Concept Solutions is the place to go if you want to take on interesting and challenging projects. In my time here, I’ve worked with multi-tiered geospatial systems leveraging varied technologies, frameworks, and databases. But the things that keep me here are the caliber and dedication of my team, and the great work-life balance we enjoy.
For the past seven years, my career at Concept Solutions has been full of technical growth. I have had the unique opportunity to work on some of the most exciting projects, acquiring many new skills in the process; a truly full-stack experience. The excellent talent pool and convivial working environment at Concept Solutions have made it a great place to work and learn.
Since joining Concept Solutions 8 years ago, I’ve learned so many new things: colleagues taught me about the IT industry and shared their knowledge with me. I will always be thankful to the people who believed in me and gave me this opportunity to grow, not only within the company but also as a person. At Concept Solutions, I have learned so much – I also experienced very beautiful moments that will stay forever in my memory. Here’s to continuing my career at this exceptional company.
I joined Concept Solutions in October of 2017. As a software test engineer, I am responsible for finding any gaps, errors and missing elements in our applications. Concept Solutions is a great destination for making a career. I have learned and grown professionally and personally. The thing I enjoy most about working for Concept Solutions is the people I work with. There is a great atmosphere — it’s nothing like the ‘corporate world’; it’s like a family.
“Technical writers don’t typically travel locally, analyze business requirements, and give presentations to government employees; but these are some of the new opportunities I’ve had since joining Concept Solutions two years ago. And while my work is very challenging at times, I’ve always felt highly valued. Plus, the flexible work arrangements make a huge difference for this father of two, freelance editor, and graduate school student.”