Last month the community hosted a Support Challenge, where community members were encouraged to answer each other's questions in our product forums. After two weeks of community support and a little bit of friendly rivalry, we have our winner, @tkumar605! Continue reading our Winner Spotlight to learn more about Tarun.
What is your role using Tealium products in your org?
I am the MarTech Lead for one of our clients and I play an Architect role for all the deployments and integrations on Tealium.
Which Tealium Learning Center resource is most valuable to you?
I would say it has to be Product Guides for me as they are very detailed and easy to follow for understanding all the concepts for getting started with using Tealium like a pro.
What's your favorite "pro tip" for Tealium users?
Tealium Tools provide lots of features including some awesome pre-built custom tools like UTAG Debugger, Extension History etc. You can also start writing custom tools which makes a lot of the daily job much easier.
If you could snap your fingers and have one new Tealium feature, what would it be?
Ahh.. I have a lot of them in my mind. But if I was to pick one it would be Approval workflow to move changes from one environment to another.
What led you to work in MarTech?
Starting my career as a Java developer I have always been oriented towards learning and working on new skills and technology. On my journey I started working in MarTech to test myself in this challenging yet very interesting role of implementing Tealium as a TMS on the website of one of our key clients.
What do you love most about working in MarTech?
I love the speed with which MarTech keeps on evolving the most. It fulfills my thirst for knowledge and hunger to learn.
How do you define success?
To me success is if I am able to inspire the people I work with to be better than they were before.
If you could choose anyone as a mentor (dead or alive), who would you choose?
What’s something about you (a fun fact) that not many people know?
I can sleep while standing. 😊
What is a favorite quote you try to live by?
“Focus on what you can control, and don’t waste energy on the things that you cannot.” -Anonymous