Carlos Zaballos
ERNI Spain


I have two master’s degrees, one from occupational risk prevention and one in corporate social responsibility. My last job was within a multinational company being in charge of Corporate Social Responsibility. Besides that my background is also in wide experience with internal audits in Integrated Management Systems.

As I found ERNI, I was looking to change my career a little bit. I wanted to work in an international company with huge internal promotion and so I found ERNI a suitable employer. I looked up the offer via LinkedIn and applied. I officially started on 26 April 2021. Due to Corona and also as far as we still do not have an office in Valencia, the onboarding happened remotely. It was a global remote event with an impressive agenda. A well-thought-through process for onboarding and my supporting contact Bjorn Känel made my first steps easier.

The only person I have met in person so far is Dusan Bratic, my superior. He presented me with the structure of the company and explained everything about ERNI. The next days Bjorn explained the main tasks and agenda to me. Later I had meetings with my peers in Corporate Development, managing directors and the Group Offices as well as the local quality representatives on each site. The international setup is very exciting also because I so much enjoy foreign cultures and traveling. People are the most important thing at ERNI, that is clear in all processes and attitudes.


From the first day, it was clear that ERNI is a very family-like company with many helpful peers. I am looking forward to my time and my tasks here.

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  • 22.11.2023.

    Recognising trends: An insight into regression analysis

    Data plays a very important role in every area of a company. When it comes to data, a distinction is made primarily between operational data and dispositive data. Operational data play an important role, especially in day-to-day business. However, they are not nearly as relevant as dispositive data. This is because these data are collected over a longer period of time and provide an initial insight into the history or the past.

  • 08.11.2023.

    Why do we need digital transformation for medical devices?

    For hospitals, it is not up for discussion as to whether they want to digitalise. The increasing age of the population in western countries and the progressive shortage of medical professionals mean that without digitalisation, the healthcare system will not be able to provide the quality that patients want in the future.

  • 25.10.2023.

    Mastering the challenges of mobile app testing: Strategies for efficient quality assurance

    Discover the unique challenges faced in testing mobile applications and learn how to overcome them effectively. From selecting suitable devices and operating systems to leveraging cloud-based test platforms, test automation and emulators, this article provides seven essential strategies for optimising your mobile app testing process.

  • 11.10.2023.

    Incorporating classical requirements engineering methods in agile software development for a laboratory automation system

    Traditional agile methodologies can sometimes struggle to accommodate the complexity and regulatory requirements of laboratory automation systems, leading to misalignment with stakeholder needs, scope creep, and potential delays. The lack of comprehensive requirements documentation can result in ambiguous expectations and hinder effective communication among cross-functional teams.

  • 27.09.2023.

    Unveiling the power of data: Part III – Navigating challenges and harnessing insights in data-driven projects

    Transforming an idea into a successful machine learning (ML)-based product involves navigating various challenges. In this final part of our series, we delve into two crucial aspects: ensuring 24/7 operation of the product and prioritising user experience (UX).

  • 13.09.2023.

    Exploring Language Models: An overview of LLMs and their practical implementation

    Generative AI models have recently amazed with unprecedented outputs, such as hyper-realistic images, diverse music, coherent texts, and synthetic videos, sparking excitement. Despite this progress, addressing ethical and societal concerns is crucial for responsible and beneficial utilization, guarding against issues like misinformation and manipulation in this AI-powered creative era.

  • 01.09.2023.

    Peter Zuber becomes the new Managing Director of ERNI Switzerland

    ERNI is setting an agenda for growth and innovation with the appointment of Peter Zuber as Managing Director of the Swiss business unit. With his previous experience and expertise, he will further expand the positioning of ERNI Switzerland, as a leading consulting firm for software development and digital innovation.

  • data230.08.2023.

    Unveiling the power of data: Part II – Navigating challenges and harnessing insights in data-driven projects

    The second article from the series on data-driven projects, explores common challenges that arise during their execution. To illustrate these concepts, we will focus on one of ERNI’s latest project called GeoML. This second article focuses on the second part of the GeoML project: Idea2Proof.