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28 days ago

Financial Planning Quality Assurance

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

, not limited to: • Collecting and refining client use cases and testing requirements for individual client projects • Designing and executing… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Help Desk Technician

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

As a technology analyst, you will have the opportunity to provide strategic technical guidance to both our clients and Strata Decision’s staff. You… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Product Manager

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

You must be able to communicate with all areas of the company. You will work with product development to define product requirements. You will work… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Software Optimization Consultant

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

, not limited to: • Create and maintain a positive customer relationships • Document business requirements, analyze requirements or identify… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Client Success Manager

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

• Responsible for managing a portfolio of high value accounts. • Ensures that critical client issues are managed and resolved effectively… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Technical Documentation Specialist

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

• Create and maintain technical software documentation for client support • Follow consistent writing style standards and guidelines across… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Software Implementation Consultant

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

As a Software Implementation Consultant, you will be responsible for managing the implementation and use StrataJazz within integrated health systems… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Project Manager

Strata Decision Technology Chicago, IL

, but not limited to: • Develop, maintain, and monitor detailed project schedules • Track project changes and make necessary updates as needed… Glassdoor

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    Good opportunities, fun people, somewhat confused focus

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Chicago, IL (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL (US)

    I worked at Strata Decision Technology full-time for more than 3 years


    Much like other companies, your experience at Strata is heavily dependent on your manager. Because I moved within the company a fair bit, my experience was mixed, but for the last two years I had great managers and I enjoyed working there. Are there some bad days? Of course, but that is the case in any company. My interactions in my most recent role were primarily with the development team and some stakeholders on the consulting side, and I can't complain about the people I worked with. There are definitely some unprofessional people who, thankfully, I did not have to work with too much. But like some of the other reviews suggest, these people tend to be in positions of power because of which their aura permeates through the culture making the environment unprofessional on occasions.

    Strata gave me the opportunity to find what I really enjoyed doing, and that is something I am very thankful for. They let you move internally if you prove yourself, which is great, especially right out of undergrad when you don't necessarily know what you want to do. Also, I met some truly awesome people who remain my closest friends.


    My biggest problem with Strata is that they are confused whether they are a tech company or a consulting company. I think they WANT to be a consulting company, but at the end of the day they sell a product without which they might as well shut shop. The culture, the office space and the dress code are very consulting-esque and the political hierarchy and power lie within the consulting teams. As someone on the dev side of things, this was one of my biggest reasons for leaving.

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    Invest in the product and the product teams and keep your employees happy

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