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Updated Mar 16, 2021

    1. 5.0
      Apr 6, 2016
      Anonymous Employee
      Current Employee
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      Great company - get to work with exceptional people. The main focus of the company is to deliver excellent service and high quality products to clients. If you want to take a more challenging role out of your comfort zone then this is for you. Great opportunity to learn and grow as you'll have a chance to wear many hats.


      Love this company can't think of anything negative. It provides great benefits, stocked kitchen with all kinds of healthy foods. It's a family friendly company and everyone treat each other with respect.

      1. 5.0
        Jan 29, 2016
        Principal Consultant
        Current Employee, more than 10 years
        Boston, MA
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        Business Outlook


        Company is focused on providing quality solutions to clients. Emphasis is on delivering value rather than making a profit. There is a good culture in terms of integrity. Collaborative environment. Good work life balance. The work is interesting and challenging and varied. Because this is a small company, people can be involved in all stages of projects. Most people work in multiple technologies, which for the right person is interesting and challenging. You can’t fall into a comfort zone of doing the same thing every day, but at the same time, you are never in a rut.


        This work probably isn't for everyone; you need to be able to shift gears between multiple projects and technologies, and balance work on current projects with staying current on the technology.

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