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The HeroX Spotlight Series: Introducing Alex Allakhverdiyev

BY JODIE WOZNIAK | 1 min read

 

Introducing our in-house techie, Alexander Allakhverdiyev. Alex has been with HeroX since the beginning and is currently our Chief Technology Officer. He supported our co-founders in bringing their vision to life and has had a fundamental role in shaping us into the company we are today. Our team relies on Alex for just about everything related to product development and security. He always has the answers and solutions we’re looking for.

How have we kept Alex around for so long and even got him to migrate over to Canada?

In his own words: “People are generally goal driven and easy to collaborate with which is why I like being a part of HeroX. Our company culture ensures the work needed gets done timely while also being enjoyable.”

When Alex isn’t perfecting the platform or ensuring the team is up to date on their cybersecurity training he enjoys reading, playing games, and working out. Originating from Ukraine, every day in Vancouver, BC is a new adventure. Alex is always up for learning a new hobby or trying new food and we’re always up for hearing about it! 

 

 

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