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.

“Fear of change is the biggest limit to process thinking”

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.
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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.
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Jeroen Siemerink, Lead Developer at Icologiq, about work and parenting

It is becoming more and more common: two parents, both with their own careers, who also share the care for their children. However, even in 2021, it is still far from self-evident in the workplace that fathers work part-time to spend more time with their children. In that respect, Icologiq was ahead of its time: most women as well as men in the Icologiq team have one day off a week.
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Risico Management: from necessary administration to identifying new opportunities

Accidents and dangerous situations are just around the corner, especially for companies operating in sectors where quality and safety play a major role. Risks in business operations can lead to dangerous situations, serious complaints and high costs in the form of damage claims, fines and losses. Moreover, high-risk situations, for example an unsafe product, can lead to long-term reputational damage for a company. Therefore, it is important to accurately curate risks within your company and to take steps to limit them as much as possible. What exactly is Risk Management and how do you, as a manager, gain control over the risk policy within your organisation?
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