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Magdalena – Senior Consultant, involved in DACH projects
As Analyst/Consultant at Sollers I can constantly develop myself. Working on many different projects with experienced professionals from all over the world allows me to broaden my horizons every day.
Working outside Poland and with clients abroad, made it possible for me to put foreign language skills to use and become more self-confident and more open to learning about new people and cultures.
Working on German market taught me appreciation of cultural differences and that we shouldn’t trust stereotypes – Germans are not always punctual, they do have sense of humor and know how to have fun.
From my experience, a mix of different cultures on projects has resulted in more creative solutions designed thanks to ideas being challenged from different perspectives.
Daria – Consultant, involved in projects on the Polish market, Scrum Expert
Sollers gives the opportunity to have a real impact on how the company looks like and operates – there is always room for changes and work improvement suggestions.
Working with Polish clients is challenging when it comes to adopting Agile, as most insurance companies have a traditional way of working. But it’s exciting to see the transformation into agile organizations.
Developing products internally compared to working on the client’s site in some ways is more creative, though it requires more patience. It takes time to see the results of the work and prove the success of the product.
During my current project, I have learned that it’s crucial to make sure that as a team and as a project we work for the same goal and, it might seem obvious, but communication really is the key.
Paweł – IT Architect, experience in local and abroad projects
I feel good in Sollers IT team because I can always find someone with knowledge and experience who is willing to help.
On IT projects, cultural differences teach the art of communication. You have to listen carefully, read between the lines. You have to use different methods to achieve the same goal with Polish, Danish or Japanese people.
For developers, working with clients abroad it is important, because it gives you the opportunity to understand different ideas, different points of view. It is like an exercise in broadening your horisons.
My last project in Japan was adventurous. I felt like in another world, both at work and in my free time. I learned to be patient and smart to get any decision at any level of the project.
Piotr – Senior Infrastructure Consultant, currently on a Japanese project
In IT Administration we work with the newest technologies and use a variety of solutions closely connected to DevOps toolchain: ranging from tools to orchestrate and automate configuration, up to flexible infrastructure.
Agility simplifies communication between team members and the organization of our work. In regular meetings, we share knowledge and the status of our tasks, we know what to do in upcoming days and the priorities.
Experience gained on projects abroad is very unique. I had the opportunity to see how companies work and what the “best practices” in other countries around the world are.
The greatest challenge when working abroad is to understand their culture, traditions and rules. A nap at work on the table next to you? – yes, it’s normal in Japan and it means you work very hard.