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a great company to start the career and build solid skills, since there is a hands-on culture and executives in Dell are usually quite sharp and professional. There are really exciting role in the product group where you can really make a decision to the product development and be the product owner
Client location UBS, Singapore worked as Middleware Specialist. However I was employee of Dell Services, Singapore. my role was to work as Level 2 global support for middleware technologies used within bank. We provided support for 7 different middleware technologies used within Investment Bank, Wealth Management of UBS.
Everyday life is good at work. There is a work life balance and the treatment of employees is always good. Management is quite experienced in terms of people management.
Managers are very much reachable
Long working hours
- Attention span of top managers is short. They are like little children: all information needs to be pre-chewed, condensed and simplified. Don't expect any analysis from these highly-paid executives. - Spend too much time building PowerPoints and Excel sheets, not on doing actual work. - Engineers don't create or build things: they just forward mails to suppliers and check drawings. - Focus is on margin not product quality. Bare minimum specs are enough - Product development is about passing gates and getting approvals - IT SUPPORT IS ABSOLUTELY AWFUL. Disgrace for company like Dell to have such poor IT. For example: they don't have the windows installation software for repair. They can only re-image the whole harddrive! - Corporate Mailbox is way too small. Spend more time cleaning and archiving mails than working. Dell sells storage but it's very stingy for their own employees. - All mails need to be kept because some other departments will back stab you. - Austin HQ campus is just collection of warehouses. Not something to be proud of. - Endless conference calls in the evenings to align with the US - Lack of diversity: too few Singaporeans - Need to put on a show every time a senior director from Austin comes by - AIA health care insurance is not comprehensive or simple enough. There are layers of different insurances that don't work well together. - Micro management - VPs who scream and make people cry - Directors who scream and make people cry - HR does not listen to normal employees or takes action against senior management or executives - Deal with - more...
- Good products - Pride in brand name - Pay increase of 30% from previous job in Singapore
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At UBS Wealth Management, I got an opportunity to learn about many financial products, such as securities, mutual funds, futures, and swaps. The Work environment is very demanding. UBS trading platform is a high-risk and high-volume platform, so most of the jobs demand more than 9 to 6 pm of your time. Body and mind must be in good sync to work in such pressure environment.
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Very demanding work environment.
Dell Services provide great scope of working in different sectors like Banking,Health care,Telecom etc..
Work at client premises is challenging mainly the newly on-boarded apps. good scope for learning new things. Gained lot of knowledge in regulatory and new products like OIAM, sailpoint etc.. Management is good and approachable. Lot of knowledge sharing among co-workers. Enjoyable part is working on challenging tasks
The company is very customer driven where customer satisfaction and feedback is of top importance, job is very structured and closing monitored
In a typical day, the account engineer will review all related customer calls on the systems before planning his scope of work for the day. These calls could be of implementation , customer problem or sales related. Beside all the technical aspect of the job, customer handing skill and problem management. Management is pretty top driven and structured. Workers in the same group tends to work well. Following the very structured procedures. When you get a good customer feedback.
Dell's management clearly values it's employees work life balance. Managers trusts their team members in performance even calls occur in the evenings. Co-workers are generally supportive given the right touch points and the right departments are contacted. Love the autonomy and trust given from a management perspective. It's challenging to integrate all regions to form a global consensus. Also, the most rewarding when you find alignment and team work pays off to hit the goal.
Work life balance
A lot of interaction and things to do
Work at client premises is challenging mainly the newly on-boarded apps. good scope for learning new things. Gained lot of knowledge in regulatory/OTC products and new technologies like Qlikview, Marklogic,Gigaspaces. Management is good and approachable. Lot of knowledge sharing among co-workers. No hardest part of the job is working on unknown issues. Enjoyable part is working on challenging tasks
- Typical day has lot of security related incidents and alerts. - I learned lot of skills in Unix and management of a bank's user system. - Management is work-oriented but not very flexible. - Hardest part of job is client dealing. - The most enjoyable part is learning new technologies.