Henk is the founder of Axisto and has more than 35 years of international line management and consulting experience in the discrete manufacturing industry, process industry and engineering. He combines a strong conceptual thinking ability with workable solutions in daily practice.
His fusion of experience, insights and pragmatism makes him a valued partner at all levels of an organisation. Henk has an awareness of and a curiosity about a broad range of industries, and always has a genuine interest in the business of his clients.
Henk understands the importance of the human factor in successful business transformations and likes to operate at the intersection of people and technology in its broadest sense. His enthusiasm and optimism create an energetic “vibe” that contributes to the rapid realisation of sustainable business transformations.
With more than 25 years of line management and consulting experience in contact centres, telecom, online retail and IT, Michael thrives in environments with constant change, high pressure and a strong fusion of people and technology. His experience and insight enable him to get to the heart of a problem quickly and make major, lasting improvements.
Michael is fun to work with. He involves people positively in the change, thus achieving deep local ownership for his clients. His experience in corporate knowledge management and training is key when developing and securing knowledge in the organisation.
Emmy is a business process scientist with a Master in Business Information Systems. She has carried out a large number of process mining assignments within sectors such as healthcare, financial and business services, government and energy companies. Emmy has helped her clients with deep process insight, implementation of process and performance improvements, and monitoring. Raising enthusiasm for business process intelligence and empowering organisations to implement it themselves is her mission.
Emmy has strong communication skills and a high analytical mind; this way she can easily build a bridge between business and IT. She is a team player who finds it important to develop others. Her enthusiasm is contagious and she knows how to motivate others well.
Ton is a business economist with over 30 years of experience in top financial positions within the accountancy, capital goods and FMCG industries, both listed and the larger family business. Thanks to his training and experience as a chartered accountant and chartered controller and his experience at various financial levels, he fully understands administrative processes.
Ton always looks for the story and the process behind the figures, which is helped by a great interest in technology. He has led various ERP implementations and knows how important it is to understand both the process and the role of the people within the process, before it is automated.
With an MBA in Leadership and Sustainability, Ewald’s life wisdom is “Nothing is so bad that it’s not good for something”, and his life motto follows Henry Ford’s: “Don’t find fault; find a remedy.” His pragmatism and belief in people help him achieve sustainable change even with change-resistant people, and his aversion to the word “impossible” helps him realise his goals.