Jost Vetter, Project & Account Manager at TRI-MATIC since 1 March 2021, answers seven questions about TRI-MATIC, the work and the successes. Get to know the TRI employees and TRI-MATIC more personally!
1. You have been with TRI-MATIC since 1st March 2021. How did you experience your first four months at the company?
In my first four months at TRI-MATIC I was able to get to know all the employees, the broad and deep product range in industrial automation and the customers step by step. TRI-MATIC has put together a top-organised induction program through all departments. In short: I feel like a million bucks.
2. Describe TRI-MATIC in a few words.
After this short time, TRI-MATIC stands for open communication, a great team and innovative products and processes.
3. What is your job at TRI-MATIC and what do you like about your work?
As a Project & Account Manager, I look after many customers and can get to know many interesting people and companies. That's what I really like about my job. I plan my working day and my tasks myself, so every day is different and varied.
4. Do you have a success tip for our customers?
Long-term partnerships pay off. When both parties know each other better and for longer, this helps in the process of finding solutions. As a technician in business processes, I have often had this experience.
5. What did you enjoy most in your first four months at TRI-MATIC?
I was able to visit the first customers and successfully launch the first projects that I am now supporting. Now I am looking forward to many more exciting people, companies and applications.
6. What is a successful day for you?
When I come home in the evening after interesting appointments and contacts, I am happy and satisfied. For me and TRI-MATIC, the appointments often bring new tasks and challenges. I like to fulfil these different needs of the companies and applications. It is important to me that the customer and supplier feel like winners.
7. What do you like to do most in your spare time?
I love outdoor activities like hiking with my wife. I spend my free time as a French horn player in the Escholzmatt church music and as a department chief pioneer in the Escholzmatt-Marbach fire brigade. I am a passionate carnival-goer and also play in a Guggenmusik.