CEO

Alan J. Herrick

  • Founded

    6th October, 1990

  • Revenue

    ?100 to ?500 billion (INR) per year

  • Employees

    11,900

  • Headquarters

    Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Anonymous posted a review

09 Sep 2017

4/5
They have been actively promoting women in technology field and even started comeback opportunities for women on break . However , in the end it all depends on the project and team you have assigned to . If the manager you are assigned to is considerate , life is very easy at Sapient . If you finish your job in time , then you can have it easy . Work can be hectic but the culture is good . In Sakshi's case if she has a full time help with kids and home then I guess it would be a good option as Sapient pays well . If she doesn't have help with the kids , it can get very taxing for her . Pros : a) You get to work on really good projects and technologies .
b) It's a brand name that can adds lot of value to your resume .
c) It pays higher than industry standards

Cons : a) Work life balance can go for a toss.']

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