About Arthur Koryaka
In 2006, after receiving a master’s diploma in computer science, he started his professional career as a software engineer in Qway Solutions. After working in the company for one year, he started researching the market trends in software development.
The CRM sphere was a relatively new field at that time, which thus immediately attracted his attention. He was a firm proponent of future CRM growth and decided not to wait until the field developed. Instead, he decided to contribute to this development. That’s the short story of how Ergonized was founded. With a group of like-minded people, he organized the company and kept his focus on CRM systems integration and business processes automation.
Since 2007, he managed to successfully help automotive, insurance and healthcare industries to adopt a CRM system. As an experienced consultant, Arthur proved his practical knowledge by passing certifications for the following Salesforce roles: Pardot consultant, Pardot specialist, Marketing Cloud Consultant, Marketing Cloud Specialist, Non-profit Cloud Consultant, Platform Developer I, Sales Cloud Consultant and Salesforce Administrator. Over the last few years, Arthur has been actively developing his expertise in the financial industry and helping clients migrate to Finance Sevices Cloud.
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