- Former Intern★★★★★
NAFeb 8, 2023 - Software Engineer(Internship) in Irvine, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Thorough learning. No experience doesn't matter
There may be less cons but I couldn't find one
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Great place to workMay 25, 2023 - Facilities in Doral, FLRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Its a wonderful place to work with some pretty great people.
Honestly couldn't think of one, it can be a lot of work and there is plenty to do but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Exceptional Talent, Mediocre pay, Slow Go-to-Market Strategy & Employee layoffs ( 200+ this year! )Mar 30, 2023 - Solutions Sales Specialist II in Buffalo, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The people are actually awesome here and Ingram has won Best Place to Work, but to peer behind the curtain, most people leave after 3-5 years due to low pay, no development path, and poor sales strategy due to incompetent middle managers who don't have any sales ideas themselves. Hybrid role, only having to work in office two days a week. Atrium with Aramark, decent food. The free food listed on other reviews are primarily for pre-sales engineers or vendor team.
The compensation offered by Ingram is below average, despite their claim of paying market value. They forget that remote jobs are a thing since Covid and they pay double or triple the base pay at Ingram. While they love to tout their company culture as a retention factor, the recent trend of high turnover with both people leaving and being let go is quite concerning. Ingram Micro will be going public in the summer/fall of 2023 and as a result, they are laying off employees in batches to streamline operations. Tenured employees are not safe at Ingram. They decided to not even host their annual sales kickoff event, which is pretty embarrassing on a global stage. Good luck getting a promotion due to favoritism which is rampant at Ingram Micro.Continue reading