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Employees introduce themselves

TECHNICAL CONSULTANT

Vlad Singeorzan

Vlad Singeorzan

My name is Vlad Singeorzan and I am one of the Technical Consultants at Infosim®. My daily job consists of supporting our customers and partners as well as our sales department in technical matters regarding implementations, tenders, etc. This also includes product demos, training and proof-of-concepts.

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About one week per month I am traveling for work. This could be different places all across Europe or in the US. The remaining 75% of the time I work in the office in Würzburg or from home. This way, there is a nice balance between work life and family life.

The technical challenges, the variety, the international work environment, and, the contact with customers and partners in particular, make the job exciting and interesting.

I studied computer science at the University of Würzburg. Our sales engineering team also includes people from other German and international universities. Most of us have a background in computer science, electrical engineering or related fields. In my opinion, my job is interesting for starters as well as people with professional experience.

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RESEARCH CONSULTANT

Dr. Nieke Aerts

Dr. Nieke Aerts

My name is Nieke Aerts and my official job title at Infosim® is Senior Consultant R&D. In this role I get to do many different things. Above all, as the job title suggests, I get to represent Infosim® in some of their exciting research projects and work on innovative ideas with others from different companies, universities and research institutes. The job is a good mixture of project management, student support, and innovation. In one day I could be working on my own idea in the morning, having a meeting about a research project afterwards and in the afternoon help a student with an implementation, a great variety of tasks.
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In addition, I also benefit from the fact that at Infosim nobody only does research, there is always a second area in which you have responsibilities, mostly in the area of SE or development. This ensures that you are aware of the applications of your work in the commercial product StableNet® and/or the value of it for our partners and customers directly. In reverse you can bring the applied knowledge back to the research work.

In terms of traveling and freedom of choosing your own office hours, the R&D consultants are somewhat between the SEs and the developers. In my opinion it is a luxury to be able to go to different places and meet for research work or project meetings. It is fun to be somewhat in between university and industry.

I studied mathematics and did my doctorate and even though this is not the average background at Infosim, I do really feel at home here.

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JAVA DEVELOPER

Lena Hesselbach

Paul Seyerlein

My name is Paul Seyerlein and I am a developer at Infosim®. For me, an average day in the office starts with a stand-up meeting with the development team during which we discuss what we’ve done the day before, what the plan is for today and the questions that have arisen or are expected. The rest of the day I work on my assigned tasks at my desk. In the meantime, I often have brief meetings to clarify different questions directly with my colleagues.
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At Infosim® every developer has a lot of responsibility their personal contributions are highly appreciated. For example, many of my tasks deal with topics that I have proposed myself as possible addons to our software. What I also like, is that I get the time to learn new things. I spend about one afternoon a week learning, reading or watching something to enhance my skills.

Most of my tasks are adaptions and extensions to our product StableNet®. Some of them are based on customer requests, but most are dictated by our own roadmap. Our development is working with agile methods. For the bigger changes we often work in teams, the smaller changes are done by one person, but of course afterwards the code is reviewed.

I studied computer science at the University of Würzburg as did many others in my team. However, we also have colleagues from other universities or colleges and colleagues with a different background than computer science.

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Software Support Engineer

Lena Hesselbach

Andreas Stumpf

My name is Andreas Stumpf and I am a software support engineer at Infosim®. I am responsible for helping our customers solve day-to-day problems as well as help them with upgrades, new installations and configuration of our product StableNet®. Basically I am busy with troubleshooting and problem management in 1st, 2nd and 3rd level support.

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I spend most of my working hours at my desk in the Wuerzburg office. My colleagues in the support team are close and therefore we can easily discuss solutions together. Every day there is a standup meeting with the development staff and with the sales engineers, so that issues that are related to the other teams can be discussed. Discussions with partners and customers mostly go via our ticket system, phone calls and e-mails.

I was educated at the “Städtische Berufsfachschule für IT-Berufe” and during my studies joined Infosim® for several projects. In our team with have people with different backgrounds, all related to IT of course.

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