Some 300 business and ICT decision makers and professionals attended the annual ADM reception in the offices of Belgacom in Heverlee on 23th June. According to some attendees “the best ever”!
After the Board meeting on 1 June the ADM directors were given the exceptional opportunity to visit Zetes Cards’ production facility for eID cards.
What subjects would you (CIOs and IT managers) and your own “customers” (the business) like to see on the agenda for the next working year? That was the simple question we posed to some 30 CIOs and IT managers who took part in the ADM user brainstorming sessions on 16 and 17 May.
A lot of people at the last foyer of this ADM working year. But with Koen Van Gerven, CIO of bpost, as the speaker, this was no surprise
For those who haven’t heard yet: the Hercules ICT Trophy takes place on 25 June. ADM has no fewer than two teams at the starting blocks, ready to make this day of ultimate team-building, sportsmanship and fun THE day of their lives! A debate about women and IT? Not with us: just count the numbers!
EVENT – Electronic Vouchers for Events using NFC Technology In this particular project, Artesis University College of Antwerp (dept. of Applied Engineering – e-lab research group) and K.U.Leuven (dept. electrical engineering – COSIC research group) are aiming at introducing RFID and NFC technology for payments into the Flemish event industry, for professional as well as leisure events.
Where business needs ICT – Stefaan Hermans (Carglass) on how ICT deals with the business as a custom
Stefaan Hermans has been working for Carglass for more than 25 years now, first as an ICT manager for Belgium and Luxembourg, and now as Operations Director. With these credentials, ADM could not have imagined a better speaker for “Where business needs ICT”. In fact, the inspiration for this format of the Foyer came during a conversation with Stefaan Hermans.
Does software quality matter? It seems to be a purely technical question, but during the ADM info session held on 1 March it became clear that software that is carefully written and available in modular form can save a business a lot of money.
The guest of the ADM Board on 25 February was Pascal D’Eer, ICT Policy Coordinator (DGS) of the Federal Police.