Welcoming our ADA apprentices

Last month we were excited to welcome four new members to the Agilisys team from ADA, a National College of Digital Skills. We asked each of them to tell us a bit about their role at Agilisys and reflect on their first month working here.

Yasameen Mazloom

Tell us about your role at Agilisys

I’m an ADA apprentice undertaking a technical consultant role within the Business Change practice. I’m motivated by building my skill set and relationships with my colleagues through working to deliver digitised services for the public sector.

And a bit about yourself?

I’m passionate about the integration of business and technology in relation to data management, combined with UX design, to reach business goals, as well as provide effective solutions for our Partners. Outside of work, I enjoy listening to podcasts and run a food blog!

Shakil Ahmed

Tell us about your role at Agilisys

I’m currently a junior consultant in the Business Change team and I have just finished my six-week intense training with ADA national college. I’m very passionate about making a positive change in society and helping the public sector by ensuring they have access to the most up-to-date technologies. I’m particularly excited about the work Agilisys does with the NHS, I want to do the best I can to help them due to the immense amount of sacrifices they have made during this tough time.

And a bit about yourself?

My future goal is to complete my three-year apprenticeship while also participating and being influential in future projects. I’m also very passionate about football and boxing – I support Arsenal FC and my favourite boxer is Anthony Joshua.

Emily Bowden

Tell us about your role at Agilisys

Currently, I’m a software developer apprentice working as an ERP junior consultant. My main goals at Agilisys are to meet as many people as possible and to learn more about data migration and ERP. I’m also looking forward to learning more about Java and C++ and hope to create a project using either of these languages.

And a bit about yourself?

I’m passionate about more women going into STEM fields, particularly the technology sector, such as programming and blockchain. Outside of work, I’m a participating member of CodeFirstGirls which trains women in IT skills and helps them develop projects, such as a website, in the space of eight weeks. Outside of work, my goal is to read a book every month.

Taran Sohi

Tell us about your role at Agilisys

I am a degree apprentice working in the Business Change practice and working towards a degree in digital technology and solutions. I am motivated to build my consultancy skills to continue to help Agilisys thrive in delivering digitised services for the public sector.

And a bit about yourself?

I am passionate about how business and IT can work together to transform technologies, allowing them to become more efficient and capable, and helping organisations to reach their goals faster. Outside of work, I am a football fanatic (I support Manchester United), and I play cricket every week for my local team.

 

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