Patrick Derde has worked with enterprise architecture for more than 15 years. While he was an Enterprise Architect at KBC Bank and Insurance, he was involved in the development of Enterprise Information Architecture and development support of Segment Architectures, driven by business architecture.
Today, he is a TOGAF9 Certified enterprise architect, and Managing Partner of Envizion cvba, and co-chair of the BIAN Information Architecture work group.
Because he finds knowledge sharing and education extremely important in an information-intensive society he is also a director and co-founder of Data Management Association BeLux, a group of Belgian Information architecture professionals.
Guy Rackham has worked in finance and technology for over 30 years, specializing in business and technical architecture development and approaches for more than half of that time. Guy has worked in senior technology positions at international banks including Goldman Sachs and Standard Chartered and at several major software and consulting firms including Logica, Coopers & Lybrand, IBM and PriceWaterhouse. For the last seven years Guy has worked as an independent specialist spending the majority of his time as the lead architect at BIAN.
Prior to BIAN Guy led the development of the Component Business Modeling (CBM) approach that was used widely within IBM consulting. This ground-breaking work was recognized with Guy being the first strategy consultant promoted to IBM Distinguished Engineer. Through BIAN and other client assignments he continues exploring how advanced technologies and working practices can be best leveraged in commerce.