The best thing is probably the work environment that is lively and fun, matched with good salaries. The company is doing good business and you can feel this in the office every day. They are also constantly trying out new techinques of management, and new technologies to make work easier and more cost effective. This leads to a fun management lab kind of vibe at work. Its nice to be around.
Even though they experiment with new technologies, they tend to be resistant to change, and eventuall stick with the old technologies and techniques.
Constantly experiment with new management techniques and interesting technology.
“Decent workplace atmosphere”
While the pay and benefits are good, the company makes up with a good workplace atmosphere that is encouraging and active. They are constantly trying new things, and this creates a nice environment to work in. Overall, its a good learning experience for everyone involved.
The company at times tends to stick with obsolete technology well past its prime.
Good workplace atmosphere, lots of tinkering and trying new methods, overall a good place to work and see how things pan out. Good work experience.
Landmark Information Group, part of the Daily Mail General Trust, is the UK’s leading provider of land and property search information, including digital mapping, environmental risk reports for property professionals and sophisticated property management tools to surveyors, risk and fraud managers and the broader financial markets. It also has operations in Germany in the form of On-Geo, and interests in Holland. Landmark has quickly developed into a leading provider of property related environmental risk information and digital mapping since the inception of the business in 1995. Landmark possesses a comprehensive database of large scale current and historic digital maps together with high quality environmental risk and planning information. The focus on quality data enables Landmark to provide solutions that create peace of mind for our customers when using one of our products. Working closely with data providers including Ordnance Survey, the Environment Agency, the Coal Authority and the British Geological Survey enables Landmark to offer current and historical environmental risk management information and desktop mapping solutions for the property industry. Since 1995, substantial investment has been made in establishing the Landmark database which is one of the largest geographical information databases in Europe.