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12 days ago

Quality Assurance Analyst (Contract)- one year

Actuate Richmond Hill

• Develop, manage and implement a QA plan with respect to product development initiatives, escalating issues as required. • Keep current with… Actuate


17 days ago

Product Manager

Actuate Richmond Hill

The Product Manager is responsible for both product planning and product marketing. This includes managing the product throughout the product… Actuate


17 days ago

OOXML Parsing and Rendering Developer

Actuate Richmond Hill

We are looking for individuals who have a deep understanding of Office Open XML (OOXML) file formats to expand the capabilities of our Java based… Actuate


27 days ago

Java Software Developer

Actuate Richmond Hill

Essential • Create work effort estimates that will be used for planning. • Convert technical specifications into program code. • Analyze… Actuate


28 days ago

Sales Development Representative - CSG

Actuate Richmond Hill

include but are not limited to the following: • Conduct high-level phone calls to middle/senior level executives and application developers to… Actuate


10 days ago

Customer Entitlement Specialist

Actuate Richmond Hill

• Interface with customers by phone and email in order to collect and maintain customer entitlement data in Salesforce.com • Create… Actuate


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Actuate President, CEO, and Director Pete Cittadini
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    Former Employee - Software Engineer  in  Toronto, ON
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Toronto, ON

    I worked at Actuate full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Well paid jobs, compared to market. 9-5 hours.

    Cons

    Some incompetence at higher level. Corporate managers have no clue about tech. No growth opportunities (old boys club). They do acquisitions of smaller companies and drive those products straight into the ground. Stories went around about higher management using foul language in all hands meetings (disgusting). People lost jobs after many layoffs.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop buying tech companies whose product you cannot sell. Give people a chance to advance in their careers. Cleanup your language.

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