Part 2 – Mini interview

March 7, 2012 at 4:38 pm Leave a comment

Welcome back dear reader, for part 2 in our mini interview-series. This time we throw Fredrik Ahlman onto the stage to introduce himself.

Fredrik Ahlman, 26 years

Consultant

Hello Fredrik, tell us something about yourself!

Hi, my name is Fredrik, I’m 26 years old and have just recently moved to the beautiful city of Helsingborg. I’m a guy that likes guitarr-playing..or atleast I try to play it..I also do alot of programming on my sparetime to keep my skills up-to-date. I’m originally from Kristianstad. What else do you want to know?

Uhm, what were you up to before becoming an Edumenter?

Well, I previously worked as a business consultant and in general support, programming and development to adapt business systems, optimize their flows and rationalization.

ERPs that I have experience in working with include GARP, Visma Business and Visma Administration.

I used to work in a team of 7-8 people each with their own department. My area included the installation of systems, among others Visma Business, and development of customizations and integrations between legacy systems, mobile solutions etc.

 

Alright, and what do you bring to Edument?

Well, I hope my joining, brings another talented developer to the Edument-team with good programming skills and analytical skills. I have a way of easily noticing and putting myself ahead of other people’s problems. I see the big picture.

I think it also helps that I’m Scrum-certified.

I’ll also be the youngest developer in the team, so I’ll be the quick-learner if I have to.

 

And what brought you to Edument?

The great potential for self-development that is offered. It’s also a dynamic and challenging place to be. I see Edument as a progressive and competent company and I hope I’ll be able to contribute with my knowledge.

 

Excellent, and do you have any final words?

I just have to say that it’s going to be damn fun to start and to get into it! I look forward to it!

 

 

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