It's a very good place to work and everybody are very proactive fun loving good organization.
well to speak about Hewlett Packard Enterprise I've lot to say during my 1 year tenure i learnt many things like,
How to deal with clients and i how to grow in an corporate sector.
and about the process i became the expert within 1 year as a Financial Analyst. It gave me lot of opportunities to build my career in a fast growing world and to deal with different people in an organization. now i can proudly say that I have work for HPE.
Now coming to the management,
It was a really a good experience working under the manager i learnt many things from my management every body was so enthusiastic and energetic.
it was a great experience for me to work with a good management,
About work place.
very friendly colleagues with helping nature few of them became inspiration for me because of there hard work and smart work.
The hardest part, I never felt any hard/difficulty in the organization till the end of my job.
Enjoyable part is i was so friendly with my senior colleagues they never make me to feel alone while doing work, i use to crack jokes, those laughs, fun activities, preparing for the presentations etc.
Overall Management & Governance of the APJ Global Agency Contractor program (Complete Recruitment Life Cycle for contract employees)
Hands on experience in Smart Labor Tool II (ES-ITO / ES-BPO) and Lite Model SharePoint (GD-APPS and GSD.
Overall Management & Governance of the APJ Global Agency Contractor program (Complete Recruitment Life Cycle for contract employees)
Achieving HP Agency Contractor staffing objectives for Singapore HP sites by sourcing and evaluating job candidates, managing requisition flow and management of day-to-day requisition fulfillment operations with the use of HP’s technology solution.
Responsible for achievement of TAT and Accuracy as per the SOW.
Record Retention: Creating back-up of all GMB and taking.
Working on GMB to clear the emails in timely manner.
Timely Follow-up with the Agencies on getting the right candidate. Daily interaction with the Agencies on Job fillings, work order creations, onboarding, training, bill rate changes and termination of contactors.
Creating Purchase Orders and Amendments for Singapore and APJ Region (PO creation, PO revision & cancellation for all the accounts
11+ years of Information Technology experience with hands on experience on SAP BO, SAP BW, SAP – HANA, OBIEE, ERWIN, Tableau, Qlikview, SQL 2012 and MSBI. Responsible for delivering Centre of Excellence (COE) HP ES – HR Strategic Workforce Management rolling up through a strong governance to perform requirements gathering and analysis of available data in order to provide high quality and detailed business requirements, ensuring the closest involvement with the business stakeholders and leadership team. Conduct data analysis activities and data prototypes against source systems or enterprise data assets, to confirm data quality, prove concepts, determine if data is fit for purpose and inform accurate solution development in designing, developing and delivering BI & analytics projects, data modeling, data organization, data warehousing subject matter expert on the SAP Business Intelligence solutions, implements and supports technical solutions in SAP BO, SAP BW/BI environment. Analysis and data organization is a key focus and follow the analytics product lifecycle using agile methodology.
• Experience over nearly 4yrs of extensive experience in IT.
• Currently associated with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Bangalore as a Operation Analyst.
• Good Team player and Individual performer with effective communication skills and strong team management, leadership, analytical and coordination abilities.
• Possess good interpersonal skills with high patience, that been put to use in coordinating with teams and
• Quick learner and updating with latest technology and urge for continued self-development.
• Coordinating and helping other junior and senior team members in maintaining Quality up to standard and make sure never misses Service Level Agreements(SLA).
• Received multiple awards for resolving executive level critical escalations and being top performer for two quarters.
• Worked independently and also with multiple teams to sustain compliance. Detail oriented and cover essential in Scope. Self-motivated, flexible and intuitive personality.
• Willing to relocate and travel.
In maximising productivity, every decision we make has to start and end with the customer in mind. This is what dictates cycle time improvement, automation, process optimization, everything we do as a Production and manufacturing organisation. Driving productivity has clear advantages: It requires each associate to understand deeply the segment of the market they are serving and listen carefully to customers. We need to understand their pain points, their mission, and use these insights to enhance our value proposition to ensure we have a win-win relationship. I don’t see many cons around the drive for productivity. The key is aligning the interests of our customers with those of employees. The lifeblood of an organisation is employees: It’s our role as Associate to ensure that everyone understands his or her role in delivering customer satisfaction. Because empowerment is the ultimate driver of productivity.
My Work experience in Hewlett Packard Enterprise/DXC Technology
I worked in a team of 8 members.I used login at 5:30 pm and used to begin my work by extracting the scanned invoices to excel and allocating the work to others. Everday i used to process 130 invoices in SAP.Rather than that i was also handling vendor queries through mails and incoming calls,used to do Month end closure by passing adjusting entries, GR/IR Reconciliation,
My workplace was very much satisfactory, All my team members were very supportive and friendly. My Manager gave me lot of oppurtunities to explore and I took the initiatives and learnt a lot.
Initially the work was hard for me too handle because of lack of accuracy but eventually it became easy and was able reach my daily business goals in time.
The most enjoyable part of the job there was fun as well as great learning.
ProsAccounting software very easy to handle, Awesome Team and Manager
ConsIt was complete Night shift not rotational also
he Company’s segments include: Enterprise Group, Software, Financial Services and Corporate Investments. The Enterprise Group segment provides its customers with the technology infrastructure they need to optimize traditional information technology (IT). The Software segment allows its customers to automate IT operations to simplify, accelerate and secure business processes and drives the analytics that turn raw data into actionable knowledge. The Financial Services segment enables flexible IT consumption models, financial architectures and customized investment solutions for its customers. The Corporate Investments segment includes Hewlett Packard Labs and certain business incubation projects, among others. The Company's customers range from small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to large global enterprises.
A very good company with lots of learning opportunities
At HPE I worked with a group of researchers from HPE LABS on various projects related to The Machine. A typical day at work involved building API after deciding their typical and cornerstone use cases with the researchers and also building test cases to check them. During my tenure in this team I learned the way a research project works and the way it need to be planned. The hardest and the most enjoyable part was in the beginning as the feeling of working on R & D of such a huge company on projects related to the most ambitious project in recent times was a great feeling. That also brought great responsibility with it, and I would like to say that I delivered the expectations of me with flying colors. The culture of learning something new everyday was also a very proud part of the job.
HPE has been a wonderful place to work, which gives good work life balance. The company understands the career progression interests and helps realize the plans by helping get the right opportunities inside the other teams in the organizations.
Open door policy is the best seen in the industry. Senior management is always accessible and your views are valued.
Workplace culture has been interesting with focus on work as well as fun so as to keep it going good.
Most of the learning which helped shape my career happened in HPE. The management understands the requirements for a role and helps in training(online and offline) to up-skill and be ready for next role.
The enjoyable part of the work in HPE is the satisfaction we get at the end of each day.
ProsGood work culture, opportunities to learn and upskill
Worked in Hewlett Packard for 12 Years, joined as Server Support Engineer and resigned as L2 Storage Support Enginner for HP 3PAR Storage.
Every day is a new learning, as tickets come in. Work with customer, Account Manager, Escalation Managers, PAM/CEM etc to resolve the issue and elevate to L3 within stipulated time if the issue is unresolved.
Document new resolutions, share with team members.
Great support from management to balance work/life balance as when required could work from home.
12 years with the same company it is a company where we could work till we retire.
Enjoyed being part of HP/HPE.
ProsGreat support from management to balance work/life balance as when required could work from home.
ConsResolve the issue or elevate L3 within stipulated time if the issue is unresolved.
No respect for staff - made redundant without any explanation
I worked for HP Enterprises for 4 years as Kelly Service contingency staff.
I was one of the most experienced, skilled and knowledgeable agents on the 1st line team and had been awarded 4 plaudits from customers for excellent service.
I felt not respected, not appreciated and that my skill and experienced meant nothing because I was easily replaceable by an unskilled person.
We were massively underpaid at 14.5k; far below the expected wage for doing our job and when questioning this we were constantly told our wage was "competitive" which simply was not true.
When the AWR came into effect we all expecting to receive a 2k pay rise to match the HP salaries of staff doing the exact same job at 16.5k, but instead the HP salaries were reduced to 14.5k to match the Kelly Service wages and because one member of staff accepted that wage when being converted, we did not receive the pay rise.
As part of my job, I was moved from a more skilled position (of 2 years) onto the telephones where my skill set and experience was not put to full use and I felt undervalued.
I and other individuals were moved from our skilled positions onto the phones, because our jobs were being moved to Scotland. The Scottish location then continued to do that job to a low standard, making constant mistakes and this was never questioned or the work returned to us in Newcastle.
I spent the next 2 years asking to be moved from the phones into a better position where I could put my skills t
ProsGood, honest job supporting the government
ConsStaff treat as expendable, regardless of time working there or skill
Overall, a Good job and great learning experience. Work from home / remotely is a plus. Unfortunately there is a lot of downsizing.
I am currently a Technology Consultant at HP for the Bank of America account running the Data Center and Security department for the past 3 years. I am a US citizen living in Tucson AZ. I have been in management and customer consulting for at least 7 years and have an AAS in IT administration and have been accepted to the University of AZ to continue on to get a BA in TI Administration as well.
Due to the amount of work and special coordination needs required for these types of requests for the BOA account, I have been developing and managing the entire processes to implement connectivity needed from the BOA account. I have been hosting technical meetings over the phone and virtual rooms. I have been engaging engineering and regional operations for designing and implementing new servers and switches for the Data centers and for Security Services, including implementation of Firewall and Proxy rules, load balancing, HP network and DMZ switches, NAT IP Addressing, and FDNS installation. I have also been 1 of 2 people working on the MAC team doing the CEWA Data center power shutdowns, coordinating with the CNOC and regional operations for making sure that all the HP equipment was fully supported for the shutdowns.
Management; My direct supervisor is great, She handles anything i need and very helpful in assisting me in advancing.
Co-workers: there is not very much contact between my co-workers as we all work remotely and handle our own work separately. When
ProsGood Salary, Work for home, Great co-workers and management, Learning a lot.
A typical day at work performing this position consisted of interacting with enterprise customers of Hewlett Packard to assess what hardware and software requirements would be required for their new servers. Ascertaining if their servers would be housed and supported within their infrastructure; or ours.
From this point, I would have to gather any relevant information for any pre-existing Hardware servers or Virtual servers such as TCP/IP, VLAN, iLO/DRAC, Security and Management software, Data/Database requirements.
Based on the above I would then create a Design Proposal Summary and a Bill of Material for all the Hardware and Software being purchased by the client. This would then be presented to the client for their approval.
Once the client approves the hardware and software and verifies or corrects the configuration information I would then enter information gathered within the DPS and BOM I created into our engineering database. This information would be used by HP Internal teams to do their part in readying the Server/Virtual server for the client, Preparing billing, Installation etc.
Being that this job was performed remotely I did not have a lot of interaction with management and co-workers aside from monthly meetings. I would have preferred more interaction however my team consisted of a small group handling all customers in North, South and Central America so there was not a lot of time available.
The hardest part of this job for me was the learning
ProsRemote working, It was nice control the environment, increase productivity and concentration and to eliminate commuting times/cost.
ConsThis job was 100% hands-off, I really enjoy performing the work I design; rather than handing it off for others to perform.
As an ANGI/JSTARS FSET we are the primary POC for troubleshooting ANGI/JSTARS system outages and to return the ANGI/JSTARS system to operational status in the most expedient manner. Essential DOD personal will notify the ANGI/JSTARS(myself) FSET of any reported issues with operations. FSETs will work closely with platforms, MAJCOM Coordination Centers, Air Force cyber warfare activities, and SSC-PAC engineers as required in the event of a major system outage and its expedient restoral of services. ANGI/JSTARS FSET will provide standard Tier I and Tier II services and where required remove and replace defective component and process same for repair or salvage (abbreviated Tier III services). As an FSET, we reside at NCTAMS PAC, and I respond to the TT and attempts on-the- spot resolution for end-user systems and accounts. The TT consists of standard information concerning the incident, user, and system health. As the lead FSET, first-touch resolution is always the my goal. If the I determine the issue/incident is caused by an incident (e.g., leased circuit or crypto problems) I will refer the incident to appropriate Tier 1 engineers for resolution. I also provide Tier 2, in-depth technical support of ANGI/JSTARS systems. Tier 2 personnel are responsible for investigating elevated issues by confirming the validity of the incident and seeking solutions. I resolve issues that are directly organic to ANGI/JSTARS equipment at NCTAMS. However, issues can be referred to other Tier 2
Buen ambiente de trabajo, carencia de vacantes permanentes en empresa cambiante.
Asistiendo a los empleados y terceros en sus diferentes peticiones hacia Recursos Humanos aprendí a trabajar aun mejor bajo presión manteniendo una actitud positiva pero asertiva. Al proporcionar la resolución a sus peticiones o el contacto adecuado en caso de estar fuera del alcance de RH mientras a su vez se le explicaba la razón de porque RH no las maneja buscando siempre que sintieran empatía ha sido muy difícil pero gratificante de lograr, este punto es verdaderamente importante en el puesto debido a que se trata con empleados de todos los niveles de la empresa multinacional haciendo pues que cualquier disgusto pueda tener impactos graves.
Siempre me mantuvo ocupado de una manera entretenida. La empresa busca constantemente la critica para poder mejorar e invita a los empleados a adoptar estos mismos procesos para su persona y trabajo logrando una mayor identificación con la empresa a la par que mejora junto con su personal.
Manejar y absorber cantidades exorbitantes de información en poco tiempo ha sido complicado pero requerido, es sumamente placentero el poder dominar la información en poco tiempo para poder después asistir a otros con ella.
Lo mas difícil del trabajo tiene que ser la cantidad de bases de datos y sitios en las que está regada la información y herramientas complicando mas de lo que debe el tener un conocimiento y practica de todo lo necesario e impactando negativamente el tiempo necesario para realizar actividades ademas del desgaste provoca
ProsPrestaciones arriba de la ley, instalaciónes modernas, material de trabajo adecuado y suficiente, buen ambiente de compañerismo y cultura como empresa.
ConsLa estabilidad laboral escasea a pesar de la falta de personal en puesto claves y generales.
Technical Support Representative | Pontiac, MI | 7 Apr 2016
Enjoyable place to work, Great people and a good environment.
For a typical day I arrive to work 30 minutes early and get my computer booted up and log into all the tools I use. I start my day by running a few reports and email reminders about open tickets that need to be updated to every agent on the desk. For the remainder of the day I am pretty busy taking call and assisting users, monitoring the inbox and delegating emails, ensuring that all emails are processed in one hour, and monitoring the Service Desk's ticket queue and assigning or rerouting any tickets that get sent back to the Service Desk. During any free time I have from my regular duties my Team Lead usually has side projects for me to do, ranging from creating new Knowledge Articles to building new reports to pull specific information about the types and numbers of tickets we receive on a specific day.
From working with HPE I have learned many things. Before working here I had only worked with Active Directory a little in school. Since working here I have learned to remove security groups, modify phone numbers, and move objects between different OUs. I had also never once used Microsoft Outlook before working with HPE. I now feel that I am pretty proficient at using and configuring Outlook.
The hardest and most frustrating part of my job is seeing coworkers make mistakes on common practices over and over again. It really bothers me that people will make the same mistake multiple times.
The most enjoyable part of my job is monitoring the inbox. I r
ProsVery nice cafeteria in the building, great people to work with, very good management team.
ConsAbout an hour drive to work every day, not very good healthcare offered, no raises - your raise is the experience you gain from working for HPE.
Spent almost 5 years with HP/HPE and was run ragged in the field. Felt like the company and upper management thinks everything should be resolved by the field but was unwilling to listen to the field on how to fix and resolve issues. Administrative load from primary case tool and how system was run made work more and more difficult with each change and update. Upper management would ask whats wrong but would ignore requests and valid issues with tool. Direct local management would ask but then not do anything. I personally worked hard to keep my customers happy and informed but the bureaucracy keep me form doing my best.
Lots of training and advancement possibilities do exist but at the expense of sacrificing your personal life. Work life balance is not a priority within the culture at this time as it once had been in the past.
Regardless of how hard the field would try to meet metrics, regular changes in requirements always left us short someplace as the metaphorical carrot being chased. Yes there is recognition at times but always at some personal cost.
Nearly 5 years of "running to the fire", as my boss like to put it, with only to show being laid off, told that automatically I would be marked ineligible for rehire regardless of service record as company policy.
HP was a great company to start working for, HPE is but a distant shadow as it seems to continually shoot itself in the foot with how it goes about treating the field.
As a personal note, this j
Very flexible workplace, and a great place to start your career!
HPE is extremely flexible with its employees, which is their biggest pro in my opinion. Working from home is a fairly common occurrence here. If you're just graduating from college, this is a great place to work, as the flexibility will help you bridge the gap from school life to work life.
The pay is pretty average to start, but raises and bonuses are given very sparingly. The benefits are very good!
Low level management is good, most managers I came in contact with were very familiar with their branch of the business, and consistently made well-informed decisions based off of this. Upper management, however, has been constantly shifting things around, spinning off parts of the company, acquiring new companies, etc. This has left the company in a perpetually unstable state, which leads to my next issue...
HPE keeps their business in a constant state of layoffs. They are always looking to downsize their manpower, which has a HEAVY motivational hit to the people that work there. If your job is not secure, you can't focus on your work, and your much more likely to leave the company for a more stable job. This policy has to stop, or this company doesn't have bright days ahead.
HPE is also redoing their offices to follow a more "open concept" environment, despite the slew of research that has shown time and time again that this is a horrible move for employees and productivity. Technical employees get an education so they don't have to work in miserable call-center co
ProsDecent pay, good benefits, flexible hours, working from home
ConsHorrible new office layouts, constant layoffs for the last 5+ years, indecisive upper management leads to instability in workers' lives
meaningful company but very specific work environment
Theoretically, this company should be next big step in my career, but is not. Difficult to understand, to me as well prior I have started the work in HPE. Never before, I have met the situation when project coordinator/manager is required to start leading the project without knowledge about project details and possibility to get these details as well, in specific environment when no initial documentation is exist (!!!), only project plan and analysis later. Three projects assignet to me, just ongoing had no project plans and other documentation as well - never seen before. The reason is lack of time and not enough resources within the HPE, particularly project managers, and projects as a part of bigger programme started in 2012, and all projects managers there hired internally had previous experiences and big knowledge about the project and environment. The same requirements applied to external person, it mean me, gave the failure - impossible to catch details about project, when project is planned to be initiated in the future and analysis will be made after a month of working, by process managers. Other example is my position in Aberdeenshire Council/Scotland, where I had to take over few project at different progress level, but the project had typical documentation, quite often with some lags, but most of plans/descriptions etc was accessible - no problems with that.
Prefer more standard project environment in my future career, because I can get big challenge and lead
Empresa não tem conhecimento dos profissionais que contratam no seus clientes, Apenas os principais gestores de conta. Não faz visita periódica para ver como seus analistas estão nos sites. Bonificação ridícula onde só ganham quem tem afinidade com seus gestores. Muitos gestores aplicam a cultura do cliente alocado para os analistas cobrir, porem isso não está incluso VR, AM, HE. Projetos sem necessidade visando apenas o lucro financeiro, pois a cada seis meses esse projeto é refeito. Retrabalho é o nome forte em muitos sites, pois os gestores estão preocupados com faltas e atrasos do que com a solução do problema. Avaliação tosca pois você pode resolver milhares de trabalhos, mais se não chegar no horário e não mexer com as crias deles, sua meta não mudará em nada. Só cresce a panela porem quando a corda aperta a mesma mão que te puxa para cima será a mesma a te dispensar. Não existe plano de carreia em cliente, Todos os técnicos são Analista de Campo para poder Cobrar um valor abaixo do mercado. Todos exercem a mesma função, porem o salario não é o mesmo. Liderança não existe pois todos depende de uma pessoa unica pessoa para decidir qual caminho tomar. Se você tiver qualquer problema você é obrigado a assinar uma RNC porem isso não existe na cultura da HP. Gestores querem mostrar serviços, por falta de preparo criam regras que no final acabam prejudicando eles mesmos.
ProsPossibilidade de plano de carreira, embora seja muito dificil de conseguir atingir. Depende muito de qual projeto/conta se está alocado, mas em geral existe muitas opões e chances internas de realocação. Diversas áreas de atuação, em especial na área de TI.
ConsAlgumas injustiças, como pessoas que tem promoções enquanto outras que mereceriam mais não tem
Questions And Answers about Hewlett Packard Enterprise
What would you suggest Hewlett Packard Enterprise | HPE management do to prevent others from leaving?
Asked 22 Mar 2017
Get more business so that the entire work force can be fully deployed. Both upward and downward communication should be in vogue. Secret feed back system will improve the existing functioning and staff turnover.
Answered 1 Apr 2018
1. Do not change strategy so often
2. Do not have org changes so soon
Answered 29 Sept 2017
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