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RefugeeForce x Digiphi

During our first meeting with Digiphi, we could immediately tell this budding Salesforce consulting and development firm was going to be different. What we appreciated most about Digiphi’s founding story is their core value: happiness. At then end our first meeting with Sjoerd and Zoran it was immediately apparent that we would go on to work together. And so we have.

As an official Recruitment Partner, we work together with DigiPhi to find the best full-time candidates that fit their team or project. If they are looking for a certified Salesforce Admin, they reach out to us for profiles and CVs of our program alumni. Finding job opportunities for Salesforce professionals is also our ultimate goal, thereby creating a natural partnership.

It is not common to support a local nonprofit while you are trying to build a Salesforce consulting company from scratch. Just as Salesforce started in 1999, it has been an acclaimed success story of how companies can also do good from the very start. The founders of Digiphi were committed to supporting us from the beginning.

In December 2019, DigiPhi hired one of our most promising program participants: Dana Zandaki. Dana was the first program alumna to pass the Salesforce Administrator Exam. While at Digiphi, Dana has gone on to achieve her Salesforce Platform App Builder credential while working on many interesting projects with commercial and non-profit organizations.

Founders Sjoerd and Zoran, together with Dana (RefugeeForce Alumna)

Digiphi was founded based on happiness as the core value. Working with Digiphi means working with fun personalities who have very extensive knowledge and experience in the Salesforce platform. They offer Admin/Development services for existing orgs. They also take on (very) challenging projects, as well as out of the box implementations.With their broad scope and energetic approach they’ve got you covered: from Admin to Architect! Get in touch:




RefugeeForce invests in the skilled, motivated, and diverse asylum seeker and status holder population who struggle to find employment matching their interests, experience, and ambitions.

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Gaspar Rodriguez

Gaspar Rodriguez

Possibilist. Salesforce MVP and Golden Hoodie Winner. Founder @ Blue Road.

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