Brussels, 26 March 2020 – On 16 March, Guy Verstraeten took up his new post as Director of ICS Division of SPIE Belgium, replacing Bruno Borremans, who had held the post for two years.
After two years as the head of the ICS Division of SPIE Belgium, Bruno Borremans has decided to steer his career in a new direction. On 16 March 2020, he passed the torch on to Guy Verstraeten, who will now be responsible for management of the division, focusing on ICT solutions and digital transformation.
With a diploma in industrial engineering from the University of Antwerp and a master’s degree in information & security technology from KU Leuven, Guy began his career at IBM as a Systems Management Consultant. In 2006, he joined the company Accenture as a Technology Consulting Manager. Three years later, he joined the Cegeka Group, where he first held the role of Business Unit Manager for the Managed Services Division. In 2014, he was promoted to Director of the Cloud Solutions & Projects Division.
His expertise in IT, in general, and in digital transformation, in particular, together with his knowledge of the industrial sector, will enable him to grow the ICS Division on the Belgian market.
Guy Verstraeten : "Sustainable growth is ensured by motivated and talented people who continuously provide added value for our clients and our organisation. Introducing the right value propositions for our clients’ needs, delivered at the right price and by qualified personnel, is my absolute priority."
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