Delaware Consulting strengthens its presence in the Netherlands

Sep 04, 2012

New management team sets ambitious goals to drive growth at Delaware Consulting Netherlands

Eindhoven/Antwerp, 4 September 2012  – Delaware Consulting is proud to announce the arrival of Roel Winter and Jan-Bernard Blaas as new members of the Dutch management team to reinforce its ambitious plans for the Dutch market. With this arrival, the new management team consists of four seasoned partners; all of them with years of experience in the IT services field. The new leadership team consists of managing partner Wim Van Eyken, Frank Van Asten, Roel Winter and Jan-Bernard Blaas. This strengthened leadership will boost the growth of the revamped organisation through a focused offering of powerful IT solutions that align business and IT.

Over the last years, the Dutch subsidiary of Delaware Consulting experienced a steady growth. Today Delaware Consulting is better equipped than ever to align its growth plans with the high ambitions for the Dutch operations.
Patrick Dassaud, managing partner of the successful and fast growing French operations of Delaware Consulting, will take up the role of external director.

By installing the new leadership team, Delaware Consulting further accelerates the current growth of its operations. A new office location, close to the SAP offices in Den Bosch, will be one of the tangible illustrations of this ambition.

“I’m proud to be part of this initiative and convinced that this change will bring positive new dynamics into our Dutch operations,” says Peter Oyserman, president of Delaware Consulting. “In every country where we are active, we are renowned for our state-of-the-art IT solutions that truly align business and IT. We are confident our added value will be recognized by Dutch companies. Based upon our two core ecosystems SAP and OpenText, we plan to grow the Dutch entity to over 75 people in the coming three years.”

In July, Delaware Consulting Netherlands closed a new SAP Business All-in-One deal as well as three new OpenText deals. “We are now gearing up for the delivery of these projects,” Peter added. “At the same time, our current pipeline is growing by the day.”