- Rosemont, IL
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 4 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1999
- Revenue: $5 to $25 million (USD)
- Financial Transaction Processing
The latest conversations about Finance
3 hours ago
Does anyone have any book recs on business strategy, investment/finance analysis, or PE/VC/startups? I’ve been really into reading the past few months since I was laid off. So far, I’ve read 5 books, including Zero to One by Peter Thiel and The Masters of PE and VC by Robert Finkel. Thanks in advance for the recs!
4 hours ago
Been thinking about making a switch from public accounting and I have seen a lot of posting for these Amazon Finance Manager positions. I feel like I have the experience and preferred qualifications for the role. I was wondering if anyone has any insights on the TC, and the WLB in a position like this one? Does Amazon support continuing education and pay for CPE?
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You will not find a more encouraging sales environment. Everyone is happy to help which I have never had this type of sales environment previously. The upper staff is also available and the training is unmatched. I’ve seen people come through that just didn’t see the opportunity TransNational offers, and I feel sorry for them. This is payment processing done the right way, but you have to work for it. This is not a job, it’s a career of helping people who don’t want your help because they don’t know they need your help. Additionally, the ways to get paid is absolutely endless. Again, you just have to work for it. This company does not fail its employees, the employees that do not apply themselves fail themselves. Career minded individuals will succeed here. This is not your get rich quick job, and lying is highly discouraged. TransNational has been digging itself out of the hole that the payment processing industry has put it in. You will not find a more family oriented company. Great benefits Awesome upper level management Incredible owner
There is a high turn over here specifically because most people who come through think that working for TransNational is a job and meant to make money quickly. That is not the case. If you are not the type to truly apply yourself, this is not for you. This career is not for everyone. If you need something for quick sustainable cash, go work at a restaurant. TransNational probably does the processing for it. Not for short term success This isn’t the most advanced company in the industry because TransNational is entirely in house. Cold calling
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InterviewEasy & so straight forward. Panels are friendly & so smart.
session was very awesome & all panels took part and ask very straight forward question in a leisure manner. session was less stressInterview
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TransNational Awards & Accolades
- Chicago's Top Workplaces, The Chicago Tribune, 2017
- Chicago's Top 100 Workplaces, Chicago Tribune, 2015
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