Magento ecommerce experts Nublue continue to invest in upskilling its workforce with 4 more team members gaining a variety of industry recognised qualifications. The north-west based ecommerce agency and managed hosting provider continues its programme of investment with more staff achieving a range of qualifications, including the prestigious Magento 2 Certified Solution Specialist qualification. This qualification confirms the deep understanding and experience needed to become an expert user of the latest version of the Magento ecommerce platform that is ever growing and improving. Nublue’s Senior Project Manager Jennifer Sharples has also recently achieved the Agile Scrum Master certification and shares her insights into the benefits of having an expert in this area:
“Having an expert in Agile methodology allows all projects can be aligned with the same values to ensure all of our clients can walk away with the outcome they desire. Clients are involved as part of the team from the beginning which allows for greater transparency in terms of how cost, time estimates, and workflow decisions are reached.”
Other qualifications achieved are the Linux Professional Institute-Essentials by Connor Main (Hosting Support) which gives him the fundamental knowledge of Linux Operating Systems to provide the best possible support for Nublue’s hosting clients. Tom Ashworth, Nublue’s Technical Director, has also gained a qualification as an AWS Cloud Practitioner, further adding to the expert skillset throughout the whole company. These certifications are part of Nublue’s ongoing dedication to ensuring all its staff are experts in their individual fields so they can provide the best service to their clients.
“By upskilling individuals in their area of expertise, Nublue are encouraging employees to develop their personal interests while contributing to increasing the digital skills of the company and the local community. For our clients, this gives them the peace of mind that the team working on their project truly are the experts for the tasks in hand.” Thelma Aye, HR and Talent Consultant.