New at NetClean – meet Sabina Atic, Quality Assurance Engineer

New at NetClean – meet Sabina Atic, Quality Assurance Engineer
22 March, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/03/22

Meet Sabina Atic, new Senior Quality Assurance Engineer at NetClean

“I have worked with Quality Assurance for twelve years, mostly with complex products in large multinational companies. Switching to a smaller company felt both strange and exciting, but I quickly discovered that this is a business that has managed to combine strong expertise in cutting edge technology with a familiar and relaxed atmosphere, and short decision paths. Not only do the products serve an important purpose, Safer Society Group also feels modern with an inclusive atmosphere.”

“With the NetClean ProActive product we work as a team, and product quality is owned by the team as a whole. My role is to share knowledge about quality, involve the entire team to “build in” quality from the start, and ultimately verify that we deliver an effective product that meets customer needs and adds customer value. It is about asking the right questions to the team and the product. ”

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