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- CEOArvind Krishna
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
- IndustryInformation Technology
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Solutions Architect in South Africa, Germany,
on 28 June 2021
Productive, but can be stressfulA typical day has you interfacing with clients. Clients generally think highly of IBM consultants, and therefore expect a lot of them, but that's a good thing. I learned that delivering for the client is the most important thing; and often collaborated with colleges to deliver solutions. I noticed the clients did not care whether I collaborated or not; they just wanted the job done. Every project in software engineering has times when you work through the night because you are chasing some deadline, or trying to make something work that has held up progress for some time. It will happen usually during deployments, but it does not last long. those times call for real dedication, but after that you go back to regular hours. The best part is that as a consultant you are always working on a "new project" at a "new client", and so you have "new experience" which often feels like a "new job" even though you're still at your "old job".
Procurement Officer in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 21 May 2021
It would have been a good working enviroment if i had a fare manager, who is more of a mentor kind of manager.As a candidate that walked in the company with no kind of background in Procurement it is a grate position to be in, but also needed proper training to arm me for the future ahead in the company, the culture of the company was a bit to stiff coming from a more friendlier enviroment .The hard part for me was to learn everything that was so confidential (contract and dealing with different commodities)The more enjoyable part was when i had a task from my boss to do, and managed to do with no help, also submitting my work in time.
Complex bid manager in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 18 November 2020
Great place to grow your careerLoads of live and in house training available for the advancement of your skills. Being a global company exposure to the latest market trends. travel to sales academy's overseas paid by company.
Technical Specialist in IBM Century City
on 8 June 2020
Unpredictable daily workdays.A new environment is more challenging, while you're at it you want to move, there's bottleneck on Managers not allowing you to grow and keeping you stagnant on the same role for their benefit. As an individual you need to understand that you're there to serve at the same time not neglecting your growth and aspirations.
Audit Manager and Quality Manager in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 26 February 2020
Company that promotes innovationIBM is a company that helps employees develope their skill, so employees can stay relevant in a competative global market. At IBM employees are encouraged to become innovators and pioneers to drive the 4th industrial revolution.
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