Employee Spotlight: Maziar Ghanbarnejad - Geoforce

Employee Spotlight: Maziar Ghanbarnejad

Can you afford to lose visibility of this cargo’s location? For an hour? For a day? For a week? Of course, we all know the answer already: losing visibility into critical assets can mean losing even more: money, time, productivity, safety, sanity…

Maz on vacation in Medellin, Colombia.

This month we talk to our serious, but fun-loving travel aficionado, Maziar Ghanbarnejad…aka “Maz”.

Sandra: How long have you been working with Geoforce?

Maz: I have been a little Geo for about a year and two months.

Sandra: What do you do at Geoforce?

Maz: I work with the US sales team. My primary responsibility allows me to make the sales team more productive by creating quotes and managing account updates for them while they are on the run talking to our over 900 customers. I send product information to customers, which is an integral part of our streamlined sales process. I also generate reports for the sales team using Salesforce to help them keep track of their sales goals.

Sandra: What are your hobbies outside of work?

Maz: I like to stay active by playing soccer, basketball, watching movies and hanging out with friends.

Sandra: If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?

Maz: Fly, so I could save money on airfare because I love to travel.

Sandra: What is your favorite attribute of Geoforce and why?

Maz: Along with being the best in the business of field asset tracking, the diversity Geoforce offers not only to those we do business with but within our own company. Because I am very early in my career, I have learned a lot from people of many different backgrounds and experiences. This has given me a chance to grow professionally and personally.

Sandra: What have you gained from working at Geoforce?

Maz: I come from a background of sales SAAS experience, but with my new position I’ve been given the opportunity to add a variety of skills to contribute more to our team as well as my future.

Sandra: What is something you have always wanted to do but never done?

Maz: I would love to one day skydive into the Blue Hole of Belize.