Steven Schierlinger joined our team in March 2020 and is responsible for the IT infrastructure which includes everything from client security to Azure cloud technology and IOT connection.
No matter if there is a misleading IOT data stream or a general IT problem, Steven will fix it immediately or will not stop till it is solved.
But now let him tell for himself:
Who are you?
My name is Steven Schierlinger and most of my friends call me Stev. After the technical high school I was part of a small IT team and therefore responsible for the whole IT infrastructure. Seven years later I started to look for new challenges and we found each other by chance.
What’s the best thing about your job?
The diversity, as well as the given flexibility, which gives me space to develop myself. I also like to be faced with new challenges, which a job in such an innovative company brings.
Why do you think the pay-per-use market will develop in the upcoming months and years and thereby drive the use of the Findustrial platform?
To be honest, I never heard about pay-per-use financing models before, but after our first meeting I was dead certain that I want to be part of this visionary project. I am convinced Findustrial will be a pioneering matching-platform for banks, investors, manufacturer and operators worldwide and I am proud to be involved.
What do you say about your team?
A really motivating team, as you want it to be – on the one hand an extremely harmonious and professional collaboration and on the other hand the interpersonal, which guarantees that fun is not neglected on productive working days.
What is your greatest strength?
One of my greatest strengths is my detailed way of working and perfectionism. Sometimes this could also be a weakness but in general I see it positive, especially when I spot results from a not detailed way of working and the resulting problems with it.
What is your favorite quote that you would like to share with us at the end?
“If in doubt, flat out” – Colin McRae
This quote from a too young died rally champion (helicopter accident) does not have to mean just racing. For me, it is way more – so sometimes you have to risk it for the biscuit. 😉