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Anybody has any ideas about T-systems with respect to work culture and quality of work. Are they just like other service company doing routine work or do the engineers there get to do good quality of work. How is the work environment ? I've heard that in services companies the managers are not great and that they set unrealistic deadlines counting weekends etc themselves rather than getting the estimates from developers and don't give a damn about the quality of the software.

Please let me know if T-systems falls in the same group or if it is different.
 
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hi..
regarding quality of work I think t-sys is much better than other service companies.also see some other past posts to know more.
 
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Before posting I had gone through the previous posts but they do not seem to answer the questions about the kind of work and work culture. Do they give internet access to people ?
 
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One of my friends was with T-systems so as far as his information, T systems,pune has got ok kind of work culture.Work pressure is not much(9.30 to 6.30).Internet access is there i guess. I think it is mainly offshore model so not sure about the quality of work. And they give pretty good salaries. Hope this helps.
 
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I heard they have lots of new projects coming. Just wanted to know whether the news is authentic.
 
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Originally posted by Sumit Chopra:
I heard they have lots of new projects coming. Just wanted to know whether the news is authentic.




The news *might* be true. Sometime back, they came with Systems and Telecom QA and now they are asking for SAP Testers. So new projects are coming, I guess.

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hi.
have u seen their recuitment add in pune times..by looking into it seems they have work on good tech like hibernate,web service & also on J2me,CRM also..ragarding onsite I have herd that they have german onsite?Isnt it ture?
 
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Yea. I think it is true. But wanted to get a insider opinion if there is anyone working there.
 
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