Mission: Create a Profitable Growth Company that is also a Great Place to Work - This is the "three legged stool". All legs must be in place or the stool falls.
WWT celebrated it's 25th anniversary in 2015. To commemorate the milestone, this video was created for our employees. Although it’s intended to be funny and reflect our culture, it’s a good historical documentation of the progression of the organization over 25 years. We hope you enjoy it.
Founded in 1990, WWT has grown from a small product reseller into a global systems integrator with $6.7 billion in annual revenue and more than 3,000 employees. We serve the technology needs of large public and private organizations, including many of the world’s best-known brands. WWT ranks 59 on Forbes’ Largest Private Companies 2014 list and 28 on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For 2015 list.
Reach your potential by helping us reach ours. Our growth means exciting career opportunities for talented professionals in IT, engineering, software development, supply chain, project management and other key areas. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, excellent training and a vibrant working environment.
Provide revolutionary technology products, services and supply chain solutions for our customers around the globe
Create a profitable growth company that is also a great place to work
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The well-being of WWT employees is essential. So, when it comes to our benefits package, WWT has one of the best. We offer the following benefits to all full-time employees:
Turn big data into business value
Big data is changing what you know. Today, your organization has access to more data about customers, products and systems than ever before. But you can’t gain insights from unstructured data scattered across your enterprise.
WWT can help you make the right investments in analytics, so you can extract just the information you need. We’ll start with a workshop to identify use cases that offer business value. Then, leveraging next-generation technology at our Advanced Technology Center, we’ll perform a proof of concept by augmenting data warehousing with Hadoop-based infrastructures.
A big data solution capable of scaling beyond the pilot phase depends on strategic planning. Our experts will build a big data platform, architecture and analytics that take into account how layers speak to each other, as well as appropriate configurations. This process ensures data is transferred accurately from its source throughout all parts of your system.
Following a proof of concept, our customers roll out with live data that is processed and analyzed to provide meaningful value. From there, we can provide training and workflows that help scale your big data platform across all parts of your organization.
Communication that fosters connection
It’s amazing what your teams can do when they’re able to communicate without barriers across departments, organizations and technologies. Equally remarkable is the connection customers feel when your team can communicate with them on their terms.
We design and implement collaborative architectures that provide employees and customers with quality experiences across all endpoints. Specifically, we work with customers to build collaboration solutions focused on unified communications, conferencing, video and contact center.
With thousands of collaboration solutions deployed, we've established ourselves as a trusted advisor for enterprise collaboration and continue to lead this rapidly evolving market. Cisco recently named WWT its #1 Enterprise and Federal Collaboration Partner, and we’re a top Cisco video partner globally.
Our approach speeds the evaluation, design and implementation of solutions, so you can quickly and easily deploy your new collaboration technologies. And our lifecycle services give you visibility into how end users are adopting solutions, so you know you’re getting the most out of your investments.
I have been working at World Wide Technology full-time (Less than a year)
Most companies talk culture. At World Wide, it is a way of life. Not forced on you, but taken on by you very personally. I come to work everyday feeling like I am a guardian of our culture-live it daily and set the example. My coworkers are the same way and the end result is the best work environment you can ever ask for. I'm relatively new and have never seen anything like this in my career of over 15 years. You're surrounded by people who also live and breathe the culture and are extremely talented. There are no barriers-this is a TEAM. My manager and my Manager's manager are incredible people who I can can talk to about anything in our business without worry of politics. LEADERS! They inspire me to be better through leadership-not scare tactics or micromanagement. The benefits are phenomenal and this is an absolute world class company. I am SO PROUD to be part of the World Wide Team! #WeDoIt
None. Seriously, there are none. This company is absolutely world class.
Advice to Management
Don't ever change what you're doing. And always remember the first "H" in our core values. Humility. We are growing so much, but we are all so blessed to be part of this company and we never forget where we came from! Our culture is unsurpassed-NEVER lose that!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at World Wide Technology in June 2018.
I applied online and a few days later the recruiter reached out to schedule a 30 min call to go over the position and my background. The phone call went great and she sent out a schedule invitation for a phone call interview with the hiring manager. I prepared for this phone call doing research on the web to really understand the company, position, and culture. The phone call with the hiring manager was okay to say the least. She did not seem a bit interested from the get go, which is disappointing with how much research I did. She was telling me that I should apply for a different position (not in her dept) while we were speaking. What was also interesting is that the position that I was interviewing for required being a note taker for meetings and setting up meeting rooms, which was clearly not listed on the job posting. If this is an extensive part of the job, it should be put in the job description so people who are applying know what the actual position is. She also told me that hiring process is extensive and that I will hear back to schedule more interviews with other people. About a week later I got an e-mail that the position has been filled by someone else. This whole process felt like a waste of my time.