Johan Van Looy
Johan Van Looy was appointed CEO of inno.com on 18 September 2017, succeeding inno.com’s founder Johan Cattersel.
Johan joined inno.com in 2001 after working for Syntactive Technologies, a technology company that he co-founded and was one of the finalists of the Dubai E-business Challenge in 2000.
Over the years, Johan has worked for inno.com as an all-round consultant, with a strong emphasis on IT Strategy & Governance, Enterprise Architecture and IT Transformation, as well as the day-to-day mentoring and coaching of organisations that are transitioning to new technologies and methodologies.
In recent years, Johan has held enterprise architecture and interim management roles at Telenet and bpost, where he has taken on various responsibilities and key roles while these organisations are helped to define and execute their IT transformation initiatives.
Johan joined inno.com’s executive team in January 2013.
Patrick Okerman became a member of the executive committee of inno.com in September 2017, as COO.
He participated in the founding of inno.com back in 1998, after having been in charge of IT Delivery at IBM Professional Services. During inno.com’s early years, Patrick had ultimate responsibility for delivering a multitude of missions. Later on, he took on the role of programme manager, interim IT manager and lead consultant in IT transformation missions for various customers. Most recently he worked as a programme manager at RSVZ/INASTI, IT project manager for Telenet and IT transformation consultant at Barco.
His experience centres on IT Delivery (project and programme management), IT Governance and IT Transformation missions. Furthermore, Patrick has excellent overall knowledge of ICT and Business/ICT alignment. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Brussels as well as a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Leuven. Patrick is a lecturer in the “Portfolio, Programme and Project Management” module of inno.com’s “Master in Enterprise Architecture” education programme.
Since 2010 he has also been active as an independent court expert in ICT subjects.
Michael Hindriks recently joined inno.com’s executive committee.
With 15 years of experience in business and ICT consulting across different industries and geographies, Michael combines strong skills in the domains of Corporate ICT Strategy and ICT Governance with extensive experience in Program Management of complex transformational programmes. This experience allows Michael to help inno.com clients with the analysis and definition of their ICT strategy, as well as provide the support needed to achieve the defined strategy.
Michael has a broad IT background with strong management and communication skills and a good sense of diplomacy. This means he can bring people together and create support for a common goal that focuses on enduring change not only on the IT level, but also on the organisational and process level.
Michael holds a Commercial Engineering degree, a Master’s in Information Management as well as a Master’s in Enterprise Architecture.
Jurgen Van De Sompel
Jurgen Van De Sompel joined inno.com in December 2015 as a Principal Consultant, bringing more than 18 years of global experience in sectors such as healthcare, banking, insurance and government. He is a business technologist with hands-on experience of all aspects of IT, including management and senior executive leadership.
Over the past 10 years, he has held executive positions focusing on driving international business transformations as well as roles in IT strategy consulting. Jurgen holds a Master’s in Chemistry, Business Information Management and IT Governance. He lectures on IT governance and enterprise architecture at various business schools and is inno.com’s coordinator for the “Strategy” module of the “Master in Enterprise Architecture” course at the inno.com Institute.
Jurgen has a natural drive to connect with people and combines a passion for using IT with leveraging IT organisations as a true business driver. Jurgen was appointed to inno.com’s executive committee in September 2017.