Boss of bosses
The central brain of FreshFlow. A medical doctor by training, programmer, co-author of an English book on the PHP language, covert workaholic, and visionary. A lecturer at international conferences.
While working at FreshConcept, his own software development company, in the autumn of 2011, he struck on the idea to create a fresh application that would change workflows in network companies – and that is how FreshFlow came into being. Jan designed the content of the entire system, oversees key projects, and sleeps four hours a day. Sometimes even five.
Sales department head
Marta hates wasting time, so the day after her final exams at the University of Economics (VŠE) she joined RSM Tacoma, where she climbed to the notional top to become a partner at this famous consultancy company.
She now capitalizes on her knowledge of business consulting at FreshFlow, where she oversees sales and marketing for the whole project, customer relationships, and makes sure that Mr Rosa the boss sleeps at least four hours a day. Sometimes even five. Apart from being a successful businesswoman, she is also a successful mother of three.
Back office head
Mária has rich experience as a human resources officer and sees the world in a positive light.
Her main care is to make sure everything runs without a hitch. She ensures the problem-free operation of the office and provides assistance and support for the management. She can juggle ten things at a time without breaking into a sweat. Her previous experience working for large companies is of great help to her here, as well as the preparation from when she was the back office for her husband and children.
Help desk head
Emilia is in charge of our technical support. Her years of experience means she can solve even the seemingly unsolvable.
As service-desk operator in the past she communicated with clients of AutoCont and with employees at O2. At ESA she worked as operating technologist, providing user support and training. Now she is looking forward to getting her hands on your requirements and problems.