Tell us more about yourself and what led you to your current position. What three words would you use to describe your role?
What made you pursue a career in tech? How did you become interested in telematics and join Ruptela?
I became a member of the Ruptela family almost 9 years ago after Ruptela visited our university during a career day. Their presentation on telematics devices and vehicle tracking motivated me to learn as much as possible about this field. As a result, I focused my bachelor’s work on tracking devices and even built one myself. After finishing my studies, I noticed a technical support specialist job opening at Ruptela. Given my passion for problem-solving and communication, I applied for the position, and I’m proud to say that I’m still a part of the Ruptela family today.
How does your journey at Ruptela looks like?
What are your job’s most challenging and most cheering elements?
Tell us more about your hobbies
Woodworking is a wonderful hobby that requires a unique set of skills and traits. To be successful in this craft, one must possess a keen eye for detail, precision, and a great deal of patience. Each cut, measurement, and joint must be carefully thought out and executed flawlessly to create a beautiful and functional piece of woodwork. With each project, woodworkers develop their skills and hone their craft, constantly improving and refining their techniques. Whether it’s creating a simple picture frame or a complex piece of furniture, woodworking is a rewarding and fulfilling hobby that provides both artistic expression and practical skills.
What is your favorite place in the world? Why?
Being with my family is what matters the most, no matter where we are.
And the last one – could you share any advice for those who want to start their career in the telematics industry?
To start a career in the telematics industry, it is essential to have a strong foundation in technology and engineering. Gaining experience in related fields, staying up-to-date with emerging technologies, looking for internships or entry-level positions, developing strong communication and interpersonal skills, and being willing to adapt and learn are key factors for success in the industry.