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28 days ago

Call Center Reporting Manager

Experian Allen, TX

The Call Center Reporting Manager leads a team of analysts that develop and systemically generate reports, quantifies and measures the impact of… Experian

6 days ago

Converged Infrastructure Engineer Expert

Experian Allen, TX

The Converged Infrastructure Engineer (CIE) will be responsible for documentation, deployment and troubleshooting of the complete vBlock environment… Experian

6 days ago

Software Developer Senior

Experian Costa Rica

Ability to code in one or more programming languages or software system. Maintain and enhance existing code. Perform software testing (debugging… Experian

28 days ago

Senior Sales Consultant

Experian United States

This position can be located in any of the Telecom hubs: NY/NJ, Dallas, Chicago or in the Washington DC/VA area. As an Enterprise Architect with… Experian

28 days ago

Automotive Business Development Specialist (WA Virtual)

Experian Seattle, WA

Leveraging the total suite of Experian data and technology assets, the ideal candidate will help large dealer groups and marketing agencies to… Experian

28 days ago

Software Developer

Experian Costa Mesa, CA

• Analyzes, designs and implements programs. • Identifies and resolves application issues. • Assesses the health and performance… Experian

28 days ago

NA VP Sales Telecom Vertical

Experian United States

Reporting to the Executive Vice President of Strategic Accounts Experian Americas, the VP Lead will be responsible for overall revenue generation of… Experian

28 days ago

Email Marketing Account Executive

Experian Costa Rica

As an Account Manager you will work directly with co-workers and clients in the U.S. (New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco) and also with clients… Experian

28 days ago

Customer Account Manager Software

Experian Boston, MA

• Understand the customers business model and workflow to educate them on how to identify and measure the benefits they are receiving… Experian

28 days ago


Experian New York, NY

The Sales/ Account Executive will have sales and account management responsibility for top commercial lending financial institutions. You will be… Experian

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7 Ratings

    A huge organisation with typical issues for one of its size - but making positive strides on a daily basis.

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    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Director  in  London, England
    Current Employee - Director in London, England

    I have been working at Experian


    Breadth of product and service offerings in relation to those required in the market are comprehensive and wide reaching.
    Things are improving internally - but its a slow process in a large organsiation.
    There are some (actually many) really bright and passionate people in Experian.
    Restructures are often done with the right motives and ideas in mind in response to market and business challenges.
    Experian are very mindful of their reputation and the needs of a listed business.
    The company has launched a number of internal initiatives relating to centralised services and development programmes that will in time add great value to the organsiation and its employees.
    Variety of clients, divisions and international opportunity for those that want to take the chances that regularly emerge.


    Organisation could join product and service offerings together for greater impact in the marketplace.
    Poor reward and recognition model that doesn't deal with cross over between divisions with clients with different propositions for the same problem.
    Heaviliy centralised internal support teams leading to poor Executive decision making and local team support who see numbers but not reality of business.
    Things are improving but, as with all large organsiations, its moving very slowly which can be very frustrating for employees.
    Annual restructures.
    There are a number of long termers who live in the past but do what is required to get by and pay the bills - their passion for the business they work in has long since gone.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider the employees and communicate more appropriately to avoid issues with second guessing and rumours that destabilise good people who move on before rumours and non-issues are clarified.

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