March 2021, a year after the world forever changed. It’s so hard to believe it’s been a year already, yet at the same time, it feels like a lifetime. This year we relied more heavily on digital communication than ever before and there was no shortage of communicating in the Qlik Community. One member that stood out to us -- standing by to help, sharing his expertise, and leading by example -- is Qlik Community MVP Lech Miszkiewicz. That is why he is our featured member this month! Lech is in the Community almost every day. He has posted over 4K times, provided countless solutions, and received close to 2K likes.
Lech was born in Poland and lived there most of his life. He earned a Master of Engineering in Commodity Science at the University of Economics and separately a Bachelor of Corporate Management. Lech is married and lives in Sydney Australia. He loves watching Formula 1 and is a big fan of Cirque du Soleil. Lech plays guitar and keyboard. He loves to travel, take photos, and collects wristwatches. If you can believe it, he also runs half marathons and swims! So cool!
Lech began his professional career at Solaris Bus & Coach where he learned QlikView. He later became a QlikView consultant and started working for Hogart Business Intelligence – a Polish Qlik partner. This is where his passion for Qlik started.
In 2015 he was hired by Australian Qlik Elite partner InsideInfo Pty Ltd. and moved to Australia. Lech is still there today and strives to provide good service to InsideInfo’s clients. Lech would like to give a shout-out to his bosses Phil and Stuart!
As a Qlik consultant, Lech works with QlikView, Qlik Sense, NPrinting, and other Qlik products. He spends time in the Qlik Community consuming information from Support, NPrinting, Ideas, and the Tech Preview forums to keep up with the important things. He spends most of his time in the NPrinting forum and leaves the other forums to the likes of Sunny T, Vegar, and many other amazing contributors. Lech recognized that many members experienced the same NPrinting challenges, and so was born his NPrinting blog: https://nprintingadventures.com.
We are so happy and grateful that Lech is part of the Qlik Community. Please join us and recognize him with a “Round of Applause” by leaving a comment and giving a Like to show Lech how much we appreciate him. @Lech_Miszkiewicz@Melissa_Potvin
@Lech_Miszkiewicz , you are gold in the NPrinting forum. Thank you sharing your expertise and know-how. I also want to give you kudos for your focused blog, a great online resource when working with NPrinting.
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