On the Spot with Cerel Munoz, Implementations Manager at Vend

January 23, 2024
April 18, 2024

On the Spot with Cerel Munoz, Implementations Manager at Vend

January 23, 2024
April 18, 2024

Located just north of Boston, MA, Cerel Munoz has brought his diverse background to the forefront at Vend. Starting officially early this year, Cerel has quickly become an integral part of the Vend team, thanks to a history of collaboration with key team members. Let's delve into his journey, his work, and what makes him tick.

Quick Facts:

Name: Cerel Munoz

Role: Implementations Manager

Q: Cerel, what drew you to become part of Vend?

A: It was the team and founders' dedication that really pulled me in. Seeing their commitment firsthand made joining Vend a no-brainer for me.

Q: Can you share a bit about your professional background before joining Vend?

A: Sure, my career started in the defense sector, focusing on systems reliability for high-availability radar systems. I later joined Entegris, where I played a key role in formalizing their maintenance organization and addressing obsolescence risks in their Vacuum Deposition Systems.

Q: Sounds like you really know about servicing mission-crucial systems! What's been your favorite aspect of working at Vend so far?

A: The ability to work on projects that tangibly make people's lives easier has always driven me, and that's exactly what we're doing at Vend.

Q: Vend's culture seems to be a big part of its appeal. How would you describe it?

A: I was initially attracted to Vend due to the team's dedication, everyone is so passionate about what we do and works extremely hard to provide the best solutions and service possible to our clients. I would describe the culture to be one of commitment and purpose.

Q: You've got an interesting hobby outside of work. Can you tell us more about that?

A: Absolutely. I picked up salsa and other Latin dances during college, which surprised many because I didn't know how to dance Salsa before my freshman year. It's been a big part of my life ever since.

Q: Looking back, what advice would you give to your younger self?

A: Fail small, fail often, and never stop learning. It's the best way to grow and succeed in the long run.

Q: What are your aspirations at Vend in the coming years?

A: I'm focused on building a scalable implementation and sustainment system. It's a challenging goal, but I'm excited about the impact it could have.

Q: Lastly, what's been keeping you entertained outside of work?

A: I've been really into Smithsonian Channel Sundays. It's a great way to relax and learn something new at the same time.

Thanks for joining us Cerel! If you have any questions or feedback for Cerel, please don't hesitate to reach out.

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