1st year: 2011
Recently, on the anniversary of the very first day I stepped into the Mercoline offices, I was reminiscing about it with my co-workers. I fondly remember the open, easygoing interview, and how each of us in turn made a positive impression on the other. My career path was set.
I was motivated by the opportunity to do a three-year dual work/study programme for a bachelor’s degree in business informatics. The idea of combining theory and practical application was particularly intriguing. Since I was looking for a position in a medium-sized SAP-oriented company, Mercoline seemed like a good fit. I figured that in a mid-sized company, I’d be able to get to know my co-workers quickly and gain an insight into all of the different teams. For me, easy conversational accessibility was more important than corporate formalities. As the newest member of the team, I hoped I’d be able to turn to my co-workers with questions and problems. Luckily, all of these expectations were met – in fact, they’re still a part of the company culture that I appreciate to this day. How else can we achieve progress except through shared support and mutual goals?