Employee Spotlight: Esteban Soler

Employee Spotlight: Esteban Soler

At Crosschq our company culture is rooted in EQUIPO (eh-kee-poh/), the Spanish word that means “a group of people coming together to achieve a common goal." One of our values in EQUIPO is unification because we are diverse in so many ways but unified in our mission. We learn about, listen to, and celebrate each other. 

This week we are celebrating Esteban Soler who is our Director of Infrastructure and learning a little about his interests and why he chose Crosschq. 

Meet Esteban Soler,  Director of Infrastructure

Q: What is your name and title at Crosschq?

A: Esteban Soler, Director of Infrastructure 

Q: Where are you working from?

A:  Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Q:  What do you do at Crosschq?

A: I design and oversee the infrastructure for Crosschq, and also lead the efforts on some development projects.

Q: What do you like about working at Crosschq most?

A:  I love Crosschq's vision and values. I really enjoy the startup culture.

Q: What do you like about our products the most?

A: Easy to use, focused on real customer needs.

Q: What were you doing before you joined Crosschq and what made you want to work here?

A:  I've been working as a software developer for many years. I worked with Pete Goettner on a different project.

Q: Tell us something interesting about yourself.

A: I love music and the outdoors. I like playing and listening to jazz, I enjoy trail running or mountain biking. I enjoy reading science fiction, especially authors like Arthur C. Clarke and Philip K. Dick.

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Elena Arney

Director of People & Culture

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