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What Employees Say
I have been working at Applied Information Sciences full-time for more than 5 years
The projects are challenging whether it's customizing SharePoint, migrating on-prem solutions to the cloud (Azure and AWS), or implementing CI/CD to speed up a client's development iterations. ... Every project, even every sprint, I've learned something new. There are so many brilliant people to work with that it's nearly impossible to not be able to get help with an issue. There is no internal competition among the staff. We all help each other to the benefit of our clients. Upper management have been in the trenches as a developer, infrastructure, or BA/PM. They know what we do and how to lead us. New internal programs are providing more opportunities for employees to grow in both technical and business development roles. There is true work/life balance in a well executed "Work hard, Play hard" environment. While there is some opportunity or, occasionally, need to work more than 40 hours, they really manage it well. There are several employee events throughout the year from holiday parties to sporting events to the Texas offices' family BBQ cook-off and more. Good benefits including great healthcare, 401k, and vacation time.
The only thing I would like is to be able to have a little more in-person time with the project team and/or client. The federal project I'm on has team members across 4 different offices. However,... I understand the cost involved, so this is nit-picky at worst.