Intel Corporation is an multinational semiconductor chip maker, microprocessors, motherboard chipsets, Integrated circuits, flash memory etc.
Developed dashboards for EMEA(Europe Middle East and Africa) showing QTD,Pending,YTD results at geo and region level for stakeholders to compare targets vs actual results.
Created reports and dashboards showing embedded, compute, reseller opportunities and Leads of Sales operations
Involved in Performance tuning of existing dashboards by changing the joins and working with database team to create indexes and summary tables
Applied conditional formatting ,style variables for rendering required columns based on geo/region selections
Modifying existing report structures by adding /modifying filters, prompts, unions, subquery and also providing drill through of values which lead to Detailed reports.
Be part of an agile development interacting with global team based in India, dailySCRUMmeetings, working on user stories.
Making changes to existing packages by adding query items, query subjects , modifying calculations and publishing.
Applied best practices in Framework Manager model design.
Data validation, testing(b/w cognos, EDWclient, ACE UI) and user demo for Acceptance and migration.
Rendering the latest version of package by checking out from TFS and checking in the changes made, merging the DEV to Prod branches for Version control.
Interacting with business users, stakeholders to get detailed requirements and involved in planning sections of user stories.
Working with EDW and SQL server database team regarding database changes and data
Role in product development or a new product launch.
Monitor market and competitor activities and provide relevant reports and Information
Understand the company business performance and implement a coverage strategy for the defined territory.
Expo promotion, publicity, advertising, production of collateral like brochures for the expo.
Creative job includes supervising the collateral production and hi s art work
Understand the key dynamics of the convention industry segment to better perform her tasks and objectives.
Increase the visibility of INTEL as a brand & maintain its Retail hygiene in market.
Coordinating with event agencies and vendors.
To deal and manage with third party vendors for merchandising activities, production of POP material/collateral and negotiate with them for quotes. .
Enabling the team members with efficiency in operations, brand development, and meeting of individual & group targets
Handling the dealer base of around 93 Intel channel partners all over Mumbai.
Providing TRAINING to the dealers / staff / about technical skills / soft skills / product training.
Allotment of Intel merchandising Hard/Soft to Channel partners/OEM stores.
Handling the team of 40 merchandisers his promoters.
Planning, coordinating & Executing various promotional activities for dealers(Canopy activity, High traffic location activity, College activity, Back to school campaign, Malls activity, & society/commercial complex
I worked as PCB design engineer in the Mobile Communication group of Intel Technology India Pvt.Ltd.I am responsible for designing the layout of form factor reference design for phones and tablets. Currently I am working on board layout using Allegro 16.x for next generation FFRDs that reach market as vertical customer brand. I work closely with FUB owners, design engineers, SI/PI Engineers to implement the design requirements of highly complex board layouts. I also work closely with manufacturing engineer, Mechanical engineers and Vendors to ensure DFM/DFA from system standpoint. Being a major stakeholder, I attend the board development meetings dedicated for resolving board layout issues, providing status updates, raising the concerns and driving the design schedules. I also attend System level working group dedicated for resolving the system level issues and providing the solutions compatible with both mechanical and DFM/DFA aspects. I also attend SI/PI working group dedicated for feasibility and assessment of SI/PI aspects. I have extensive experience in end-to-end quality layout design of complex, dense, cost-effective, high-speed, controlled impedance, high volume multilayer PCBs using Allegro 16.x tool. Also I have a strong knowledge in the field of EMI/EMC. Some of the responsibilities I had designing PCBs are stackup closure, Route study/placement feasibility, schedule estimation, placement as per system guidelines, routing as per PI/SI/DFM/DFA/EMC guidelines, Intern
A typical day at work would be to check mails,and check for any meeting if they are scheduled.
As most of my time is spent working with vendors in terms of setting up events and payments post which i try and keep that to the finest detail,Further to this I welcome and take New Hires at Intel across the country through what we call a New Hire meet and greet session every Monday. Ive learnt a lot in terms of being process driven and ensuring that I give all my work 100% attention as a lot can rely on what goes wrong.the Management is very trustworthy and ensure that i can fit in all the work that i have been given.
The hardest part of my job was, that i had to streamline all the processes myself as my role here was a first of its kind, hence i had the liberty to structure and manage all mechanisms. The best part of the job was when we brainstormed around events prior to their launch and cam up with ideas as a team and when we successfully launched as well as end them, the response of a well done and accomplished event is breathtaking.
Prosprocess oriented, attention to detail, and a friendly working environment
Consbeing a contract worker, we were denied a few features, which didnt play a very significant role however was very evident as it was out in the open
Responsible in managing the payroll process. Payroll Section to ensure the payroll process for the business unit is executed accurately and timely.
Managing all payroll related issues and addressing employees query.
Singular responsibility in creation and maintenance of various employee related databases.
Responsible for managing the Medical/ Life Insurance programs that include processing, medical reimbursement claims, query handling, employee data management and performance management.
Preparing the reports using people soft that include the reports on the newly recruited candidates, term, recent update, awards and other reports.
Employees follow up process on mandatory documents.
Managing Employees Personal Files.
Handling all HR related vendors reimbursement process
Co-ordinate for smooth off – boarding. Validating exit documents and managing the final settlement.
Managing the statutory compliance with external regulations and internal values, standards, policies and procedures.
Conducting the campus joining program, handling the day one joining formalities, goodie management, induction programs.
I loved working at Intel and everyday going to office as if it is my first day (that much enthusiastic and passionate about work)
a typical day at work: Each day was a day to learn something new in the field of technology and understanding and working on technology which is still not in market
e.g. I worked on USB Type-C which will be released in 2016 by microsoft
What You Learned: I have learned both from my success and failure and make sure that the failure will not occur again and success will come again in my way
Management: I like the way things are managed at Intel
Your Co-workers: I loved working with my team at Intel (like a family)
Hardest part of the job: At first the work looks to be quite difficult and hard but after giving some time and understanding the new technology will work in the better way.
e.g. USB Type-C, SATA SSDs, PCIe SSDs, Integrated Sensor Hub
The most enjoyable part of the job: finishing the job long before the deadline and attending meetings with other teams and working together towards the completion of the projectd
ProsFree Bus pass (ORRCA), Shuttle facility, Breakfast, Lunch and snacks
ConsFree clinic, sports, gym, yoga, outing and lunch/dinner party
Productive and enthusiastic environment, friendly workspace
It was a very nice completing internship at INTEL India Pvt Ltd. The name itself suggests how good company and work-culture there.
I have experienced a very nice and friendly environment working over there. The good part about the company is everybody in the workplace are ready to help you out if you get stuck somewhere. You feel improvements in yourself every day. Your skills are enhanced daily and so is your resume/CV.
Another thing I wanted to share is about the work culture. You can easily share your experience with any other person in the company with your higher authority by immediately arranging 1:1 with him/her. Your data remains confidential and you will get notification and clarification by the same authority in a few days.
Team lunch, treats, outing, and sports activities are always there to make you relax from work pressure and fill energy in you by motivating speech of your higher authority.
ProsFriendly environment, Team lunch, treats and health checkup and festival celebrations
ConsWorking in pressure with enjoyment of observing your skills enhanced daily
Overall of 4 years of experience in Software Manual Tester and from last 2 years and 6 months working at Intel (Client). Experienced with full software development life-cycle, architecting scalable platforms, object oriented Strong knowledge in SDLC and STLC with experience in writing & executing test cases and test scenarios. Involved in gathering requirements from clients, Requirement Analysis, Estimation, Risk Management, Project status reports preparation. Experience in various types of testing – Functional, System Integration Testing, API Testing using POSTMAN framework. Hands-on experience in writing and reviewing requirements, architecture documents, test plans, design and maintaining documents, quality analysis and helping with the software release process. Ability to successfully multi-task and prioritize work. Deep understanding of HTTP methods, RESTful architecture. Worked with defect management tools like JIRA and HP ALM.
Role : Telecom Order Management for Intel Technology Global Asia Region:
Requesting telecom services (like ISDN, MPLS, Etc.) to vendors thru Billport (Intel’s internal tool) for all Intel Asia region campus and follow with vendors until it’s installed. Also handling billing with Intel Account Payable team.
Has been managing Telecom Order Management team.
Place orders on carriers and track them so that they deliver on time.
Coordinating between Sales, Circuit design and Network activations team.
Obtain price quotes from carriers and work on agreements between Carrier and Intel.
Have been successfully doing escalations with vendors to meet customer expectations.
Organize, coordinate and schedule service activations with Field-Ops and engineers.
Maintain database and documentation in Billport Inventory Tool.
Intel security one of the top MNC in the world. being part of such organization was a blessing.This job was an excellent learning opportunity and I developed my skills and experience in numerous different ways. While I already had strong IT skills, I didn’t have any previous experience of Microsoft Access. When my employer introduced a new order management system which used Access they gave me the opportunity to undertake additional training so as to be able to work effectively with this. I was then able to put this training into practice on a day-to-day basis and I am now extremely adept at using the package. I also learned a great deal about handling customers,it was great to have the chance to develop this area of my experience.
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I spent nine years in Intel's IT Communications department, received all-positive reviews, and lost my job for being an underperforming employee. Why? The official word is that I didn't do enough my last couple of years to show personal growth in my job; not demonstrate enough of an interest to learn other things. The reality is that there simply wasn't anywhere else for me to go in my job, short of becoming a manager or leaving for another department. I'm in communications. What do I do next -- become an engineer?
Intel's big on "personal growth." They don't like it if you stay in one job too long; they'd rather have you move on to a different area after a few years. In theory, this creates a well-rounded employee. In practice, if forces you out of what you do best and into a role that you may not be suited for, which can lead to -- you guessed it -- subpar performance and loss of job. The company's executives face the same situation; there's been three different CIOs since 2008; our department had four managers in six years. You end up with a supervisor who isn't consistently trained, doesn't know all facets of their job (and who may have become a supervisor simply to show that crucial "growth") and makes mistakes that harm others' careers.
As a result, there's a lot of stress beneath the smiles people give as you walk down the hall.
And then there's company performance as a whole. Intel has had several boom and bust periods over the past 15 years, and when thing
ProsExcellent pay for my field (average for the company overall), lots of opportunity for growth, good healthcare and retirement benefits, performance bonuses, generous vacation and sabbatical for the lesser-experienced.
ConsUnstable employment climate, continual cost cutting, mandatory year-to-year job growth, evaluations are solely in the hands of your immediate manager
Typical day at work: clean up after day shift. Finish their tasks while attempting to do your own shift's tasks. Wonder why day shift didn't get their assigned tasks done when they had all the engineers working on their shift and typically more technicians. Try to stay alert while the job queue rarely filled up. Repeatedly ask for more training and more detailed and clarified training - but don't receive any. Watch as the job scheduler wasn't taken full advantage of by management or engineers. The job scheduler poorly communicated to technicians when would be a good time to do scheduled maintenance, Expect that Engineers will ask you to keep up with the area maintenance schedules even when they overbooked job tasks for the area, or forgot to order the necessary supplies. Frequently expect poorly worded or confusing job run descriptions from Engineers and previous shift technicians. This will result in the frequently grumpy, woken up engineer - asked to provide clarifications. Watch while upstream items aborted in your area when they arrived - due to upstream technicians/engineers/managers failing to properly do the work/ensure that it is being done according to specifications for your area. Attempt to put out one or more fires during your shift, document them, and get your area ready for the next shift. Expect to repeatedly document the same problems from day to day, week to week, or even month to month. Always expect negative motivation from managers/engineers. Never expect
ConsNegative reinforcement management style. Horrible training program.
The most outstanding company I have ever had the pleasure to work within.
I have held several different leadership/management positions within the Intel Chandler, AZ (Ocotillo) campus. Intel has three large manufacturing facilities on this campus ranging in size from 200,000 to 300,000 square feet of Mfg floor space. I have worked in all three facilities at different times throughout my 17 year career based upon which technology was being produced in which facility and where I was requested to work. Intel utilizes the three facilities to rotate technologies as they advance to each new technology. The facility which was manufacturing the oldest of the three technologies will eventually become retrofitted when it is its turn to bring on the newest technology. Personnel on campus typically rotate with technologies to keep the skill sets balanced or they move to where critically needed.
My typical work day is logging into work from home before going to work to check all our automated production indicators for a current status on the factory and my department. Upon arrival at work I meet with the off-going area Group Leader for any specific details, questions I might have, help needed he needs from me, issues not readily understood from the indicators, anything I need to anticipate for my shift. After this we meet with his team and my team in the factory for any safety updates, any process related issues, a machine-by-machine passdown status and any generic updates. After his team departs the factory my team and I stay back to establish work
ProsLeading edge technology company, professional working environment from the top down to the shiftly production workers, exemplary integrity in how the business is run, top tier total compensation and benefits packages, corporate role models in manufacturing safety, efficiency and quality execution
ConsThere are no cons. My desire to leave is for personal family reasons.
Fascinating Work Environment. ICE Program is the only downside.
I've found it very difficult to get oriented to Intel. Very difficult to get up to speed on everything going on due to relatively poor training material, mediocre training mentality and the incredible sophistication of the process.
The employment can be incredibly lucrative with factory output bonuses and quarterly company performance bonuses. Intel offers an array of services including a subsided cafe with free beverages (soda, juice, fruit-infused water, coffee, iced tea, etc.). A massage (once every month) and other small comforts to relieve the stress of work.
A strong company culture around employee safety and producing a quality product. The manufacturing is fast-paced, results-driven, and heavily team-oriented.
In my opinion, the purpose or "drive" of the company can be lacking at times. It can be difficult to answer the "Why" sometimes. If I'm being blunt it feels that we're just out to make as much money as possible by maximizing our throughput, improving quality and ultimately satisfying customer demands. Frankly, that's pretty sufficient to me, but you feel incredibly distance from the final customer. This is countered by some notable Intel features...
Intel definitely stands out due to the "extras" it offers. Intel will donate to organizations where employees perform volunteer roles or community service. Their investment in solar power and water reclamation in Arizona is huge! The on-site cafes use sustainable products whenever possible (biodegradable plas
I was advised before I joined Intel that it was a big ship that takes a long time to change course. It is certainly a large company that seems to focus more on keeping their people placated with fun things while wondering why their quality is so poor. Their almost fanatical embrace of globalization causes a lot of problems for teams that have to coordinate through several different time zones.
Currently Intel is a company in panic. It is desperately looking to stay relevant. All of my experience is in one of their mobile departments where they are trying extremely hard to compete in the mobile space. Word on the cube row is that the only department in the company that is making money are the server groups. I've worked on some good projects, and some awful morale-shattering assignments.
The managers I've dealt the most with are, for the most part, dishonest, refuse to take responsibility for issues that arise that they could have prevented, and often expect you to be psychic so you can read their minds to know what is expected of you.
Prepare to sit through extremely pointless meetings that consist mainly of management waterfall items. These are often about reorganization, the latest golden goose that Intel wants to chase, or some executive moving from one three-letter organization to another. Learn to look forward to that daily email of encouragement from the CEO or some other nameless executive talking about how the future of Intel is ever so cheery and br
ProsLow work expectations, free drinks
ConsMicro-managers, pointless projects, expensive cafeterias, no company direction
Management was only after their personal gains, not the good of the company or employees.
This was rented pace in disconnected building 1 mile away from the 2 main Intel buildings. It had a separate set of its own management and processes.
There were a lot of safety problems and management issues, both because of selecting wrong priorities and because of choosing self interest over employee or company interests:
- on the very first day one a manager of another team brings me a free sandwich [left over from another company's meeting]. The next 3 weeks she keeps glorifying this room she has for rent and trying to rent it to me for double the price. She also pretends she has good connection to all the big guys, she can introduce me to important guys, and such. I had to clarify my disinterest much clearer than a simple No to communicate it is final!
- There was 6 hours safety instructions including video, reading materials, tests. They included instructions such as do not lean back hard on the chairs, they might flip! and still they were grossly mismanaging the safety! Right after instructions ended they sent me to get my laptop from the other building and insisted instead of walking I ride one of their visibly missing break googly bikes, riding through a tiny 3 feet path with up and downs, majority of it next to a river on one side and 15ft 70 degree free fall to the bottom of the river. I had to carry the laptop and the bike both.
- They gave me a non-standard table 36" high. I never had any problems before or after this job, but at this job I felt uncomf
I was a contractor (green badge) at the Ronler Acres site for ten months being being hired on at Intel. I am now an Intel employee (blue badge). I almost didn't take the Intel offer because I thought it was insultingly low, and I now regret that I did.
Pros: compressed workweek, lots of PTO
I have never worked anywhere where so many of my coworkers were visibly and vocally miserable about being at work. Morale here is very low. Pay is bad relative to cost of living in the Portland metro area for entry level workers and does not come close to being competitive to the rest of the industry for higher level technical and engineering jobs. There is also a major skills mismatch for their new hires: they're hiring former auto mechanics and maintenance techs, tell them they're going to be wrenching, and then 80% of them find out they will be in front of a computer and might not touch a hand tool for a couple years, if ever.
Despite the low pay, I believe that the low morale is primarily a result of the nonexistent training process, Kafkaesque bureaucracy, and the culture of fear that pervades working here.
Training: There is literally no training regimen after the first week of orientation. There are a bunch of certifications you need to get and a bunch of applications you need permissions for. No one seems to know the requirements for any of them and is unwilling to help you find out. Some people get their certs done in 3 months, some never do so they just quit after a couple o
ProsCompressed work week, ok benefits
ConsLow pay, miserable coworkers, unorganized company
Great place to work if you loved the newest IT technologies.
Participates in requirements analysis, development, integration, and testing of the IT Systems Monitoring.
I integrated associated systems and processes into existing IT monitoring tools. Provides highest level of IT Systems performance and availability monitoring in a 24X7 monitoring environment to ensures maximum IT system uptime.
Collaborates with internal Business Units and IT Support groups to resolve technical issues related to IT Systems Monitoring. Provides leadership in the development of IT System Monitoring processes and procedures, while also contributing to continuous improvement in the IT systems monitoring. Working with IT Monitoring Systems administrators to ensure monitoring systems are configured to provide optimal support of the enterprise systems and networks. Monitor toolsets, identify and categorize alerts, perform basic troubleshooting, generate remedy incident tickets, escalate incidents to support staff, and manage customer communications. Corrects or suggests alternative solutions to problems by monitors system activity and operations using monitoring and management tools and learned techniques. Communicates, counsels and advises customers on the status of network support requests.
Works on assignments that are moderately complex in nature. Interacts daily with supervisor, peer groups, and customers. Creates related documentation, standards and procedures to comply with corporation and industry standards. Attends business meetings, and collaborates w
Proshighest level knowledge of newest technologies
My first experience of working in an industry environment in the United States. And it was as dynamic and challenging as most of the things I’ve experienced in this country. I got this opportunity due to a bizarre combination of luck and recent knowledge gained in microelectronics packaging course. I was selected to work in thermal and fluid core competency lab which is a part of ATTD. This group works mainly on mechanical and material aspects of chip packaging design, testing, and analysis to support advanced chip architectures and technologies. This lab is lead by a cool, fun, smart manager who happened to a big football (soccer, if you will) fan and some very smart, hardworking folks in it. During my scanty tenure of just over two months, I made a good bond with everyone, shared drinks and learned a lot.
Having trained and worked in thermal and fluid transport phenomenon, I quickly grasped the fundamentals of package cooling and its design. I worked on two projects- one of which involved the understanding of heat sinks and the other one, characterizing the soft gap pad thermal interface materials. We started off by proposing a hypothesis to test the heat sink, eventually designed the experiments and conducted test. During this exercise, I worked with lab technicians to get the fabrication and assembly part done. One of the important things I learned here was to plan ahead. You really have to think it through and plan accordingly because there can be a lot of things bey
Job Description: Responsible as a lead global instructor, developer and Manager. Provide On-Site and remote training sessions for True-Scale and Omni-Path fabrics. Primary webcast and course developer for OEM, New Hires and Customer audiences. Responsible for setting training delivery expectations and scheduling working closely with sales, management, OEM’s and customers.
Accomplishments: Making it happen with many hats!
• Mentored/TTT two new instructors for the OPA training team
• Supported new admin with process flow, templates and training process
• Delivered 55 OPA training sessions
• Delivered 5 on-site training sessions for OPA customers
• Supported various questions, materials, and SFT setups
• Received 19 appreciation awards
• Implemented first training classroom in Hudson MA
• Provide leadership for fabric lab infrastructure
• Provide all the scheduling and reporting for management
• Provide on-going training communications for OEM’s, Partners, Resellers and Customers
• Added 4 new webcasts to our library to help scale training
• Provide day to day training support for all
• Working with Intel Builders teams to create a Fabric Builders portal for customer/sales training.
• Installed two more fabrics to support training growth initiatives
• Delivered two quarterly workshops at our Hudson training facility
• Continue to bring talented fabric professionals to our teams
Fabric training continues to deliver Omni-Path foundations
ProsWork from home, keep getting rewards
Questions And Answers about INTEL
How did you feel about telling people you worked at Intel Corporation?
Asked 24 Aug 2017
Intel is best company in India
Answered 15 Feb 2019
I Have Used from INTEL Laptob. So I HAVE INTERESTED FOR THIS JOBS FOR intel.
Answered 15 Jan 2019
What is the company culture at Intel Corporation?
Asked 24 Aug 2017
Good company for work
Answered 11 Mar 2019
It is very excellent company....
Answered 9 Jun 2018
How should you prepare for an interview at Intel Corporation?
Asked 22 Mar 2017
Self confidence and interested with the it companies skilled work
Answered 13 May 2018
Self confidence and interested with the It companies and skilled work
Answered 20 Dec 2017
What are the perks offered by Intel Corporation?
Asked 7 Aug 2017
Its kows our employ needs
Answered 7 Feb 2018
Time to time provide
Answered 30 Jan 2018
Asked 12 Jan 2019
Good compnay. Excellent facilities and perks. Company will keep on growing