WeSafe IT invited to "One Microsoft Place" in Dublin
WeSafe's CEO Peter Fritzon visited Microsoft in Ireland, here he tells us more!
I had the great pleasure to visit the Swedish sales team on site at the new office "One Microsoft Place" in Dublin. An impressive building that accommodates over 2,000 employees from 71 different nationalities.
I was given the opportunity to present WeSafe IT and our services to the Swedish sales team and I was met by a young team who are passionate about their work and who showed great commitment and interest in what I had to say. It was inspiring to see so many young people showing such will and determination. The feeling was that Microsoft's mission, "To empower every person and organisation to do and achieve more", was written on the walls and permeated the whole team.
Meeting these young and eager salespeople made me realise what opportunities they actually have. The rapid development of cloud services and the advance of digitalisation have changed the game. Much of the lead has been erased. The services are new to everyone, giving a whole new opportunity for young ambitious guys and girls to quickly pick up new knowledge and become attractive on the job market. It may even be an advantage not to carry baggage, with old mindsets, that can make it harder to absorb new technology.
We at WeSafe IT have seen a great advantage ourselves in not having a legacy to consider, as we are "born in the cloud". This has meant that our entire organisation is built around the new type of services, making it easier for us to adapt to new technologies.
The team has fantastic mentors in Tanja Bundi, Johan Åsberg, Wilhelm Strömberg, Ebba Randing Heyman, Per Cedell, Peder Hansen and Oscar Kjellberg who support and guide them in their work. I look forward to getting to know everyone a little better through many joint business processes in the future.