Insights, knowledge and understanding are key factors
- My job is not only about being a developer, Ravish says. It takes insights into how insurance works, knowledge about laws and policies, and not least understanding of what our advisors, actuaries and underwriters need. It’s very evolving to sit by their side to figure out how I can contribute with my technical skills. See what problems they are facing and try to make their lives easier with the available technology. That excites me.
Ravish is mostly working with backend systems and functionalities within motor insurances. Behind the scenes, every motor policy status needs to be in sync with external governmental systems as there are various dependencies on the governmental level in each Nordic and Baltic country.
- But the customer should never be forced to care about any technical details, Ravish says. That’s my mission. I feel great job satisfaction working with this since it’s very relatable to my own life. You know, once you have a car you need to deal with insurance. My extensive experience in the insurance domain together with my own learnings as a customer give me a broad understanding of the field and hopefully the right skillset to not only do a good job but also make a change.