Inspiring case studies about the unlimited possibilities of Icologiq Elements. How leading organisations in their sector apply this platform to digitise and standardise their global processes.
The holidays are coming and in the context of sustainability - and also because we often work from home due to corona - we have decided to take a slightly different approach to our annual Christmas gift this year. We value building lasting relationships with our customers, which is why we will plant 8 trees for each customer. These trees will be planted by the Trees For All organization in the Netherlands and Ghana, to stimulate a better climate and more biodiversity. In addition, the trees also symbolize our desire to continue to grow together in the future: with our employees and with our customers. On behalf of our team, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy and successful 2022!
At Icologiq, we don't just supply Elements as a product, but when purchasing Elements as a Service, we deliver an amount of service with it. Our specialists are ready to assist with the installation and upgrade of your Elements application, ensuring rapid deployment and a high degree of availability. In collaboration with our partner Previder, we move your Elements application to Previder's IT infrastructure. This allows us to provide you with an even faster and more effective service in preventing and solving technical problems, while at the same time keeping you in control of your data.
Icologiq, an innovator in the digitisation of business processes, has been working for 25 years to help operations run smoothly, this way increasing their profitability. Icologiq's vision took shape more than 20 years ago, when CEO Peer Reinhard and his former colleague Cor van Weenum (former director of IT at VolkerWessels, now running his own company) worked together on the digital project file at VolkerWessels. Cor talks about how their ideas about process management, which they developed together years ago, formed the beginning of his career in process digitisation, and how he still applies this knowledge on a daily basis.
BASF’s vegetable seeds business digitizes global action tracking to continuously improve its Responsible Care Management System
Responsible Care is a worldwide initiative of companies in the chemical industry, with the aim of excelling in the field of environment, health and safety. The initiative began in Canada in 1984 and today companies in more than 70 countries apply the Responsible Care Act.