When business and ICT understand each other and work closely together, organisations run better and become more competitive, more sustainable and more prepared for the future.
Knowledge exchange and knowledge build-up are synonyms for ADM. We want to offer professionals from the ICT sector a network of peers with whom they can exchange their views, experiences and knowledge about ICT and so learn from each other. Not only will this interaction enrich the person as a professional, but it will also help every member to use their knowledge to move their business forward.
ADM wants to facilitate knowledge exchange by encouraging people from both business and ICT to actively participate in its network and the activities that ADM has to offer. The more a member participates, the more he or she gets out of it as an individual and the more he or she has to offer the company.
In contrast to many other peer organisations, ADM doesn’t want to focus on niche groups but to be relevant to a broad audience. ADM targets all levels of the organisation and uses ICT as the connecting thread. This helps in achieving a better understanding between the different departments of an organisation and offers our members what they are looking for.
ADM doesn’t want to take itself too seriously, but it does have serious goals. By setting up activities in an informal environment we aim to facilitate contact between all our members. We want to be a partner on whom members can rely because of our:
- involvement with members
- opportunities for growth
ADM is a completely non-commercial organisation, where we expects members to share information and expertise, not to sell products.
ADM as an organisation works as a non for profit organisation. The member and sponsor contributions are entirely used for the operation and activities of the organisation.