AstraZeneca was a big deal. Hilton Hotels was a big one. State of Texas was another one. Service Master was a big deal. What happened to them?
No, you are a fake. First of all, our demented friend knows how to spell GOOD. He uses more !!!! in writing than you do. He also BELIEVES and adds AND YOU SHOULD TOO. Lastly, you forgot GO BIG X!!!
And then they go ahead and lose big, mutliyear contracts because they do not have technology saavy staff to support the client. Add in the Roadmap 2015 is dead when it was alive a year ago and you have a company in real trouble. Capiche?
Companies HATE to spend on Technology period. Why do you thing outsourcing to India is such a great thing and IBM cutting it's own working staff. Every American business is focused on SHAREHOLDER value only these days, IT is nothing more than an expense item to be cut and cut. Oil has nothing to do with IBM.
So what do you expect a store employee with limited knowledge to say? THINGS ARE WORSE? That is just sales 101 really. Trick is to watch and see if their good lot of inventory was converting to purchased product. That is everything. Was the store full of people? WERE the registers full too? Or were people browsing the good looking inventory and just leaving.
Interesting, SrVP - Glassdoor is full of positives and negatives of course, and some of the positives are shill posts. Of my experience with this firm, the one thing that everyone mentions is that the people themselves are first rate. Still have numerous friends and individually they were family.
Appreciate your considerate response and there is no way really to monitor register sales unless you want to waste about 8 hours with a clipboard and calculator or an IPod with spreadsheet and count. Online will be the weird factor going forward because it voids the register sales totally. Eventually, just a warehouse with a shipping department, like Amazon and others. Sears too.
And post review on Glassdoor, December 5, indicates that new management has run morale into the ground.
Their prices were too high but, occasionally, they had the small electronics and parts that were very much needed. Problem is I did not need their stuff often enough to say i was ever a major shopper. Staff in the New City NY store included an old line IBMer who was a joy. But still the days are numbered now.
To all my friends at Aon, those who have moved on and even those on this board who sometimes argue the point. And may 2015 be bright, cheerful and full of promise.
Aon Employees apparently still have to contend with BRIDGE. Oh, that software was horrid when it was installed in, YES, THE YEAR WAS 1999. I remember Risk Services chucking hundreds of computers because it was not Windows 95 compatible and they jumped to Windows 2000 in about two weeks time. Oh, and it is still there according to a recent comment on Glassdoor. Gee, gotta watch those expenses, right?
I agree with critic. The billhelnder profile was created on January 5, 2015 so obviously this is not someone with experience. I think rmlbjh or whatever that means created an account fradulently and posted a message. I have been around a long time, do not use alias accounts and have seen good people leave the wonderful world of Case over the years. IT is still a shambles too.
Well just look at all those newly announced public and private sector deals of late. Oh, any of them? Gee, that sales pipeline must be, oh, dry. Maybe people figured out what kind of IT tech company CSC really is.
MAY is the operative word. No guarantee. Remember the 2015 Roadmap? Nope, did nothing there either.