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In my role as an ECM product architect/analyst, I love to help customers in their quest to translate project requirements into existing features and future proof extensions of enterprise content management systems and portals.
To accomplish this, I can rely on my product expert knowledge for the technical part. At the same time, my experience as a functional analyst in an agile environment helps me to translate customer requirements into features that are ready to be developed.
My most relevant product expertise is with Liferay, with 10 years of experience in total. I am certified in the product, give trainings, present at conferences and have been involved in more than 20 different projects for about 15 customers throughout the Benelux.
Since 2018, I have been gradually building up my knowledge on Adobe Experience Manager via official training and personal proof of concepts. I achieved my certificate for AEM later that year and am today gaining experience in my first AEM projects.
In 2015, ACA IT-Solutions became a podular organization. Existing teams were housed in pods: business units with a unique focus in the market. As an ECM product expert I was assigned the technical pod leader role for the COIN pod. COIN stands for "Content and Information solutions" and focuses on delivering ECM based solutions based on Liferay, Alfresco and Adobe Experience Manager.
My responsibilities in this role are:
As the technical pod lead for the COIN business unit, I was assigned with the task to take steps to add Adobe Experience Manager to our ECM/CMS portfolio. I've performed the following steps in that area:
Today, I am gaining experience in my first AEM project for a customer.
I gained my first experience in Liferay projects for customers like:
In 2013, I successfully certified in Liferay at the first try with a 93% score.
Additional projects were (amongst others) for:
I also assisted in several Liferay upgrades between all major Liferay versions from versions 5.1 to DXP 7.1, such as:
In 2018, the project Woningpas went live: a website where civilians can consult energy, insulation and soil related information about their home. The project is built with Liferay DXP with a team of 6 developers over 2 years (and counting). The project uses a new technology stack, in which Angular based portlets retrieve information from a microservices layer based on Spring Boot.
In the first half year of my career I gained experience in a large multinational project for BMW. Project E4N provided reliable stock management, status followup and sales of used BMWs and MINIs.
The implementation had a J2EE architecture with EJB session beans in the service layer, Hibernate for the persistence layer and Struts as MVC framework.
Major: Secure Software Development
Major: Computer Sciences
Minor: Mechanical Engineering