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Dataprise Women in Technology: Meet Isabela

By: Dataprise

WIT June 2024 Isabela

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This month for our Women in Technology, we are spotlighting Isabela, one of our Client Sales Support Representatives! Read about her story and how she started in technology.

Tell us your story on how you got into technology.

I joined the RevelSec team back in 2022. My knowledge on anything tech/MSP related was extremely limited; however, I was able to learn and grow thanks to our amazing team and those I consider mentors.

Did you always know that working in technology was what you wanted to do?

No, I actually got my degree in Political Science and worked at multiple law firms throughout/after college. When the opportunity presented itself to make the switch, I took it and have enjoyed my career change ever since.

How long have you been with Dataprise?

For a total of two years! I have been with RevelSec since May 2022, and following RevelSec’s acquisition by Dataprise in June 2023, I have been able to call myself a Datapriser for the past year.

Can you share a little bit about what it is that you do and what a typical day for you is like?

As part of the Service Delivery team, I work with our sales reps to deliver proposals, facilitate the sales cycle post-close, and place orders for product purchasing. I also work alongside our Finance Manager on billing, monthly agreement management, and other AR-related tasks. In addition to maintaining communication with vendors, clients, sales reps, etc., my day begins and ends working out of our CRM.

What advice would you give to women considering a career in the tech industry? What do you wish you had known?

Don’t allow limiting beliefs to hinder you! We are all more capable than we give ourselves credit for. Tech is such a vast field—your own interests and personal experiences provide useful and unique skills you can apply in different areas.

Why do you think it’s important for more women to join the tech industry? How can the broader community support women in tech?

The increased normalization of women in tech allows for more innovation! I think there are so many unique experiences women can draw from to bring new solutions that cater to a broader audience of people. This is why it’s important that we do not leave women out of the conversation when it comes to their involvement in tech.

What do you think is the best part of being a woman in the tech industry?

The best part is knowing I am helping to break stereotypes by being a part of a male-dominated industry. Additionally, I am in an industry where lifelong learning is valued and rewarded!

What is it that you enjoy most about your current job at Dataprise?

Dataprise’s commitment to growth and career acceleration from within. There are multiple ways in which this company invests in its employees, from the High Potential Leadership Program (which I recently participated in) to the emphasis on training and certification.

I’m also thankful for the great team I work with in the Central Region Office, who all contribute to creating a very positive company culture.

What is the best professional advice you’ve ever received?

Don’t be afraid to ask questions! Admitting when you need guidance only gets you closer to the correct answer. This has not only boosted my confidence in professional settings but also encouraged me to be a lifelong learner, which is another valuable skill.

Where do you see yourself going from here?

Currently, I’m focusing on developing my skills and my knowledge in tech-related areas. Additionally, I would love to explore opportunities to expand my role in finance and procurement, as I believe these areas complement my skills and interests.

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