Alain de Preter
Alain De Preter has a long term affair with architecture method, language and tool innovation. He has over 35 years of international experience with framework deployments at large scale. Alain is currently providing Enterprise Architecture consultancy services at YPTO, the Belgian Railway’s IT organization. He is the author of the architecture framework that they widely adopted.
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Bert Dingemans
Bert is a data architect working often with Enterprise Architect mostly for UML class diagrams and ArchiMate 2.0. He uses Enterprise Architect for generating message documentation, XSD files and modelling enterprise architectures with ArchiMate 2.0. Now he is making the switch to web based documentation.
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Eric van Wanrooij
Eric has a background in Economics & Informatics on University Tilburg. He started his career as a software developer for 10 years, and then for 8 years as an information analyst and for 6 years now as a data warehouse architect. Since 2001, he is working within NS, in big BI & Analytics programs.
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Han van Roosmalen
Around the nineties Han van Roosmalen started his career as a software developer for a number of high-tech companies in the Netherlands and abroad. After a number of years his main area became software designer and software architect. During this time he helped a number of critical projects to become successful. The last ten years he helps his customers to obtain insight in their technical and non-technical issues and helped them to overcome these. Since 2006 he is self-employed and coaches information, enterprise, business, software architects and the-like to use tools such as Sparx EA. More importantly help them to pass their (architectural) message to the boardroom.
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Ian Mitchell
A long-standing EA user, business analyst mentor and teacher, Ian is the author of the popular eaDocX® document generator for EA and the EA model quality tool Model Expert, as well as being heavily involved with the design of Prolaborate. He also shares his observations from 30& years in IT at www.theartfulmodeller.com.
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Jan Herbrink
Jan has a background in (building) architecture and city planning. After finishing university his career turned another way. Some 30 years ago he started as an information analyst at the Dutch railways (NS). Since 1998 he worked as an information architect for several programs and projects within the NS. Until 2009 he was lead architect for the program OVCP (program for development and introduction of the OV-chipcard in Dutch Public Transport, including NS). At the moment het operates as business- and information architect for the rolling stock maintenance organization within NS.
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Nizam Mohammed
13& Years with Sparx EA - Training, Consultation, Customization and Support. Offered Training and Consultation for Sparx EA clients across the world. Key Skills - Sparx EA - Metamodel definition, Deployment, MDG Development, Addin Development, Advanced Documentation Templates, Model Harvesting. Clients – Ericsson, Westpac, Vodafone, Digi, Infineon, MLC Insurance (Nippon), Kellogg
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Peter Lieber
Peter Lieber is the founder and owner of a number of software and related companies, and since 2014 he has held the position of President at the Austrian Software Industry Association (VÖSI) (www.voesi.or.at). He enjoys sharing his business knowledge with entrepreneurs, managers and students, and with an underlying commitment to promoting the further evolution and global integration of Austria''s software sector. As the founder of SparxSystems Central Europe (www.sparxsystems.eu) and LieberLieber Software (www.lieberlieber.com), Peter focuses on the so-called model-based development of software and systems. This new approach is paving the way for innovation in even the most challenging projects, such as the engineering of complex safety-critical systems in alignment with the principles of Industry 4.0.
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Pieter Wolters
Pieter has an electrical engineering background in the railway industry with the specialty of rolling stock. Starting with engineering jobs he started working in IT working on automation of rollingstock maintenance processes with systems like R5 and Maximo. After an eight year long period in e-learning he started as a business analyst. When collecting requirements for our Real Time Monitoring system he started using Enterprise Architect in 2016.
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Ralf Stofmeel
Ralf started out as a .NET developer and MSSQL DBA 15 years ago at the Dutch government. Through the years Ralf has had several different roles from BI-consultant to IT-advisor. The last 7 years Ralf works as an IT-architect within DICTU (Dienst ICT Uitvoering) of the Dutch ministry of economic affairs and climate policy on the domains data analytics and enterprise content management. The last year he has worked on implementing a new, more mature process of enterprise architecture within DICTU. Which includes architecture governance by implementing architecture board, but also building a central architecture repository for all of the DICTU architecture models. It goes without saying that EA is the tool we are using for this.
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Rudi Claes
I am a senior solution architect and enterprise architect, associated with inno.com (www.inno.com). Since 2006, I have been implementing, teaching, coaching, and realizing projects with Sparx Enterprise Architect for various organizations in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg. With a specialization and certification in the Microsoft business intelligence (BI) stack since 2008, I have also delivered various BI training courses and realized multiple BI projects. EA4BI combines all my favorite ICT topics –enterprise architecture, modeling, business intelligence and Sparx.
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