The Inquel team
President of the Company’s Management Board and co-ownermore
Member of the Company’s Management Board and co-ownermore
Member of the Company’s Management Board and co-ownermore
Web Application Developermore
Electronic engineer / Developermore
President of the Company’s Management Board and co-owner
At Inquel, I am responsible for customer contact, especially in the case of new partnerships. I also establish business relationships that often turn into cooperation. I devote a lot of attention to the company’s development strategy. I also look at ongoing projects and try to bring new insight into them. I really appreciate working with people and enjoy listening to them and ensuring the best working conditions for them.
I started my first company when I was 17. During my university studies, I worked on projects for the founders of our organization, and in 2003 I joined the company. At the very beginning, I was a developer. To this day, our products contain code lines that have been written by me. After some time I became the CEO of Inquel. The company was growing and, consequently, a need to broaden our competences emerged. That is why I completed MBA studies and a one-year cycle of coaching training. Currently, I am also a mentor and support pro bono young businessmen and start-ups.
My biggest passion is definitely sailing. I started my adventure with yachts back in the last century. First, I sailed only in the Mazury Lake District and I return there regularly to this day. For a few years now I have had a marine helmsman license and I sail on various seas. I count the hours spent on the sea and will probably soon become a captain. Sailing allows me to look at the world from a completely new perspective. The most important thing in sailing on a yacht is the division of duties, responsibility, and cooperation with the crew.
Member of the Company’s Management Board and co-owner
I am responsible for designing devices from the hardware side and supervising every stage of their creation, from preparing a diagram, through designing printed circuit boards, production management, to quality control. I also deal with the supply of electronic parts and components. I make sure that there are adequate stocks, contact our partners, negotiate prices and contracts.
I’ve spent nearly all my life with electronics. In the early 1990s, after eight years of working in the Experimental Department at the Institute of Electronics of the Warsaw University of Technology (pl. Zakład Doświadczalny w Instytucie Elektroniki Politechniki Warszawskiej), I founded my own company and left the university. Initially, I focused on instances of CCTV cameras and telephony antennas. While carrying out one of the orders, I met Jarek Cichorski. Together we established Amart Logic. After the next few years, Paweł Huchla joined us and soon afterwards we transformed into Inquel. My contribution, smaller or bigger, can be found in virtually all our products.
Creator and traveller
I’m so lucky to do what I love. I used to play with electronics when I was a kid. The first devices I built on my own were radios. When I was a researcher (and later on), after work I would design and build e.g. audio equipment such as valve amplifiers, which were becoming very popular among audiophiles. I know why their sound is so delightful for music lovers. I have also been designing column loudspeakers from scratch. The largest were about 2.5 m high.
Travelling is my perfect gateway from everyday life, but I hate to be idle during vacation. I prepare for my trips very carefully. I always know what I want to see. It’s the only way to gain new knowledge and feel the atmosphere of the place you visit and fully appreciate it.
Member of the Company’s Management Board and co-owner
My job is to design new devices, focusing especially on their hardware side. Until recently I have also been programming, but now I don’t have time for that. Managing the design department requires much attention. Of course, as a Member of the Management Board, I often represent our company.
I graduated in Electronics at the Faculty of Automation in 1992. I really wanted my job to be based around designing and building devices. In the beginning, I started to work on my own and to acquire orders. Among other things, I helped to create a device protecting VHS cassettes against copying for one of the film rental companies. Later I met Marek Traczyński. We decided to join forces. This is how Amart Logic was created, which later turned into Inquel.
It all started in 2014. I was in Amsterdam and saw a pair of rollerblades on display at a shop window and really wanted to have them. Long story short, I became a skater.
After a whole day filled with work, I still feel like putting on my rollerblades and skating for a few more hours. Mostly with my life partner, but I also skate with my friends – we choose the route and roam the streets of Warsaw in a larger group. During such a session I normally do between 30 to 50 km.
Besides skating around town, I also like freestyle slalom. It develops skills and requires a lot of focus. Rollerblades are my way of breaking away from daily routine. I relax mentally and develop my physical strength. I skate almost every day and it always gives me a huge dose of positive energy.
My tasks include monitoring and supervising everything that happens in the company as well as managing all projects and processes. I receive information from each department and from all of our specialists. I make sure that the operation of the company runs smoothly. I work closely with the CEO.
In 2015 I joined the company as a Junior Service Specialist. Later on, I took care of organizing processes, e.g. purchases or holidays. I’ve designed them and adapted a dedicated process management program to the specifics and needs of Inquel. I started my first job in 2003.
I make and design clothes
I’ve always been passionate about sewing. In 2017 I decided to improve my skills and enrolled in a professional sewing course. It was a breakthrough in my life. Sewing absorbed me completely.
A year after the beginning of the course, I won a competition organized i.a. by Burda and received a semi-professional sewing machine. My work experience helped me achieve this. In order to win, I had to plan the whole process – from the choice of material and pattern, through sewing, to the presentation of the finished project.
I am responsible for software architecture and server solutions. My tasks include designing and creating software, developing communication with devices and optimizing solutions for customer satisfaction.
For instance, I am the co-creator of the mobile application for myHummy project and co-creator of the Vehicle Traffic and Cement Release Monitoring System as well as the Short-Distance Speed Control System for the Wołomin District. I have been working in Inquel for 14 years. This is my first job after graduation.
I am interested in the Second World War, particularly in activities in the Pacific Ocean in 1941-1945.
I have been interested in history since childhood. It all started with Bogusław Wołoszański’s TV programs. I even managed to collect all his publications. What matters to me, above all, is the human aspect of this conflict, the motivation of people who took part in it. I can talk for hours about aircraft carriers, their tactical qualities, battles, outstanding commanders. For example, I know why Americans won the battle of Midway despite the decisive advantage of Japanese forces, and who invented arresting cables and hook, which are still used on aircraft carriers today.
Web Application Developer
I’m a developer. At Inquel, I mainly deal with web applications. My task is to develop and write the code in the appropriate technology and programming language to ensure that the website works properly.
For example, I worked on a prototype project for Instal Projekt. I was responsible for integrating the application with Amazon Alexa. It required getting to know the principle of Alexa’s operation and acquiring new knowledge. I’m a computer science graduate. I’ve been working for the company since 2018. This is my second permanent job.
I explore the world through public communication and history
Although I am of Israeli descent, I have lived in Poland since 2000 (with a few years’ break). Maybe because I function in two cultures, I am interested in learning about new places and their history. I am passionate about the influence of past events on the present.
When a certain place in the world draws my attention, I try to find out more about it, but not from guides, but by checking how public transport works there. One of my first projects was to create a website describing the communication system in Warsaw, which is still available on the Internet. The descriptions were prepared in English, Hebrew, and Korean.
My main task is to set goals and tasks for production teams. I create manufacturing formulas based on technical documentation prepared by the Research and Development Department. I optimize the production process and prepare projects for surface assembly. I create purchase lists from production orders as well as contact equipment buyers, component suppliers, and subcontractors.
I’ve been in the company for 20 years – almost from the very beginning. I am a chemist by profession. At first, I was hired as an assembler. I gained my electronic knowledge through practice.
I spend my time actively
At the moment, my favourite way of spending time is swimming. I try to go to the pool as often as possible. I cycle regularly. I also used to ski and sail a lot. Unfortunately, the lack of free time doesn’t allow me to travel that much now. I read a lot. I don’t have a favourite literary genre – I just choose books which, in my opinion, are good.
I’m also passionate about cars. I even wanted to become a rally driver. Now, however, this interest is rather theoretical.
Electronic engineer / Developer
I specialize in designing electronic devices based on microcontrollers, designing printed circuit boards, mechanical elements compatible with electronics, as well as measuring and eliminating EMI interference occurring in the designed devices. I took part in designing both simple and complex devices both individually and as a team member, which I appreciate especially because of the opportunity to gain knowledge from highly qualified colleagues with whom I have the pleasure to work. From simple children’s toys to more complex systems, such as the DCF power line time transfer system for the German company JUNDES Industrieuhren und Anzeigesysteme GmbH, to the complex controller for heating driveways, which decides, on the basis of data collected from external temperature and humidity sensors, whether or not to defrost driveways – where I took part in some of the work related to the design of electronics, printed circuit boards and, in particular, EMI studies.
I’ve graduated from Digital Machine Software. My first professional experience involved running my own printing company. It was in 1994. However, my passion for technology and computers led me to programming – for 12 years I have lived in Germany where I ran my own company dedicated to IT and then electronics. For 4 years I have been working for Inquel, where I can make the most of my professional experience.
Enthusiast of life and the world in all its aspects
I’m fascinated by quantum physics. I love traveling – recently mainly to Madeira – and mountain hiking. But my greatest love is music. I’ve been playing the Flamenco guitar since I was 12 years old – I’m moved by its energy, rhythm, and sounds that are vibrant with life. Good Jazz is equally dear to me.