Lt. Col. E.G. (Edward) van Dipten MI is chairman of the EEi. Edward is senior business architect at the Dutch Ministry of Defence and has been DEMO professional certified since 2008. During his master thesis for the Master of Informatics Edward created the Basic Enterprise Engineering Map (BEEM). This map gives an overview and insight in the whole domain of business and IT. The map relates activity kinds (architecturing, developing, implementing and managing) to the aspect systems (B-, I- and D-organisation) with the function and construction perspective from the GSDP.
Edward is DEMO 3 Lecturer, Professor and lecturer at the NOVI University of Applied Sciences.
Prof. Dr. Martin Op ’t Land is chairman of the exam committee of the EEi. Martin works at Capgemini as Global Architect. He wrote his dissertation on applying DEMO for splitting and merging organizations. Since 2011 Martin has been professor Enterprise Engineering at the Antwerp Management School.
Marien Krouwel MSc. the treasurer of the EEi. Marien works as solution Architect at Capgemini. He is also teaching DEMO at Capgemini Academy and pursuing a PhD degree on the topic of normalized enterprises at Radboud University Nijmegen.
Theo Severien is the secretary of the EEi. Theo has been applying DEMO for many years in many different roles. He always aims to get to the essence of the organisation, with a strong focus on supporting the workforce to achieve optimal results.
Leon van Kervel MSc. is webmaster at the EEi. Leon has been DEMO Professional certified since 2012 and works at ForMetis. For her clients ForMetis builds Adaptive Case Management Systems (Dossierbeheer-systemen). ForMetis uses her unique DEMO BPM Engine to generate large parts of these systems instead of ‘hard coding’ them. Only by applying DEMO it is possible to guarantee strict compliance to procedures and still allow for flexibility in architecture at acceptable costs.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Jan Dietz (emeritus) is the spiritual father of DEMO, honorary chairman and co-founder of the Enterprise Engineering Institute. Since 1992 he has been working on the methodology as director of his company Sapio, basing it on the PSI-theory that he developed as professor at the University of Maastricht and Delft Technical University. He was, and still is, involved in numerous DEMO projects and has been lecturing DEMO since 1995.