Steelwedge Software Employee Reviews about "technology"
51% would recommend to a friend
(20 total reviews)
51% approve of CEO
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- "At ground level there are good people to work." (in 8 reviews)
- "Opportunity to innovate, Excellent Work Culture" (in 8 reviews)
- "good work life balance" (in 6 reviews)
- "Good culture and values, innovative and working very hard in creating a bigger market space in S&OP." (in 6 reviews)
- "Flexible timings which looks good who utilises it properly." (in 5 reviews)
- "Worst Development Management poor in technical simply people management and politics." (in 9 reviews)
- "Again depends on couple of good managers whom you report to." (in 5 reviews)
- "Too much of politics." (in 4 reviews)
- "The technology is advancing very quickly so there have been a few challenges with customers but the team also seems to be able to work hard and overcome these challenges." (in 4 reviews)
- "Heavily custom solution and extremely old technology set." (in 4 reviews)
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- 2.0May 16, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeHyderābād
1. Good for people who work in the development team. Get to work with the latest technologies. 2. Learning opportunities while on the job. 3. Temporary on-site assignments like support.
1. Seems like working in a political organization. 2. No HR - HR should not be a team run by a bunch of recruiters or a VP of Finance or a VP of R&D. No wonder the senior people in the US who have stake in the Indian Operations don't realize this. 3. Quick Hire and Fire policy. 4. No employee benefits. 5. Practically no personal life. 6. Poor management.10Steelwedge Software Response8y
We appreciate your noting the opportunity to learn and work with the latest technologies. We are working to transfer the structure and processes we have in the US, including HR-related ones, to our other offices, including India. We've made investments in HR talent and other resources to focus on our locations outside the US.
- 1.0May 26, 2022Associate Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Some managers are professional. You get to work with more technologies, and the more you want to learn, the more opportunities you get
Worst office politics. Worst Management. Hired IITians and IIM's to increase brand value and sell to E2open. Mass firing without reason. Incompetent people at a higher level. Worst company ever
- 5.0Jan 10, 2014ServicesFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsPleasanton, CA
be part of an exciting, fast paced growth company experience what its like the tornado learn about cloud technology
very intensive work pace global business requiring extended work hours very fast pace2
- 1.0Jul 7, 2016Senior Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsHyderābād
Nothing is good. They can hire and fire you any time. Good thing is CTO & founder is out (he has no idea as to what he is doing technically). Best CEO, good background, He built very good marketing team, but unfortunately product failed technically because of former CTO mistakes (tried all technologies without knowledge & with out changing old code), Bad technical design. Good place to learn politics.
Worst product management team ever seen, they dont know about product. they dont know what they are doing. Worst Development Management poor in technical simply people management and politics. Worst dev managers & leads they dont know about technology but they are technical leaders. (e.g .Net guy leading java developers, sql leader for java developers, Weblogic administrator lead java guys) Worst testing ever seen, always try to create more politics. Lot of technical never share the information for newly joined persons especially who are staying more than 7,8, 10 years. All technical guys already left the company because of old employes, they will not share any information and management also encourage those people and retain if they are resign, management not encourage who working professionally. CTO & founder is out is good thing, but still we have other who are staying 7,8, 10 years with out technical knowledge they dont know latest technologies.17Steelwedge Software Response8y
We are sorry that your time with us was unsatisfactory. We feel that we are transitioning in the right direction and recent customer wins and current customer upgrades are validating our progress in becoming the industry leader in end-to-end supply chain planning. We do realize that transition and change are not for everyone and we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.
- 3.0Oct 4, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
A leading edge technology company with a great product and management team - a who's who list of successful leaders, a great product, as repeatedly noted by industry experts and clients. I'm an industry veteran and believe we are definitely on the fast track to growing to new heights. It is unfortunate that people who didn't adapt to change have negative things to say.
Not enough time to support all the requests in a day1Steelwedge Software Response8y
We appreciate your feedback. It is a very exciting time at Steelwedge and we appreciate you recognizing this.
- 1.0Nov 6, 2014Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsPleasanton, CA
1. Medical Benefits are very good - Their California state and non-California benefits are very competitive. They also have other benefits that can compete with most Silicon valley software companies. 2. Technology / product is easy to learn - Plenty of training opportunities available to learn the product.
1. Terrible management and office culture - Many people have left because of poor management and internal politics. They seem to have a way of getting rid of good employees while promoting the wrong people. Lot of inside backstabbing and detrimental communication and management is usually looking the other way instead of taking any action. 2. Product / technology is not the best: This is 2014 and there are much more advanced technologies out there. Supply chain companies have not all adopted the latest and some like Steelwedge are much farther behind. They like to portray the image that it is the best software in the market but that's not reality. 3. Process overkill - Lately there has been an over-focus on process so much that it has become counter productive. Process is to facilitate improvement not disrupt.11
- 2.0Mar 5, 2017Associate Implementation EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearHyderābād
You get to learn some new technologies. Friendly culture and Freedom.
Wastage of Talent and Capability. Wrong people at wrong places/posts. Employees are not valued properly. Very Bad Management1
- 4.0Jul 16, 2014Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsHyderābād
This company is on the move! Lots of growth opportunities if you are talented and driven. But, beware, if you don't meet company standard you will not last. Also, the work ethic can be extreme. Lots of great learning, very cool technology. The company uses state of the art Big Data technology which makes this great place to learn and build a career. A major emphasis is put on quality and customer satisfaction. Note to other folks who have read other reviews on Glassdoor. This company does not treat everyone equally - rather focus is strong performers. If you are a star you will have a great experience and be treated really well. If you are a slacker or at least want a regular workday boring job then this is not a good place for you.
Extreme work ethic and dedication is not for everybody. The company also has some very complex and sophisticated technology that can frustrate some people. The technology is advancing very quickly so there have been a few challenges with customers but the team also seems to be able to work hard and overcome these challenges. Travel is sometimes required to support customers and US team issue and can be grueling. However, the experiences one gets are amazing.3
- 1.0Mar 20, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Good to work with cross functional teams and various technologies stack. this is good for freshers.
Over Work load, no proper re-cognization for hard workers. Improper people at improper positions. Too much of micro management by senior executives.Frequent and Constant changes in upper management causes chaos and confusion. No clear career growth path.17Steelwedge Software Response8y
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