We are happy to disclose the speakers that will attend the conference on the 21st of January. You can find a short description of each speaker below and what company they work for. Are you curious and have any questions? Ask them yourself on the 21st!
Diederick Edel: ASML
ASML is an innovation leader in the semiconductor industry. ASML provides chipmakers with everything they need – hardware, software and services – to mass produce patterns on silicon through lithography. ASML is one of the few companies in the world to make machines that can be used to make chips. ASML supplies these machines to major chip makers such as Samsung and Intel. Ultimately, chips made with ASML machines end up in smartphones and computers, as well as cars, planes and household appliances daily used by people all around the world. About 85% of the chips in these devices are made with a machine from ASML.
Diederick is a Data & analytics consultant at ASML. He also is a former masters student in Information Management at Tilburg University, which coincidentally is the same education program that the Pre-master students will follow next semester.
His expertise in the field of Business Intelligence and Analytics partly consists of the following subjects:
- Data engineering
- Data- & process mining
- Business Analytics & Visualization
- The societal & legal Implications of Data Science
Diederick will share some of his knowledge on the topic of Business Intelligence and Analytics at the conference.
Johan van der Poel: CED
CED is a value specialist. Where value can be protected and restored, CED is there. CED is the service provider behind many insurers, property managers, corporates and governments. CED continuously develops tools with which they strengthen their value chain - and thus the services to the customers. Think of CED Connect, the most advanced and most widely used digital damage platform in the Netherlands. With their drive for innovation and with the use of the internet of things, home automation and robotics, it is their ambition to prevent damage as much as possible and thus maintain and increase the value of property, mobility and vitality.
Johan van der Poel is a former business informatics student at the university of applied sciences in Utrecht. He has over 20 years of work experience and the last 2 years he has been working as an IT director. Johan will share some of his knowledge and expertise during the conference.
Sander Berlinksi: ISM
ISM is a digital commerce agency. ISM works for retailers, brand manufacturers and wholesalers with national and international digital commerce ambitions. The mission of ISM is: “We maximize your digital commerce success”. From developing a future-proof and distinctive digital strategy and setting up product information management systems, to building webshops and online marketing; Since 1992, ISM has been combining marketing with technology to exceed their customers' growth goals.
Sander Berlinksi is a former Marketing Management student at Tilburg University. In 2015 he started as a lecturer at Tilburg University in the field of Channel Management, (digital) marketing strategy and business research. For three years now he works at ISM eCompany. First as a digital commerce strategist and now also as strategic council member and team lead strategy. At the conference, he will share some of his knowledge about E-commerce developments and COVID-19.
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