Last year in May, we launched our new AE Blog. We want to thank our 4.000+ readers who spent on average two and a half minutes on our blog per session. Of course this wouldn't have been possible without the hard work of our authors, the AE employees who created over 50 posts for you to read. A big 'thank you' to them as well.
In 2015 we want to build upon last year’s success together with you, our reader. Our blog is a view on the expertise and the value we bring to our customers and their customers. As with everything we do, we want to do this from a more outside-in approach too. Your questions, your needs and your involvement is essential for that. We’ll be highlighting the diversity and the integrated approach of our solutions through several series of posts. Each series will focus on a specific market, need or solution that might resonate with you.
We’ll kick off the month of February with a view on the challenges in the utilities market with a “Five Questions for”-post with Brigitte Narmon. An ever-growing customer empowerment and an open market gives utility providers some real challenges but some great opportunities as well.
Tapping into those opportunities and creating MLE’s (minimal loveable experiences) instead of ‘just’ MVP’s (minimum viable products) in any sector is the subject of our first 2015 AE Foyer and associated posts.
In March, Wim Van Emelen will highlight our integrated approach to business architecture and show how AE can help you guide, manage and coach your programs, projects and people to a successful digital transition.
Finally, April is Information Management Month. Do you have a lot of data but not getting any useful information out of it? Join our April 22 Foyer or ask our IM-bloggers some challenging questions.
You can find more information about our AE Foyers, solutions and expertise on our website and, of course, on this blog.
What do you want to read?
If you want us to explore some of the topics more in-depth, tackle new ones or expand on a specific solution, we will be more than happy to do that. Send us an e-mail at email@example.com with your questions, challenges and feedback. We’ll be more than happy to help out!