Production & warehouse based in Germany
Most of our customers already know that our Mini-PCs are manufactured in our in-house production in Nuremberg. At the moment the spo-comm has three permanent employees in this department. Their daily business is to book the new goods such as mainboards or housings or components like software into our system. The main task is – of course – the actual production of the Mini-PCs. As soon as an order is placed, the colleagues start to individually manufacture the desired system for every customer. On one hand this includes the assembly of each component, on the other hand the installation of an operating system or special image if requested. Another important thing that is part of the routine is the shipment of the finished Mini-PCs. Since this is done every day from our headquarter in Nuremberg, we are able to guarantee a 1 to 2 days delivery all over Europe.
Temporary job in our production
Year to year the spo-comm is growing. That’s why there are more and more systems to manufacture in our production. Next to our permanent employees we also get help from temporary staff that is working in our production besides going to school or university.
We have asked the two of our stand-ins what they have to say about their job at spo-comm:
Lukas, Philipp, what do you like most at your side job at spo-comm?
Lukas: I would say the great atmosphere. The colleagues are super nice, probably because everyone is being on first name terms with each other. Also, the work at spo-comm is a really good change from my other tasks while studying in the lab. And of course, the flexible times are a benefit while going to university.
Philipp: I felt welcome right away. At the beginning of my job my colleagues incorporated me very quickly. That’s why I could independently manufacture the Mini-PCs after a short while. And if there is something special, I can always count on the help of experienced colleagues.
How did it come you started at the spo-comm?
Lukas: At 13, I built my very first PC together with my brother. I always liked doing this. In addition to my biochemistry studies, I wanted to pursue this hobby further. Since one of my friends, Frederik, works at the spo-comm, I became aware of this job and now I am a part of this team for almost two years.
Philipp: At the moment I am going to a higher vocational school and prior to that I finished my trainee as an IT specialist. To have some practical experiences next to school I was looking for a job in the IT field. As a student I can only work in the afternoon. Pretty cool that it’s not a problem due to the flexible working times at spo-comm. Also my school is just around the corner.
Which Mini-PC do you like working on the most?
Lukas (quick like a shot): The NANO H110. It is such a beautiful and organized system. Also I have the possibility to install every single component such as the CPU, the fan and RAM.