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August 19, 2018

What is a typical working day like at Infor?

Pros

good to work, WFH facilities is good, night shift and weekly allowance

Cons

management need to treat equally

night shift and weekly allowance

August 19, 2018

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August 18, 2018

What are meetings like at Infor?

Pros

Great work-life balance. Maybe worth the below-average pay for time spent working at home or being on vacation.

Cons

Excessive meetings, many products you work on fizzle and die. Pay below average.

Advice to Management

Smaller teams would be more efficient for developers.

Excessive meetings, many products you work on fizzle and die.

August 18, 2018

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September 12, 2019

What is orientation like after being hired at Infor?

Pros

Strong team orientation. Supports Remote based work. Great colleagues.

Cons

Lots of red tape, and can be disorganized in places and at times, which is counter-productive.

Advice to Management

Stay focused on improving products and making customers happy.

Strong team orientation.

September 12, 2019

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October 28, 2018

What is it like working with clients or customers at Infor?

Pros

Fantastic leadership, great solutions, great customers, great management style

Cons

Company can improve on brand awareness

Advice to Management

Invest in brand awareness and acquire a few great companies to accelerate growth

Fantastic leadership, great solutions, great customers, great management style

October 28, 2018

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August 29, 2020

Does Infor provide leads to sales teams?

Pros

- good training ground for fresh grads. - generous in letting you attend trainings abroad. (plus generous in accommodation, airfare and per diem!) - for the consulting department, you get to have business travel depending on your client. but it's mostly remote work in Manila. - nice superiors. they would want you to push through your limits and challenge yourself to become the best consultant you can be. - free shuttle - lots of clubs and activities by the HR. efficient HR and Finance Teams. - fair compensation and benefits package - flexible schedule - good office location (in the heart of BGC) - you get to learn a lot - variable compensation every quarter - good collaboration with friendly colleagues

Cons

- there are days that there are work burnouts. it just so happened mine lasted for 5 months until I quit. - less work life balance than expected - management does not really prioritize the welfare of employees - will make you work on external client projects alongside internal initiatives (a.k.a. overwork) - office politics - management will not really help you pursue your career interests - micromanaging leads - some work on weekends - since it's a flexible work schedule, be prepared to go on shifts that is dependent on the location of your client. mostly, consultants work on mid- and night-shifts. - as a consultant, be prepared to work at least 10 hours a day - the consulting department's culture isn't really participative to HR activities and clubs - compensation did not become fair anymore as we are now getting exposed to senior-level tasks (but still the same salary)

micromanaging leads

August 29, 2020

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