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SS&C Technologies, Inc. (known as SS&C) is an American multinational financial technology company headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut that sells software and software as a service to the financial services industry. The company has offices in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Through its numerous acquired subsidiaries, such as Advent Software, Varden Technologies, Eze Software, and Primatics Financial, SS&C specializes in specific fintech markets, such as fund administration, wealth management accounting, and insurance and pension funds.

A former Senior Mutual Fund Representative/ Trainer from Kansas City, MO shares his/her experience working for SS&C Technologies, Inc. is a review published by INDEED: "The work is definitely not hard, but you are never paid what you are deserved. If you are a good employee it's even worse, because they try to take even more advantage of that. They kept adding to my workload but didn't want to change my pay. This was happening to more than just me. I worked hard and actually left the company on good terms. I just have previous co-workers still working there, that I know are not treated fairly or paid correctly."

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Former Employee - Director says

"All about revenue, which is understandable being a public company, but very little, if any, consideration given to employees. This is from the top down - CEO seems to suggest in his video series you’re lucky to have a job and should be grateful to get paid. Again, his right, but a tough pill to swallow when pulling massive hours using terrible systems while dealing with dysfunctional, disparate teams. It’s awful for all but a select few, but don’t plan to become one of the “chosen ones” regardless of what you accomplish."

Former Employee - Senior Associate says

"There’s no incentive to go the extra mile. After going above and beyond after being acquired by SS&C, I earned a promotion. The pay bump associated with that promotion I felt was far below market expectations."

Current Employee - Manager says

"- Long hours with no additional compensation or appreciation - Sales and management have no clue what goes into the promises they make to clients and give no additional support to lower staff to support those promises - Managers are consistently asked to push staff to “just before they break” point - Zero support from upper management - Pitiful compensation and bonuses - Horrible technology - Any turnover is hired back in India which forces even more hours on the U.S. staff - little to no training despite numerous requests for additional training. - impossible to use the PTO given as you are always too busy - Little to no support for personal and family life - Way behind the times for FMLA"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Opportunity to improve the culture"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Worst work culture ever. Sales team is rife with unprofessional untrustworthy liars. Stay away from this place like the plague."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"-low morale employees -low pay -negative atmosphere -lazy people -nobody likes their job -just a bunch of underpaid disgruntled employees"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Management is horrible. They lie to the clients and the employees and when their lies backfire the people on the bottom take all the blame."

Current Employee - Senior Associate says

"No growth Potential Management has favorites between employees Communication between groups doesn't exist If you are looking to grow, don't come here. Too much drama in this place."

Senior Associate says

"Long hours, demanding clients, little corporate support, bad systems, benefits and employee treatment aren't great, no potential for any kind of growth"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"No career growth No innovation No flexibility to suggest new ideas Very poor technology Dishonest and lairs in management No HR present"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"They literally treat employees as dogs. Almost 16 hours of working even in upper levels. No ethics and values.Neither Indian holidays nor American holidays. Literally you work in all 3 shifts of a day especially if you are not in IT department there. No one care for your health. Just work work workNoneSo many that i cant type here"

Operations Manager (Current Employee) says

"Horrible place to try and advance your career. I highly recommend anything else but here. Work life balance is terrible and you are not cultivated for advancement."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"all depends on the group you are in. you can get lucky and have a good boss or unlucky like most people and have a terrible boss. management only cares about itself, not the lower employees."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"No motivation, many bosses, long working hours, home drops are the worst, non employee centric, no retention policy, meetings are just to blabber around and suggestions taken are pure waste as they don't action.Considering the current cons I don't have any pros to be addedNo support from management, no motivation, job of 5 to be done by 2 ppl mentality"

Associate Manger (Former Employee) says

"The client always comes before the SS&C employee. No matter what. They know the east coast, but they recently expanded to the west coast and it's been a disaster. They lifted out employees from the client out here and they all left. There is no leadership in the LA office and they continue to put band aids on issues. The client holds the leash out in the LA office more than in most situations because the client is very high value. You would think with a client so important that they would provide a path of training and have an actual manager on site. They don't. The management team is on the east coast and doesn't know anything about what goes on day to day. The hardest part of the job was that management didn't have your back in tough situations. They would throw you under the bus in trying times. It's a me first mentality and a lot of yes men in positions of leadership. I enjoyed some of the people I worked with. Most were just there for a paycheck.Maybe the benefitsNo training, No managerial leadership, A cover your own back mentality made for bad morale across the board"

Senior Associate / Senior Content Developer (Current Employee) says

"New elearning department is good to work Looking for more custom development if available. Culture is ok. Conpany facilities is good. Work from is available for all employees"

Manager/Consultant: Portfolio Analytics (Former Employee) says

"Must abide by all rules dictated overseas. Poor communication with global employees. All development outsourced.Bagels on Thursday'sLack of any privacy."

Senior Associate (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would be challenging but at the same time it gets monotonous. The hardest part of the job is not work but the management and its policies to deal with. Culture at GlobeOp is not employee friendly."

Associate - learning and development (Former Employee) says

"The company has no organizational culture, HR has no role in the organization everything is handles by managers and senior management. No work life balance, they Drain out every single drop of energy from you. They do give a good bonus... But again there is no guarantee that you will get it since the top management decides everything.Good BonusEverything"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"trickle down politics. The wrong people are considered important there. Which ends with the wrong decisions being made or the decisions made too late."

Associate (Former Employee) says

"Inconsistent schedules leading to more late days than you wish to work. No direction or proper training for your role. The office culture is toxic, filled with mean girls and office bullies. Sink or swim is the motto. There's insane pressure set to impress mgmt leading to ridiculous expectations that you have to meet. Hardly any socializing is made. Work/life balanced not in favor of new hires, unless you prove yourself over an undetermined amount of time, for 'soft' benefits. Technology is sub-standard and makes tedious work, more difficult. High turn-overs with this office. There's job security if you can withstand the negativity. Good place for college grads with no experience.Free continental breakfast on FridaysMgmt, Office culture, Tedious work, high turn-overs"

Sr. Associate (Current Employee) says

"Poor management treat as worker they give us wages. Long working hour and poor management policy is poor and facilities are poor. No balance of personal lifeGood for learningmany"

Fund Accounting and Operations Associate Manager (Current Employee) says

"Been doing the same job for 41/2 years even though I've received great yearly reviews, advancement is non existent. The best way to move up would be to quit and reapply from outside as that seems to be the only way to advance. I work with a lot of great people but upper management seems not to care too much about employees just profit margins. Salary is OK, but could be better.work/life balance is ok. Free breakfast on FridaysAdvancement is non existent"

Associate (Current Employee) says

"Good place to start your career and learn if you are out of college."

Associate Manager (Former Employee) says

"There is no work/ life balance. Most of the employee have to stretch beyond normal working hours on most of the days which results in higher attrition.Technology Driven - Most process are automatedLong working Hours"

Software Engineer (Current Employee) says

"If it takes 20 seconds to tie your shoes, it will take 5 minutes at SS&C. There are hundreds of protocols, most of them arbitrary and unhelpful. The people are wonderful, for the most part. Management seems like it was cherry-picked from the mental-health clinic. I really don't understand how there can be so many good and hard-working folks, yet management is forcing us to step on landmines on a routine basis. The technology is behind the times. They are using software frameworks from 10 years ago (Silverlight, MVC 3, etc).The People.Management, Technology"

Senior Associate (Current Employee) says

"Hard to grow as all the managers only promote their friends and not necessarily the hardworking employees. Management Needs work. I wouldn't suggest my friends or anyone to work here.Can't think of anyThey look down at their employees. No progression."

Associate Manager (Current Employee) says

"Poor resource management, very poor management, poor appraisal system, People only in good book of management got benefit. Getting nothing after putting lot of hard work."

Associate Manager (Former Employee) says

"Was associated with Globeop for almost 8 yrs in the areas of OTC Collateral Management, Valuations and Pnl.near to homelong hours"

Associate (Current Employee) says

"Poor Salary Increment and Hike , Bonus is very less.Notice Period is two months. Lot of of Office Politics.Seniors dont work. Need to stretch for 12 to 14 hours. Long hours of work wll create Frustration. Attrition rate is very high.No ProsLong hours"