19 January 2023

A Week in the life, our monthly Q&A blog provides an opportunity to find out more about the people who make HNC tick.

This month, we caught up with Ranveer Kular, who gives an insight a into what her role at the company entails.

How long have you worked at HNC?

I have been working at HNC for 6 years.

What is your job title?

I am an Applications Specialist.

What are your main responsibilities and duties at HNC?

As an applications specialist, my primary responsibilities are being the lead point of contact for all assigned projects; from the kick-off meetings to configuring ViewPoint based on the client specification, delivering training and implementing the software on-site.

I am also responsible for building and maintaining long-term relationships, throughout the course of the project and identifying current trends/methods to improve upon the system.

What does an average week look like for you?

Due to managing multiple projects in one instance, every day is very different. It comes as a surprise that all sites have different requirements in what they hope to have and expect from the software, which is always so insightful and interesting to see.

From speaking to new clients and discussing their needs and requirements from ViewPoint during a kick-off meeting, to working actively on others’ specifications and customisation of the system.

What do you enjoy most about working at HNC?

The people! Though everyone can be so busy with their schedule, whether it’s travelling, busy work periods or working permanently from home, it doesn’t stop anyone from reaching out, it feels like we’ve all become a little HNC family, and I am so fortunate to work with such wonderful people.

How has the business developed since you started?

It’s grown significantly, from new departments, roles and people joining. Bringing in new mindsets and personalities continues to strengthen the company.

What is the most exciting thing about working at HNC?

Every project and client is so different, which makes every day so unique. The future prospects that HNC has in store for the NHS and private sites, which I’m lucky to witness

Where do you think HNC will be in five years’ time?

They’ll definitely be 5 years older! Who knows, but I’m excited to find out and join them for the journey!