Hanhaa Project – Right at RINF TECH
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In this week’s feature, we had the pleasure of speaking with Lucian Jelea, our Team Leader for the Hanhaa project.
In December 2016, Lucian became a RINFer working on Hanhaa Logistics projects. In the beginning, Hanhaa’s parcel data logging service was in PoC mode, and the RINF team assisted in morphing their concept into scalable enterprise software.
Hanhaa’s parcel data logging service was in PoC mode, and the RINF team assisted in morphing their concept into scalable enterprise software.
Lucian is now the technical team lead for Hanhaa’s nearshore projects ParceLive and Symbisa. The first focuses on real-time parcel delivery and tracking for worldwide shipments, and the second enables consumers to collect and access data from various aspects of their lives.
As Hanhaa is an exciting startup scaling up quickly, requirements changed quickly as well. According to Lucian, the biggest obstacle for his team was finding a balance between basic support and all of the new features that Hanhaa requested.
Due to this exciting and fast-changing environment, Lucian values agility and adheres to the agile methodology. If he could summarize the team culture in 3 words, they would be: “Agile, Agile, and Agile”.
The project itself is a good example of a typical RINF TECH software development project, described by Lucian as “ambitious, dynamic, and cutting-edge”. Projects like these are a great example of the impact a team member like Lucian can make, while Lucian’s excitement and willingness to take on a challenge make him a great example of someone with the RINF spirit!
When asked how the RINF TECH team overcame these challenges, Lucian smiled. “We’re just that good.”
If Lucian could summarize the team culture in 3 words, they would be: “Agile, Agile, and Agile”.