4. January 2011 19:30
After the start of Carlos on December 16, 2010, we are again very proud and happy to be able to announce that David Wilson, our new Senior Solution Architect, has started to work at Innoveo yesterday!
David has a Bachelor of Science from the Edinburgh University, and is bringing with him 25 years of IT experience in the fields of Software development, engineering and architecture, consulting, and project management. He knows also the Insurance industry quite well, as he was working as a consultant for Winterthur, Zurich, and ZurichRe in the past.
David (in the middle of the picture) at our recent Innoveo X’Mas Event 2010 with Carlos, Nestor, Roy, Oli and Robert).
We are also very happy to welcome our first “English native” speaker, as David is Swiss and … Scottish!
cross-posted on the didier beck blog
17. December 2010 19:24
via Judith Hurwitz (first and second articles)
As usual, very interesting feed for thoughts coming from Judith.
The definition of an application is changing. The traditional view that the packaged application is hermetically sealed is going away. More of the new packaged applications will be based on service orientation based on best practices. These applications will be parameter-driven so that they can be changed in real time. And yes, Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) didn’t die after all.
Exactly what we are doing at Innoveo with our product Innoveo Skye since years!
Managing end points will be one of the key technology drivers in 2011. Smart phones, sensors, and tablet computers are refining what computing means. It will drive the requirement for a new approach to role and process based security.
Totally agree, we are working on that also at Innoveo. Cannot disclose yet.
Cloud computing moves to the front office. Two years ago IT and business leaders saw cloud computing as a way to improve back office efficiency. This is beginning to change. With the flexibility of cloud computing, management is now looking at the potential for to quickly innovate business processes that touch partners and customers.
Also something we feel coming out of the market and as new business need. Why not working on that too ;-)
cross-posted on didier beck blog
14. December 2010 04:13
We are very happy and proud to be able to inform you all that we have hired Carlos Prieto Cañal, our new Senior Solution Architect. Today is the first day of Carlos at Innoveo!
Carlos has a Master Degree in Computer Engineering of the University of Oviedo/Spain, with a Master Thesis pending in Artificial Intelligence. One of his publication:
Hybridizing a Genetic Algorithm with Local Search and Heuristic Seeding
Carlos is also a SUN Certified Java Programmer 6, and has a Master in J2EE Applications development from SUN.
He was working for CSC (Gijon, Spain) in the last 4 years, where he could, among others, acquire knowledge of the Insurance market while he was involved in an international project developed for a major Insurance company based in Swindon/UK during 2 years.
Carlos (middle right of the picture) at our recent Innoveo X’Mas Event 2010 (I will come back to that ;) with Andrea, Nestor, Laurent and Cédric.
Quite a long time that we haven’t got colleagues from Spain in our Team, so it’s a great pleasure to increase also our “internationality” again!
cross-posted on the didier beck’s blog
1. October 2010 23:58
Yes, already 3 years that we have founded Innoveo!
That was such a dense period, with so many experiences, wow.
As we are now used to, we have celebrated this special day with a good lunch near Zurich. Very good time indeed :-)
Warm thanks to the whole Innoveo team for making all this possible!
Cross-posted on the Didier Beck Weblog
26. June 2010 09:33
Some colleagues from Innoveo and I were invited yesterday by our colleagues, friends and partners from the ro:mu:s company, which is bringing very high-valued and professional consulting in the fields of organization, project management and business advisory.
Their yearly event took place at the lake Zug, a absolutely fantastic place, specially with the cuper weather we had yesterday! We were on a boat during about 3 hours, making a slow trip all around the lake, with all these beautiful landscapes. And with some good food and wines. So an excellent evening!
Warm thanks guys for the invitation and friendly organization! (and thanks to Cédric for the pictures ;-)
As you see, I'm always well-positioned when it's a matter of food ;-)
Cross-posted on Didier Beck blog