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Northgrounds is not just a company, it represents a passion

My journey as the founder of Northgrounds started with a dream of being an artist, a rockstar. I have always been fascinated by music and have been playing five instruments since I was a child. I also had a passion for acting and even made some commercials back in the days. However, life took a different turn when my father passed away from a brain tumor in 1999.

The loss of my father was a turning point in my life, and I struggled to find my purpose in life. I read books from different religions and the bible, but I couldn't find the answers I was looking for. I felt lost and even put my own life on the edge. But through my travels and work experiences in different positions all over the world, I learned the value of different cultures and ways of life. I also learned that life is too short, and we should live each day to the fullest as we never know what tomorrow may bring.

This realization led me to adopt a simple motto: keep it simple and enjoy. I wanted to smile to the future, love myself, and treat others with respect. My background in change management and automation, combined with my passion for advanced analytics, lowcode, and primary business change, led me to start Northgrounds.

Northgrounds is a translation of my last name Nordmark and reflects my journey and my passion for innovation and change. Our mission is to help companies find the value in their business and bring about change from the inside out. We believe in the power of AI to change the world and bring about positive change. Our focus on architecture and innovation helps us to bring new and advanced solutions to the market.

In conclusion, my journey has taught me to cherish every moment and to never give up on my dreams. I miss my father every day, but I know that he would be proud of me and what I have accomplished with Northgrounds. I hope that my story inspires others to keep pushing forward and to never stop smiling, even in the face of adversity. Life is too short to waste, so make the most of it, love yourself, and treat others with respect.

Thank you for taking the time to read it!

Jens Nordmark

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