Always stay curious

Data Engineer, Oumayma Ajengui, describes herself as “being very curious” growing up, always wanting answers to questions. The desire to learn and solve problems now drives her to deliver the best solutions to Vanderlande’s customers.

“There’s no straightforward way to figure out what the data is about,” says Oumayma. “You need to dig into the details and process them, to see the extra layer and hidden values. It’s important to be curious, to look at all possible variables and their surroundings.”

Life at Vanderlande

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Exciting projects and technologies bring work to life

Development Manager Ashish Madan works within Vanderlande’s Digital Service Platform, having built a team that is developing solutions for some of the planet’s most sophisticated automation projects. He now leads these passionate data engineers, data scientists and software developers in a hybrid setup, working in Pune, India and The Netherlands.

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Inspiring technology and projects make for a great working environment

Guillaume Doucet is based at Vanderlande’s Development Centre Software (DCS) in Quebec City, Canada. In his three years with the company, he’s moved from junior software developer to software architect. Guillaume enjoys a hands-on role, leading his team, working on large-scale projects and using the most advanced software technology.

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Embracing new challenges in a welcoming environment

Ruben Lelieveld joined Vanderlande about six months ago as a software architect. Great onboarding, the chance to develop leadership skills and challenging work have been genuine highlights. But it’s the people who have made the real difference, helping Ruben settle into his role.

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