Since I can remember myself, I had a dream of creating something great and significant. INHUBBER (key2contract?) is a startup which I’m proud of having given birth to. I see its great potential and am happy to put all of my creative power into it.
INHUBBER (key2contract) stands for me in the first line for innovation. I see innovation as a driving force of progress, which I believe makes people’s lives better. On another hand, the customers deserve the best achievable user experience and service level. Day-to-day we deliver to our customers solutions which represent a union of these aspects. We achieve this by using a balanced mix of promising bleeding-edge technologies, proven solutions and a good portion of courage.
As CTO and founder of INHUBBER/key2contract, I have a multi-dimensional field of goals:
as Leader: While achieving our middle and long term goals in needed time and quality, I’m trying to provide to our IT team as much resources and freedom they need. My goal here is to find a balance between these
as IT Professional: continuous learning, open for new technologies
as Founder: always seeking to introduce new ways of how can we improve our services, so that it will make our customers even more happy and keep our company growing
“Life is short. Live it. Love it. Don’t waste it. Create harmony.” (me)
Curiosity for innovation, meeting and learning from great people and star professionals, make the world of people around me better by making things I’m good at.
My great wife, my amazing kids and my lovely family. My exceptional friends.
In any way I would develop some kind of innovative IT solutions which make other people more happy.
There are those amazing books, bringing you to a different level in a generic way. That is such a sort of book, which can accompany you life-long, giving you in every phase of your life some new thoughts. In my library of that type are among others “How To Win Friends And Influence People” (Dale Carnegy), “7 Habits Of Highly Effective People” (Stephen R. Covey) and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” (Robert T. Kiyosaki). And no, I don’t believe I’m a perfect father (who does?), so currently I’m training my parenting skills with “How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk” (Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish).
a knife: for any types of tasks
a tent: for hiding and to produce drinking water from sea water
a flashlight with sun battery: to be seen in the darkness by plains and ships eventually passing by
I rather prefer dogs. Of course, there might be exceptions, but… The great point for me about dogs is that, according to my personal experience, they are always happy to see you and actually human beings in general, while the cats often just see us as the source of food 🙂