Did you start at this position with Scalepoint or has your position changed over time?
I started out as a .net developer.
What does your job entail?
My job is to design and develop a software solution based on the business requirements.
What does a typical day look like for you?
Most of the time meetings take up half of my day. The meetings are about requirement clarifications, preparing the solution proposals and discussing them with the team. But I also find some time to focus and do some hands-on development.
What is the best part of your job?
The best part is to end up with a happy end user.
What makes you proud to work for Scalepoint?
To be a part of a company who cares about their customers and makes fantastic software.
What is the biggest challenge?
To find the right solution fulfilling the requirement, instead of making the solution proposed by the problem owner.
– How do you handle it?
I talk to people and convince them that this is the right solution for them.
What challenges do you solve for customers/colleagues?
My team and I work primarily in fields of automation, identity services, referral, and case management.
When you are to present Scalepoint to people outside the industry, what do you say?
We help insurance companies to help their customers.
What is the best thing about working with software for the insurance industry?
Seeing how our software solution is being used by people and experiencing how it helps automating their processes.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
Parenting, reading, guitar noodling, bicycle building, robots programming.
Which Scalepoint core value do you like the best (Simplicity, Personal, Ambitious or Drive) and why?
Simplicity, because it’s also a good one for software development.