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29 days ago

Support Engineer

Ariba Pittsburgh, PA

The primary function of the Technical Support Engineer (Technical Expertise) is to effectively provide dependable and timely resolution to all… JofDav.com


15 days ago

Social Media Campaign and Measurement Strategist

Ariba Alpharetta, GA

The role will be charged with taking a diagnostic approach to campaign and events programs to ensure social media is incorporated in a manner that… JofDav.com


30+ days ago

Supplier Manager Liaison – easy apply

Ariba Pittsburgh, PA

The Supplier Manager Liaison supports the enablement of suppliers onto the Ariba Network as well as working capital outreach for Buyer Customers by… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Upstream On-Demand Project Manager

Ariba Pittsburgh, PA

The On-Demand Project Manager is responsible for assisting our customers with the design and deployment of their Ariba Upstream solutions (Sourcing… JofDav.com


30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant

Ariba Chicago Heights, IL

ariba is a premier provider of technology and management solutions that provides state-of-the-art lifecycle information technology (IT) services to… Glassdoor


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    Good company, but avoid Customer Support

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Pittsburgh, PA (US)
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Pittsburgh, PA (US)

    I have been working at Ariba full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    - Good pay when coming from another company
    - Nice benefits, including free lunch on Wednesday, beer on Friday, and near European-style maternity/paternity leave
    - Lots of opportunity for growth & advancement
    - Fast-paced environment - never a shortage of work that needs to be done

    Cons

    - Weak merit increases (though at least they have them) and pay bumps when changing positions internally
    - Rampant nepotism/favoritism in Customer Support
    - Performance goals for different teams are in direct opposition to each other (very little "for the customer" mentality despite management's insistence)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Are we trying to do what's best for the customer or what's best for SAP and the Sales team's commissions? You can't ask everyone to work together but at the same time have everyone's bonus goals in direct opposition to each other.

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