Compare QA Consultants vs Netbuilder BETASee how Netbuilder vs. QA Consultants compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at QA Consultants full-time for more than 5 years
Team - being surrounded by best of the best QA professionals makes for a very productive and efficient ecosystem. Over half of the people have been with the company 5+ years. Culture - constant... focus on innovation in the QA space. Everything from developing the most innovative automation and performance testing solutions to testing autonomous cars. Facilities - the Head Office in Toronto is simply the best space I have ever worked in. Spacious, Modern, private cafeteria, Subway entrance from the building. Paid Training - company pays for all professional development courses. Amazing Clients - being able to constantly work with clients from every industry from constraction, banking, insurance and retail to gaming, automotive and government is very rewarding and interesting. Health and Dental Benifits including Gym Membership- company pays for executive membership at GoodLife if you go minimum 12 times/month
As a professional services firm where our clients pay for every minute of our time we always have to be on top of our game... Not everyone has what it takes...
Advice to Management
Continue to focus and invest into innovation. What we do is now more vital than ever before. In the past we were saving carriers of our clients today we are also saving lives.
I have been working at Netbuilder full-time for more than a year
Had a fantastic feeling of comradery within the Delivery Centre, great communication and very strong leadership on-site. Solid processes and very clear plan of delivery from the project managers,... with integrated support from testing and all developers - a real team spirit. Used to have lots of social events and Friday Meeting with Head of Delivery was always enjoyable.
Only had one customer. Lost that customer. We all lost our jobs. Either bad insight by senior management or poor sales but company crumbled beneath their feet.
Advice to Management
Get more than one customer. Get a sales team. Don't rely on one account manager. Show appreciation to your staff and don't leave it to project managers or Delivery Manager to give feedback.