Consultants

Qualogy Suriname consists of all sorts of people. Their education, for example, is very diverse:  Electrotechnology, Information Technology, Aerospace Engineering, Business Economics and Business Administration are just some of the courses. Nevertheless Qualogy employees have one thing in common: a huge enthusiasm to keep going until the desired result has been achieved. We will introduce some of them to you:

 

Caroline Bijlhout: Oracle Developer

‘Stressing happily’In college-prep (VWO) Caroline choose the economical subject set, with mathematics and economics 1 and 2. “That’s why I started Business Economics at the Anton de Kom university afterwards. An interesting course, which I finished within five years. My specialization was Marketing. In between I also took classes in Business Start-ups and Business Planning.”Read more…

 

Brian Imambaks: Oracle DBA

‘Enjoy life’His name is in fact Mohammed Sehit, but people found that a bit difficult. “Everyone calls me Brian, and I don’t mind. I did Business Administration because I was good at economics and bookkeeping at school. After university I worked as a graphical designer for a while. First at Rusida, and later for the Times of Suriname. Next I became supervisor of a group of 15 at ‘Esso on the run’: that meant controlling, delegating and staff management. I started at Qualogy Suriname two years ago.”Read more…

 

Diana Persaud: Oracle Developer

‘Help to automate Suriname’Diana has always been a good student. In secondary school (MULO) she was the best of her year. “Even then I knew I would continue in engineering. I liked mathematics and physics best.” A boring teacher caused her to drop physics. “But after a transition year of physics at university I was able to enroll at the technical faculty, with the Information Technology orientation. I never regretted that.”Read more…