Actively contribute to shaping digitization
In 2016, Sandro Scheffel found a job at DMG MORI Digital GmbH in Pfronten that challenges him and is a perfect match to his interests at the same time. As a software developer, the 28-year-old is able to actively contribute to digital transformation in machine tool building. Although his training as a system technician and his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering initially took him in a different direction – Scheffel demonstrated that is not just computer scientists who can work as a developer. “I was always extremely interested in computer science during my course,” he said describing his fascination that led him in the direction of software development.
For the native son of Kempten, joining DMG MORI Digital was the ideal opportunity to return to his home town. “I felt very at home here, right from the beginning – and when it came to the actual job, I was able to learn the ropes very quickly, thanks to the extensive training offered by DMG MORI.”