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Meet Tuur

In my role as Process (Power) Engineer, I am working on the frontline of Microsoft innovations like the Power Platform. Due to our diverse project teams, I get the chance to learn new features and become a true master of the Power Platform. On our projects, I take ownership and connect with business users, constantly get new insights and grow as a young professional.

Working with the Low Code Power Platform proves to be interesting yet challenging, because you can build applications incredibly fast with out-of-the-box functionality, but no one’s stopping me from writing some custom code plugins or .NET Azure Functions when no out-of-the-box functionality meets our customers demands.

Although my job concerns Low Code, a technical background with an affinity for coding principles can help me to create a resilient and fully-fledged business process automation solution. Therefore, my basic knowledge of .NET is very helpful. I rapidly learned building performant, stable applications which are maintainable and future proof.

Tuur's Profile


  • Deliver a working solution that visibly helps the client
  • Solving problems
  • Talking to a wide spectrum of profiles/people
  • Customer-oriented


  • Honesty
  • Timeliness
  • Open-mindedness
  • Agility


  • Microsoft technologies (Power Platform, .NET, Microsoft365, Dynamics365)
  • Basic Azure Services (Azure functions, Azure API Management, Integration services)
  • Azure DevOps (project documentation, source control, CI/CD setup)
  • Open-mindedness
  • Team player


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Microsoft Process Engineer
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Belgium: Kontich, Ghent & Leuven
Netherlands: Woerden
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2 - ... years
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Microsoft tools, Power platform, Azure
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