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Manatron is now Thomson Reuters Aumentum.

Thomson Reuters Corporation ( (listen)) is a Canadian multinational media conglomerate. The company was founded in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where it is headquartered at 333 Bay Street (Bay Adelaide Centre). Thomson Reuters was created by the Thomson Corporation's purchase of the British company Reuters Group in April 2008 and is majority-owned by The Woodbridge Company, a holding company for the Thomson family.

An anonymous former Thomson Reuters Corporation employee recounts his experience working for the company on the "Glassdoor" website on June 23, 2020:

"The managers don't provide the training needed for their proprietary software and then hold you accountable for not knowing something. The direct managers I had were completely condescending, like to talk over people and talk down to you if you don't speak code. Glad I stood up for myself in such a horrible environment."

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Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Manatron was a good first job for programming experience. It allowed me to stay in Michigan vs. employment with EDS in New Jersey. However, starting with a low salary, they missed the 6 month pay increase with no explanation. Coworkers were not given the 1 year increase. So at about 1 year I left to pursue other employment. Once I left, they quickly gave back raises to the other programmers (just not me...)ExperienceLow salary, no timely raises"

VOLUNTEER (Current Employee) says

"Manatron is a good fit if you are looking for something quick, however they are not a good company to work for just because they do not pay very well and have little to no advancement opportunities."