For the past 20 years Ulrike has been working for SKIDATA in the area of training, documentation and project management. As a graduate management trainer, she shares her expert technical knowledge with everyone. With her luggage full of SKIDATA’s stadium products, she travels around the world – from Indian cricket stadiums to South African soccer stadiums.
Ulrike loves technology and contact with other people, as well as foreign countries and the challenges that come with them. In addition to colorful stories and anecdotes, her travels provide her with experience in dealing with technical challenges in an international setting. Since September 2015 Ulrike has been responsible for the entire portfolio of product training. Additionally, she manages the global SKIDATA training strategy in order to best equip our staff for their future tasks.
When it comes to his home country, Imre knows a few good jokes as well as plenty of interesting stories! Born in Hungary, he has been a senior member of our Technical Support team since April 2007. He has expanded his resume while working on many projects all over the world – some of us still remember his "Soccer-WM-Angola" project presentation when we all learned that you can be successful even under the toughest conditions. Today, he serves as mentor to the junior members of our Technical Support team as well. We are proud to have him on our team – and he proves that sometimes age really is just a number.
Herbert has been leading project teams from storming to performing since February 2001. Whether he is dealing with co-workers, partners, suppliers or clients – access management and destination management project work in professional services is always a success thanks to consistent teamwork. He is a certified senior project manager (IPMA Level B). Herbert holds multi-day workshops that prepare juniors for the challenges of project management and show seniors the finishing touches to successfully complete international projects, regardless of size or budget. Structure, method, transparency and social skills are especially important to Herbert.