At Roger we have multitalents and people from very different backgrounds and interests – high-level IT experts from technology architects to frontend and backend developers, UI and UX designers, scrum professionals, marketing tech and strategy experts, and business and service designers. This diversity is a gift that is the cornerstone of our tribe. Get to know the Roger people.
Together, the community and hard-working atmosphere motivates Oona at work in particular.
“The best thing about this place and the everyday work life here is the diversity. We have people from very different backgrounds and age groups, and with careers of different lengths and different kinds of interests here at Roger. It makes our work community interesting and brings many kinds of perspectives!“
“The good vibe arises, when I really find myself valuable for the customer and I make the customer’s life easier.”
Before working at Roger, Andras used to work for one of our customers. The customer relationship turned into a work relationship and transitioning to Roger was smooth, as he had become familiar with many of his colleagues through the customer relationship.
"At Roger, I have gone from using marketing automation tools to supporting customers, and work has been very interesting because I have gotten to broaden my expertise and become involved in completely new assignments."
The best thing about his job have been the customers, assignments that have been challenging enough, and the entire work community, of course.
Andy spends his free time training and gigging with his band Stråle, but he also has time for an active family life.
Pirkka has been around since 2005 in various roles from software developer to programmer, project manager, salesperson, service manager, executive vice president, team lead and even coffee machine mechanic. Pirkka likes to dress in a colorful way and crack jokes even in the middle of tough projects, cheering up everyone’s day.
During freetime, Pirkka takes care of leasing dogs, grows chilis and put various kinds of seeds into the mold with the enthusiasm of an innocent child.
“Integrations are simple: data goes in, data goes out. Executing it is a totally different story.”