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Get to know our Customer Lead Magnus!

Sometimes when you meet new people it takes a while before all the pieces fall into place and sometimes it fits like a glove immediately.
As our teams grow, with our customer commitments, our need for people who can be the hub that holds the whole together as well as the pillar that the teams can lean on. That is why we are very proud to be able to welcome Magnus to the TIQQE family. He fits like a glove.

Who is Magnus?

I am a pretty friendly guy at the peak age for enjoying life, happily married to Åsa and a proud father of two teenage sons. The last two years, I have spent a lot of my spare time in the Stockholm archipelago building a summer house, and look forward to more building projects to come. On an existential level, I have not given up about making the world a better place and finding hope for the future.

What do you do at TIQQE?

I work as a Customer Lead for one of our customers and try to facilitate life for all team members so they can be productive and also make great things happen for our customer. I really enjoy coming up with and building innovative digital solutions for supply chain and logistics and in this job there is plenty of that!

What has been your first impression of TIQQE? 

To me TIQQE is above all a great place to work with some really nice, driven and smart people.

Looking out 3 to 5 years, what do you think will be the next big change in your industry?

I think there will be some major improvements in what you can expect from business applications. They will be more connected, well-designed and intuitive – just like consumer applications are today. TIQQE is in the forefront here using serverless cloud technology to make it happen. Unfortunately, I am not so sure that all customers will realize that this is possible and especially for large corporations, they might still choose the traditional vendors and solutions out of habit and established market structures.

If a kid walked up to you asking for your advice regarding anything, and you only had a few minutes to give ‘em your best tip, what would it be?

Keep doing the things that you enjoy and do well, be generous and do something for others because it is the key to happiness. Don’t forget that life continues tomorrow, not everything needs to happen at once.

Magnus Molin

“Enable ideas, challenge the present, never stop learning and always be nice.“