management
    This list can go on and on, for the company really needs to really work on its own performance planning before claiming that they can provide the best in class to its clients.

    Advice to Senior Management- Look after your employees to get the best out of them.
    - Do not be biased and make room for innovation to build a better market share
    - Share the rewards with your employees

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Enjoyed my time working there but believe things have changed over the last few years....

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Melbourne (Australia)

    ProsGreat people, nice atmosphere, good home grown company with nice offices.

    ConsAverage product but meets the needs of smaller businesses. Management decisions from HQ are questionable at times and not well thought out.

    Advice to Senior ManagementIf you're based in other cities other than Brisbane there's not much opportunity for career progression - management in Brisbane need to be aware of this as they are missing opportunities to move good people upwards within the organisation - in this day and age of technology, location should not be an issue.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Looks great from the outside, but...

    Middle Manager (Former Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    Pros- Knowledgable staff
    - Nice headquarters
    - All day breakfast
    - People are committed to making a difference
    - Good list of clients

    Cons- Despotic CEO who must approve absolutely everything and rarely takes advice from those around him. Biggest bottleneck to progress in the company. Also works part time!
    - Senior managers spend their time pacifying the CEO, rather than doing what they know needs to be done.
    - Do not believe the quoted low figure for staff turnover. It is much higher; constant churn among developers and sales and marketing.
    - No real commitment to training (unless it's on their own products) or career development.

    Advice to Senior ManagementThis company needs a professional CEO. Current CEO did well to take it from startup to where it is now, but it's time to hand over.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Outdated software development practices

    Technical Consultant (Former Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    ProsPay is OK if you make sure to push for regular raises, nice office, flexible work schedule, some interesting work if you're on the right project,

    ConsOld-school management, a lot of IT dinosaurs that don't keep up with the latest trends, poor testing and QA methodologies, lack of thorough code reviews, management has a tendency to be reactive rather than proactive, easy to get stuck on the same boring project for a long time, poor execution of company vision

    Advice to Senior ManagementMove with the times

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Accountability without responsibility?

    Senior Manager (Former Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    ProsGreat people. Dedicated, friendly, team oriented and collaborative
    Good products. Customers like them and good functionality.
    Modern offices with generally relaxed culture

    ConsAutocratic leadership where many managers end up just having to agree to survive
    Lack of innovation in products despite stated intentions. Feel the company is being overtaken by competitors especially SaaS providers.

    Advice to Senior ManagementEmpower your greatest assets- the staff
    Reward innovation and creativity

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Change is the only constant

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    ProsThe people are the best bit. Most people I've met here are really smart, I love that they're all technology-focused (unlike my last job in mining where they were all happy using IE6) and there is a real buzz in the air.

    ConsThere are processes that get in the way of change, and people who are opposed to it, but I suppose innovation is never an easy road, is it!

    Advice to Senior ManagementRemoving roadblocks to change would make life simpler.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Long Hours and no Management Support

    Business Consultant (Current Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    ProsNice HQ. Reasonable training if it's on their own products.

    ConsCorporate culture of long hours.. Consultants just expect to work evenings and weekends.
    High staff turnover.
    Far to many ego's and poor people managers.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Software Development @ Technology One

    Analyst Programmer (Current Employee) Brisbane (Australia)

    ProsLatest .Net technologies
    Agile Development Methodology
    Flexible Work Hours

    ConsLots of red-tape required to do even a simple software change (required by there are hundreds of developers working on the software)

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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