Geosoftie since 2011

Dima Amine

Customer Success Manager

Location: Geosoft Inc., Toronto, Canada
Studied: Honours Specialization in Geophysics; Statistics and Mathematics
Education: Bachelor of Science, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario


What do you do at Geosoft?

I work closely with our customers - as a trusted advisor I partner with them to ensure they are successful in achieving their goals while supporting their adoption and retention of Geosoft Services. I collaborate with their technical counterparts to understanding their workflows and help identify and bridge any gaps in the ability for us to service their current and future needs. 

What is unique about your role at Geosoft?

I’m lucky in my role at Geosoft because I get to work closely with our customers in a technical capacity, but because I am tied closely with the business team I get to see the direct correlations between customer intimacy and our business.

What do you think potential employees should know about Geosoft?

Geosoft has allowed me to take ownership of my professional growth in a supportive environment that has let me grow both professionally and personally.  

What do you enjoy most about your job at Geosoft?

Being able to collaborate with our different departments, Support, Marketing, Product Management, Professional Services, Research and Development, and Business all while representing the customer’s best interest.

Why do you enjoy working at Geosoft?

I enjoy working at Geosoft because it’s a place where I feel challenged while also comfortable.  I’m comfortable because of the people that I work with; I respect and trust them. And I’m challenged because of the projects I get to work on; there’s always room for innovation.

Outside of working hours, where might we find you?

When I’m in the city I spend my time enjoying everything Toronto has to offer with friends and family, including its great restaurants.  I’m also proud to contribute to Toronto’s  art and culture scene by sitting on the organizing committee of one of Toronto’s Film Festivals. And although you won’t find me in Nunavut or Greece anymore (being a field geophysicist), you’ll still find me traveling during my off time.


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