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About Peter Kalmijn


Business Engineer of the Digital Transformation and member of the Scientific Community

IT Consultant at Atos, Netherlands. Peter is a visual-spatial thinker with an international multi-cultural background. He has a special interest in IoT, Automated Decisioning, Enterprise Decision Management and Business Rules. And combines his interest in creative ways with over 30 years of IT experience gained with business- and software engineering. Peter authored various papers and articles and speaks at events. Additionally, he is lead-trainer of the Atos EDM related courses. He dedicates his time helping organizations with Digital Transformation. Peter is thought-leader of the Atos competence Business Information Analysis (BIA) and Guild Master of Atos "Enterprise Decision Management". He is a member of the Scientific Community and the Atos expert network with a focus on Model Driven Development, Business Information Analysis, Process Modelling, Decision Modeling and Automated Decisioning.




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Articles posted by Peter Kalmijn

Shifting the paradigm: Digital Decisioning

What is Digital Decisioning and why should I pay attention? Enterprises increasingly are looking how to optimize and digitize their business processes and take advantage of new technology. One aspect that is mostly overlooked are the many thousands of day-to-day operational decisions made inside these business processes. This is where Digital Decisioning adds value by automating these decisions to a high degree,…

Applying Artificial Intelligence in existing Business Processes

AI means to CxO's: driving customer journeys into better and deeper experiences and highly personalized digitized processes. Business process management (BPM) is on the verge of a serious makeover. Where conventional BPM primarily focuses on process efficiency and cost reduction, the new wave is pushing for business agility, customer (business) experience and digital automation. This wave tries to use…

ModelDriven-AI: the integrated Artificial Intelligence approach

Currently interest in AI is mainly focused on data-driven, machine learning based AI. Cheap data storage, fast processors and advancements in algorithms and neural networks have fueled this interest. There is certainly a touch of magic in predicting what will happen next. Data-Driven-AI - looking into the past and predicting the future The data-driven, machine learning based AI approach…

The RoboTeacher - transient glimpses of a future society

His kids named him the RoboTeacher. In fact he earned his income as a 'Machine Learning Specialist'. But he still considered himself a 'Business Technologist', a description that nowadays was almost forgotten. He had grown tired of explaining it over and over again and eventually stuck to RoboTeacher. That was easier. The important thing was…

Digital Transformation: be aware of Digital Assets

In the digital age, digital assets may pose one of the biggest risks to companies and other organizations. Especially when not properly recognized as such, unmanaged, and obscure to business management. Digital risk running lose. Decision effectiveness - an important asset As I pointed out in my last blog 'Forget processes, think decisions', decision effectiveness is directly related to…

Forget processes, think decisions

Imagine a customer standing at the front desk. Most likely this customer wants something from you. More precisely: he wants you to make a decision. Maybe an insurance claim, if you are in the insurance business. Or advice on a new car if you are in the motoring business. There are many millions of customer contacts, each triggering operational business decisions each day. In…

Future of Work: Professional skills needed in the dawn of the 4th Industrial Revolution

The 21st century asks for new cognitive skills, required to succeed academically and technically, including critical thinking, non-routine problem solving, and systems thinking. Mental fluency, discipline and high motivation, and a healthy interest in complexity are in demand. Preambles to autonomous learning, which is required to see and learn…

Future of Work: Professional skills needed before 2020

Already now certain skills make a real difference in our current society and professional environment and providing for the skilled with opportunities. And will need even more in the 4th industrial revolution. As talent is a scarce commodity and the knowledge of the workforce is the most valuable asset in organizations, getting the right professionals is a major…

Future of Work: Spotting future talents

By 2020 many occupations will undergo a fundamental transformation and will be still in on-going transition. Evolving change will be the constant factor and many exciting opportunities will open up for people and businesses alike. New and matured evolved technology will enable businesses and consumers to interact in new ways, using wearable devices to assist us in the way we will…

Elevating IoT beyond Gadgets: Vital to Survival of Many Industries

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues along its IT hype-cycle, the agriculture industries already exploits IoT to great extent. And provides various inspiring examples of value-adding IoT. City-dwellers may like to think of the countryside as a nice idyll, but the realities of modern farming are harsher than at any office. The farming industry is highly…

Elevating IoT beyond Gadgets: Envisioning IoT powered Solutions

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues along its IT hype-cycle, most still think of the technology as nothing more than trendy gadgets. And while we're seeing some exciting new devices on the market, the real potential lies in IoT-powered Solutions, offering huge benefits for any number of industries.   User Experience focused IoT Tremendous inspiration arises from a…