HOW WE WORK
We like to view ourself as do’ers. We like to build systems, applications and solutions fast without getting bogged down in endless “red tape” situations. We try to keep the overheads and meta-work to a minimum, to solve problems quickly and efficiently, rather than have long, detailed processes and complex project managing models.
We like the people working with us to be excited, positive and enthusiastic, with a lot of “go” and selfdrive. We want people who come up with ideas and can turn those ideas into reality – we want the do’ers whose motto could be “Just do it”.
Erik is an enthusiastic developer who appreciates analyzing and solving problems slightly more than writing elegant code. Before co-founding Snapcode he worked as a consultant for the largest dial-a-ride operator in Sweden and carried that experience with him when laying down the foundation of Alfa. While he has a tendency to work in solitude until early morning he’s also keen on building teams that can handle problems together in an efficient manner.
You’d have to look very hard to find a more energetic, positive and uplifting person than Anette! She’s in charge of our customer service, handles training and education of our customers in how to use and set up Alfa, help setting up new systems, represent Snapcode on different events and be part in taking Alfa to the next level of coolness! She is a great organizer, a thinker and a do’er and a great person to have as the interface to our customers.
Nils joined us in the fall of 2017 and has already given us valuable input regarding our versioning-and GIT flow. As he works his way closer to adding code to the Alfa project, he is improving our own publishing system SnapCloud.
He is a used coffee drinker, but not as used StarCraft 2 player we discovered, something we will remedy in the months to come.
ALFA is our system, our baby. The first lines of code were written in November 2007, and has since become our main product. It is a modern and powerful logistics system for the on-demand transports, or “social transports”. Read more about Alfa here.