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Trimble Reviews

What is it like working at Trimble?

Challenging and enjoyable.
Administrative / Office Manager in Cape Town:
Pros: Being able to work with colleagues on all levels of Management. I enjoy the culture and atmosphere we have in place at our offices.
Cons: Acknowledgment
Safe, easy, self-paced.
Quality Assurance (QA) / Test Automation Engineer in Espoo:
Pros: The diversiteetti of the social athmosphere
Cons: Lack of transparency, physical locatio and offices
Great company with a lot of growth.
Manufacturing Engineering Manager in Dayton:
Pros: Ability to own a process and make real changes.
Cons: Too many meetings due to collaboration culture.
Loving details, and a lot of patience will go a long way.
Business Analyst, Software in Vancouver:
Pros: Helping companies implement software successfully and achieving a lot of things that were not possible before
Cons: Stressful projects can happen sometimes due to a misfit in resourcing and organization culture of the customer.
Strategic Sourcing Manager in Broomfield:
Trimble is a global organization with a diverse culture. Open communication with full transparency comes from the top down. Rob Painter (CEO) is well respected with a shared vision for all employees. Trimble supports work/life balance & has improved it's eLearning format from within.
Trimble is a great company to work.
Product Owner in Dublin:
Pros: The team
Cons: The product is old, I would like to work with new products, new tech