really good company to work for, great benefits a,nd a good working environment, 9 years well spent, unfortunately made redundant, management scored low basically because of my last manager's lack of engagement. otherwise it would e 4's across the board
Customer Engineeer (Current Employee) – Liverpool – 13 July 2017
when I first started the new factor kicked in and it was a fun relaxed, helpful, productive environment. as management got reshuffled the work life balance became less, and more stressful and I resent waking up each day for it as there will be nothing but stress.
NCR - Global Implementation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Eastleigh, Hampshire – 12 May 2017
Laid back atmosphere as long as the job is done. Barely any management present at the time I worked there. Nice that the role involved international work, however this has since been outsourced to India
Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – London – 5 May 2017
good place to gain experience for next Job. Salary is not based on how good you are, or the skills you have, or how committed you are to the company. People who volunteer more and work hard are paid less. NCR don't follow their own salary structure that they publish on their intranet web.
EMEA Service Sales Director (Former Employee) – London, Paddington – 21 February 2017
NCR have been in existence for more than 130 years. They have a proud history and have an influential position in the Retail sector, supported by a global services footprint that gives them a reach into over 100 countries - either directly or with long established local partners
8 hours a day at work. Testing out machines. Extremely boring but good people that work there. Most production jobs are ran by agencies, 0 hours contract. Not a good feeling getting told weather or not you've got your job for next week.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Dundee City, Angus – 30 January 2017
The working environment at NCR is usually a productive but also relaxing atmosphere, but occasionally things can get a little hectic, in order to meet delivery deadlines.
constantly interfacing with the companies hardware, testing new software fixes on the vast suite of products, make a typical day filled with activity.
Everyone is very approachable, and to complete most jobs it is imperative to interface with members of other teams
The hardest part of the job is to get used to the system architecture that NCR use, as developing ATM software/hardware is very stressful due to the strict rules and regulations the company must abide by in order to comply with all the worldwide laws
The most enjoyable part, is delivering software, so a device that is used with in ATM products, an ATM is not something every company manufactures and therefore almost makes NCR unique`
Senior Services Architect (Former Employee) – London and Virtual – 9 January 2017
Promotes hard work and provides good rewards and working conditions. Great team ethos whilst encouraging self-motivation. Flexible management approach focussed to meeting customer driven goals. Met some great people and saw terrific talent and dedication.
Customer Service Engineer (Current Employee) – London – 1 January 2017
Planning and managing daily Service Requests based on SLA. Troubleshoot and Repair NCR products: Retail, Financial and Network Products. Manage PPK and making sure all faulty parts are returned in a timely manner). Implement hardware and software upgrades where required. Train new engineers and guide and give them support. Weights and Measured Trained
Purchasing in one country, selling into another, teamwork is the main key in succeeding within the bilinqual team. The hardest part in this job was to take over an existing team in Holland to move to England with new people.
Customer Engineer (Current Employee) – Kent – 12 November 2016
love the job i am in it consist of tasks that i am well trained to do but also a balance of task that require more thinking. also requires travel to a lot of places around Kent and Sussex witch is lovely to see different sceneries. management is good but constantly changing so when you build a good manager employee relationship we get a new manager. co-workers are great real mix of characters from different areas of the county.
free van and fuel
low pay even though engineers with less experience are on more pay
A very serious company about business and dilight customer driven
Account Support Manager - Tesco Bank (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 8 May 2015
Wake up around 0600 and start work around 0700 very rarely take bre.aks due to work load. I could be still working late into the evening. Core management around me are a business and customers delight driven Really learning new skills every day and from peers and fellow colleges Hard part of my jobs is to keep up with customer demands and exspectations. Enjoyable part of my jobs is when are customer calls me or my CEO and says we our doing a great job weldone
Key Account Executive: (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ENG – 12 March 2015
Bilingual Customer service job within a team of 15. Took care of the Dutch market. Purchased from France and dealt with German customers as well. Balancing from purchasing and selling through numerous of resources of office equipment.
Customer IT Engineer (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 9 March 2015
I worked as a field engineer, therefore I received all calls on my blackberry. I would prioritise my calls based on distance, parts availability and service level agreements. I collaborated with other team members, the client and couriers in order to perform my role efficiently.
My duties involved attending different customers' sites troubleshooting and solving network connection issues, or break fixing retail checkout peripherals.
Management were very supportive, team work among co workers was very important and assistance readily provided.The hardest part of the job was various shift patterns and long driving hours.
I thoroughly enjoyed building relationships with the clients and got a sense of satisfaction whenever a call is closed and the customer is happy