Design of process and information systems
Enterprise Content Management
System & solution design
- Information management,
- Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint,
- Google Workspace,
- Governance on an IT platform,
- Landscape integration
- WordPress functional design
- Demand assessment and solution design.
Why this brand name?
I come from an industry where people thrive on hot air.
The English-speaking world speaks of “hot air”. the French say “aire brûlé” and Germans say “heiße Luft”. It all describes pompous, too complex language to describe all kinds of subjects. An important goal of mine is to communicate in clear language. I do that with a little irony. That’s why the name!
Please confront me when I violate my own boundaries
Clients and Collaborations
An interesting company is located in Valkenswaard: HoLaPress Communicatie. Here they are engaged in professional magazines in the field of Facility Management and Sewer technology. Partly prompted by COVID, HoLaPress has made the switch to a more digital character. I am closely involved in the functional layout of the websites in WordPress that are integrated with their CRM.
The Soundtrip Tribe foundation was founded by Carlo Balemans and Wim Mulders. The aim of the foundation is creative expressions involving both professional and amateur musicians/artists. Soundtrip Tribe wants to ensure that electronics have a permanent place in orchestral music and MIDI in particular is key.
During office hours I have a job. 40 hours a week I am available and active for Atos. Together with more than 100,000 colleagues, we do things like system integration. My formal role is a business consultant and from my background in ECM I have focused on the digital workplace, which almost always contains an element of Microsoft 365 or SharePoint.
A make-believe company with a fictitious business. This site is used for awareness training on Microsoft 365 and/ SharePoint.
The idea behind this is that if future users, and certainly people who have a seat in a management organization, first have to play, tinker, or fiddle with the “tooling”.
This investment of 12 hours pays out. Much because the discussions are more structured and based on experience.