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New hires at Comnexa

New hires at Comnexa

Wednesday 19 August 2020

New hires at Comnexa


Comnexa is welcoming two new additions to its team, including a graduate from Digital Jersey’s Coding and Web Technology course.

The firm's new Business Solutions Consultant Axel Staal has now completed a comprehensive Salesforce training programme and in-house training, and became a certified Salesforce Administrator in July.

“After working in the finance sector for eight years, I wanted to diversify my skills and find new opportunities," he explained. "I joined the Digital Jersey Coding course to develop my programming knowledge and to gain a better understanding of the technology and systems behind Jersey’s big industries, like those used in finance.

"The course was hugely eye-opening to the many career paths within the digital world. After six months of further development, I’m now working with Financial Services clients to implement their vision using Salesforce, and I feel my previous experience helps me add genuine value for our customers.”

Mr Staal is now working to become an Einstein Analytics and Discovery Consultant, and is set to become the first with this certification in the Channel Islands and one of few in the UK.

Comnexa also recently appointed Richard Van Neste as a Salesforce Administrator.  

Rory Steel, Head of the Digital Jersey Academy, said that he hopes to see similar stories in future, explaining: “...We know that Jersey doesn’t have a skills gap, we have a training gap. Many of our talented Coding and Web Technology course students have demonstrated that by either enhancing their own digital skills, or completely changed careers into the digital sector.

"We hope to see a steady flow of talented individuals into the digital economy through our wide variety of courses."

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