Compare SAIC vs VividCortex BETASee how VividCortex vs. SAIC compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at SAIC full-time for more than a year
Work from home Good salary Paid work trips Good management Likable coworkers Promoted in less than 6months
Sometimes government/political red tape with customer (FAA)
I have been working at VividCortex full-time for less than a year
VividCortex has put the right people in the right positions and is very strategic in all hires. From senior leadership to entry-level positions, every person is a strong fit and willing to work hard.... That includes both cultural "feel" fit and goal-exceeding "production" fit. From the first day starting at VividCortex, the culture has been different. Including the tight-knit connection between sales and engineering, leadership's willingness to listen to product, industry & sales strategy suggestions, and the team's willingness to spend time getting new hires up to speed as quickly as possible. The VividCortex product, team, leadership and vision is what gets everyone excited to show up every day, ready to work hard toward a shared goal. As cliché as it is- VividCortex embodies the work hard, play hard mentality. We celebrate big wins (together) and we work to right the ship after less desirable outcomes (together). It's an exciting time to be a part of an organization where you can see your work have a direct impact on performance, growth & direction.
On-boarding new hires is a challenge as it is not a very structured process. This is pretty typical, status quo for rapidly growing startups. Other than that, nothing much to report on here.
Advice to Management
Continue to listen to your employees and challenge them. This company is going places and everyone is excited to be along for the ride.