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Organization

Organization

Branches

RealDolmen is active in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The headquarters in Huizingen directs operations in Belgium and the Netherlands.

In Belgium, RealDolmen works via regional satellite offices.

The international subsidiaries are

  • Real Solutions SA in Luxembourg: mainly active in the financial sector

Board of Directors

 

Start

End

Executive Chairman

 

 

Tomorrow Now BVBA, represented by Thierry Janssen

2010

2014

Directors

 

 

  At Infinitum NV, represented by Dimitri Duffeleer

2010

2014

  Jef Colruyt

2010

2014

  Wim Colruyt

2010

2014

  DR Associates BVBA, represented by Filip Roodhooft

2010

2014

  Vauban NV, represented by Gaëtan Hannecart

2010

2014

  Isis BVBA, represented by Inge Buyse

2013

2014

  Aspire BVBA, represented by Lieve Mostrey

2013 2014

Management Committee

The company's Management Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors. The tasks of senior management were established by the Board of Directors in close consultation with the General Manager.

The activities of RealDolmen and its subsidiaries are classified in various segments and divisions. The General Manager supervises this. RealDolmen's Management Committee consists of the Managing Directors, the Sales Director, the CFO, the CPO, the CEO and the Secretary General.

Marc De Keersmaecker

General Manager

Marc De Keersmaecker has been active at Dolmen Computer Applications since 1983.

Up until recent, as COO in the RealDolmen organization, Marc De Keersmaecker was responsible for all operational activities in Belgium. This includes the entire portfolio of infrastructure, applications and telephony, both for services and for products.

 

Paul De Schrijver

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Paul De Schrijver started his career as a lawyer at Allen & Overy. In 1992 he was involved in the operational management of Turbodata, a troubled software company that grew into a European market leader. When ADP Inc purchased Turbodata in 1996, he held various European management positions before moving to Paris to work as Corporate Vice President and leading the merger and acquisition projects department. 

Upon his return to Belgium in 2005, he was named VP International Operations, Strategy and M&A at Real Software, which later merged with Dolmen to become RealDolmen. 

Paul is CFO of RealDolmen since 2009.

William De Plecker

Chief People Officer (CPO)

All throughout his career, William De Plecker has been active within HR - apart from the first 5 years.

He acquired expertise as payroll officer, trainer and recruiter in the banking and insurance industry. He then held HR management positions at SGS BE, Spie Benelux, Dubai Ports NV (DP World) and Securitas BeLux.

William joined RealDolmen on September the 1st 2014 where he now holds the position of Chief People Officer.
 

Thierry de Vries

Secretary General

Thierry de Vries joined RealDolmen on 1 December 2001. He has 20 years of experience in national and foreign lawyer's offices as a business lawyer.

The Board of Directors appointed him as Company Secretary. He is responsible for the good operation of the Board of Directors and its subcommittees.

He is responsible for the implementation of the principles of corporate governance in the company and he assists executive management with internal organization, contacts with the Board of Directors and operational support.

Thierry de Vries is responsible for the Corporate Office that offers legal assistance to the group's activities, internal audit and external communication.

Chantal Roosens

Sales Director

Chantal Roosens started at Colruyt in 1982. When Dolmen Computer Applications became an independent company she became Account Manager for the Apple Macintosh range. Since then she has held several sales management positions. Since November 2012 she is Sales Director and leads the entire RealDolmen Sales Division.

Tim Claes

Managing Director Business Solutions

Tim Claes started his career as Business Strategy Manager at RealDolmen, he was responsible for the strategy and sales within the Enterprise Solutions Division. Since November 2013 he is Managing Director of the Business Solutions Division, a merger between the former Business Applications and Enterprise Solutions Divisions.

Johnny Smets

Managing Director Professional Services Applications

Johnny Smets started at Dolmen in 2004 as what today would be called an acADDemICT. Very soon he became SharePoint Unit manager, and from that position he was promoted to Business Unit Manager for the entire Microsoft Division. He fulfilled this role until 2011 when he was appointed Business Strategy Manager for the Professional Services Applications Divison, where he was responsible for both strategy and sales.

In November 2012 he was appointed Managing Director of the Professional Services Applications Divison.

Dirk De Waegeneire

Managing Director Professional Services Infrastructure

Dirk De Waegeneire started in 1980 at Texas Instruments where he took up various positions; first as Product Marketing Manager, then Sales Manager and finally Business unit Manager for the Infrastructure Division. After this he moved to Commodore as Managing Director until 1994. Later on he had different international positions, such as VP EMEA at Genicom and VP Middle East & Africa at Fujitsu Siemens Computers. Until 2008 he was active as VP/Managing Director at Fujitsu Siemens Computers. In 2012 he joined RealDolmen as Sales Director and since November 2012 he is Managing Director Professional Services infrastructure.

Corporate Governance

RealDolmen approved this Corporate Governance Charter in accordance with the recommendations from the Belgian Code on Corporate Governance that was issued by the Belgian Corporate Governance Committee on 9 December 2004. (www.corporategovernancecommittee.be)

The most important goal of this Belgian Code is to support value creation in the long term by providing Belgian companies quoted on the stock exchange with a model for sound management.

In the Code, Corporate Governance is defined as a series of rules and stipulations used to guide and monitor companies. According to the Code, a good collective management model will achieve its goal by maintaining a correct balance between entrepreneurship and control, as well as between performance and conformity.

The code is based on “comply or explain” : Belgian companies quoted on the stock exchange should follow the Code, but can deviate from the stipulations and guidelines on condition that they explain in a motivated way the  deviation. They cannot deviate from the basic principles.

RealDolmen complies with the Belgian Code with regard to Corporate Governance and reports no deviations. The Board of Directors  accepted this Corporate Governance Charter in December 2005.

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