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Agilisys Overview

London, England (UK)
1001 to 5000 employees
2003
Company - Private
Business Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Agilisys is one of the UK’s most innovative IT and business process service providers, helping our clients transform their businesses.
Working for both the public and private sector, we have earned a strong reputation and hold deep domain expertise within ... Read more

Mission: Agilisys delivers success through innovation, working with public sector
partners to help them transform services that make a real difference to
millions of people across the UK.

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Agilisys Chief Executive Officer Steven Beard
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    Current Employee - Sims Analyst in Saint Helens, WA
    Current Employee - Sims Analyst in Saint Helens, WA
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    Pros

    Good company values - giving back to the community and making a difference to millions of people
    Developing Employee Owned business
    Great training opportunities
    Bi-annual performance reviews

    Cons

    Benefits packages are still only just developing as part of an Employee Ownership review
    Heavy based in London
    Intranet needs improvement

    Advice to Management

    Make employees feel as valued as possible - we all need to feel appreciated and that our work is worthwhile, however small a part we may play.

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Agilisys Interviews

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    NOC Analyst Interview

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    Interview

    manager is barging man himself not knowing technical skills but thinks he knows most.
    its easy to clear, because they want people. now they are cost cutting, so they are terminating some extra people from company

    Interview Questions

    • basic questions from networking. really not a technical job again. really basic.   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • Your data is at stake: How do you protect against, and recover from, a ransomware attack?

    Your data is at stake: How do you protect against, and recover from, a ransomware attack?

    Imagine you were about to present next year's budget report that was urgently due on your finance director's desk, only to find that you couldn't access it? How would you feel if this happened to every file you had on your computer? That signed supplier contract, social care files, or a patient record - inaccessible.

  • The digital transformation journey (Part One): Leadership, skills and digital transformation

    The digital transformation journey (Part One): Leadership, skills and digital transformation

    In this first instalment of five we take a look at how effective leadership and having the relevant skills are essential elements if real headway is to be made in the drive to digital. A central component Some organisations have embraced the digital world that we live in more successfully than others, and that's usually where we've seen shifts in how traditional leadership roles operate.

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Agilisys Awards & Accolades

  • Listed in the Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, 2017
  • Youth Friendly Employer, Youth Employment UK, 2017
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