Which project have you found particularly exciting?
An exciting project, which has now also been released to the market, is a new home station for door communication systems. I joined the team after the project had already begun. So, of course, I had to learn a lot about the system in a very short time. It was a real challenge. But in the end, the project was successfully completed and sales have now started - with a lot of positive feedback.
Are you proud of that?
Of course, such positive feedback gives you a sense of pride, because you contributed to that project. As I said, the feedback on the product is very positive, it was at times overwhelming.
How do you feel about your job and the working atmosphere?
I'm happier here than I've ever been before. There's a lot of work, a lot to do. The challenge is to commit yourself to fundamentally new concepts, some of which start from scratch, and you have to think about the direction in which you want to go, what the market wants to have, and how this can be achieved technically. All in all, this simply makes for an incredibly creative and, at the same time, challenging and very current field of work. It is not always easy to combine career and family, especially in today's challenging world, and this is managed very well by Gira. They allow me to work from home so I can support my family. This is a modern approach to understanding today's workplace and also helps to ensure that employees are satisfied. Of course, corporate culture and interaction with our co-workers are also essential parts of our work. When it comes to the sum of the individual parts, Gira is just really well set-up, and suits me at a personal level very well.