# Clients

Below is a selection of some of the clients I worked with.
If you are not mentioned here but feel you should be, then send me a message or hire me for your next project.



USoft

USoft

USoft, the well known Dutch BRM/BPM vendor, is working on expanding their products and services portfolio on a daily basis. Moving into SaaS solutions and creating services that add value for their customers.

I manage their main product suite and balance the needs of their engineering staff, marketing and sales. All of this within the reality of their world wide customer base, competition and technological development.



Rabobank

Rabobank

Rabobank, the Dutch AAA bank, was expanding their service offering to the internet back around the turn of the century. Making the internet a serious service channel they started with making some complex loaning calculations available to their clients.

During that initial period I was involved in one of the teams that build their first web based applications, combining new and exciting technologies and development models with complex financial calculations.



Belastingdienst

Belastingdienst

The Dutch tax registration service makes the internet a serious part of their service offering. Back in 1999 they started with internet development on a ever growing scale.

I was involved with setting up their Java-based development environment based on open standards. I even got the chance to help implement some systems for them. These applications are sure to have about 6 million users in the first month after release, so they are very serious about their development.



UWV

UWV

The UWV was building a system that makes sure all the rules and regulations were followed that apply to sick or disabled employees and their employers.

A full scale signaling system based on document flows needed to be rewritten in Java and offered as a service to UWV employees spread out across The Netherlands. With an small team of people, both UWV employees and contractors, we build and maintained the new version. All the time trying to improve what was already there and adding much needed functionality.



ANWB

ANWB

The Dutch national motorist club, the ANWB, was expanding their services to their clients. They started a service that would hold personal and privacy sensitive information for their clients, so they could access it when they were traveling abroad.

For that service, I implemented the back-end while training and coaching a more junior colleague. A true service oriented back-end with flexible rule-based validations with all the state of the art technology applied in a pragmatic manner.