Working as a Principal QA Analyst

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37K Principal QA Analyst reviews for 17K companies

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3.6 ★
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3.5 ★
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3.6 ★
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Principal QA Analyst Reviews

What do Principal QA Analyst professionals have to say about their job? Read through 37K Principal QA Analyst reviews for 17K companies.
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Quality Analyst
Jul 26, 2022

“I feel comfortable and happy working here”

QA Analyst
Sep 6, 2021

“Good learning environment and happy to work”

Quality Assurance Analyst
Feb 15, 2023

“happy and fun environment to work with”

CoolMinds TechnologiesCoolMinds Technologies
QA Analyst/Tester
Jul 21, 2021

“Good environment and happy to work .”

Postlethwaite & Netterville, APACPostlethwaite & Netterville, APAC
Quality Assurance
May 10, 2023

“Everyone is happy to answer questions and wants you to learn/understand what you're doing”

Royal Bank of Scotland InternationalRoyal Bank of Scotland International
Feb 4, 2021

“happy easy nice good joy”

MAQE (Thailand)MAQE (Thailand)
Quality Assurance
Dec 26, 2022

“happy people do good work”

PnQ TechnologiesPnQ Technologies
QA Analyst
Aug 27, 2021

“I feel very happy working at PnQ Technologies.”

Top Companies for Principal QA Analyst

3.9 ★
3K Jobs
49K Reviews
99K Salaries

Oracle is the world’s leading provider of business software. But you probably already knew that. With a presence in over 175 countries, we are one of the biggest technology companies on the planet. What you might not know is that we are leading a cloud revolution. We’re using emerging technologies like AI, machine learning, and blockchain to solve critical real-world problems. From advancing energy efficiency to reimagining online commerce, the work we do is not only transforming the world of business—it’s helping governments, powering nonprofits, and giving billions of people the tools they need to outpace change and make a difference.

Highly rated for culture & values
Harris Computer
Harris Computer
4.2 ★
278 Jobs
682 Reviews
839 Salaries

Harris Computer was founded in 1976 by Nigel Harris. The idea was a computer-operated automated accounting system. Today, these are taken for granted, but in 1975, this was a revolutionary idea. With some early successes, Harris knew that the next challenge was funding the cost of developing products that could work with the often-antiquated hardware and software that their customers owned. As this was taking place, the pace of change in the computer and software industries was accelerating. Harris found itself playing catch-up almost right from the start. The problem was the equipment. It was already outdated. So, Harris and his team decided to focus their own activities around two simple ideas: finish the work they had started for customers and spend time with customers and prospects, to understand the emerging needs of their segment of the embryonic business software industry. What wasn’t changing was the practice of customers buying hardware from one company, and customized software from another. Nigel Harris had a different idea: what if the customer was offered a single support experience that combined both hardware and software? The market was quite responsive, and Harris Computer began to thrive. The combination of custom software and support for that software on the DEC platform gave Harris an early and potent competitive advantage. Always thinking, Nigel Harris realized that custom software projects often became bogged down in activities needed to complete the code. Success here was the difference between an unhappy customer and a satisfied one. He also noticed that many customers bought new applications that hadn’t been written before. There was a gap between customer expectations for such code and what the vendor was able to deliver. The challenge was to close both gaps at once. Harris Computer did so by pivoting away from its roots. The solution was simple and powerful: If a company could write software that solved the majority of needs of a large number of customers without being written from scratch each time, that company could also invest in building software that exceeded customer expectations by meeting their very specific business processes and use cases. Today this is called vertical market software. Then, it was called inspired thinking. But Harris didn’t have the requisite vertical to serve. He and his team began to search for a vertical that was unique, complex, and had minimal competition thereby providing fertile ground for growth. In 1996, twenty years after the founding of N. Harris Computer Corporation, Nigel sold to Constellation Software Inc…putting into motion the next chapter. After the sale to CSI, Nigel Harris went on to be a serial entrepreneur, starting ventures in multiple markets. But he never lost touch with his first creation, saying “All these years later, I’m grateful for the job that Constellation and the Harris leadership team have done with my baby. Every time I drive by the Harris offices I feel a great sense of pride.” Stay tuned as our story continues to be told…

Highly rated for compensation & benefits

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