About Steven Koelemeijer

As founder and owner of Jedox partner Celcus it is Steven's goal to increase the accessibility of business intelligence & performance management solutions and establish Celcus as the alternative in the market.
12 12, 2017

Management Information as Catalyst for Financial Awareness and Ownership (Pt. 2)

By |2017-12-04T14:49:39+00:00December 12th, 2017|Categories: Trends|

Affordable Innovation The attention for Performance Management tools has taken off in the past five years. Previously, companies were dependent on monolithic, expensive and laborious tools from mostly large software suppliers. More innovative tools, often coming from new vendors, entered the market around 2010. These tools not only have higher ratings in user surveys, but are also cheaper. The favourable

21 11, 2017

Management Information as Catalyst for Financial Awareness and Ownership (Pt. 1)

By |2017-11-21T15:30:56+00:00November 21st, 2017|Categories: Trends|Tags: , , , |

A few years ago, a contractor of railways found themselves confronted with an increased pressure on prices and a shift of risk from client to contractor. New challenges and opportunities led to changes in the strategy. Using innovative Performance Management technology, we have been able to support the proposed changes in the organization. "The new information system serves as a

9 03, 2017

Jedox takes Novoferm’s planning to the next level

By |2017-03-06T15:25:35+00:00March 9th, 2017|Categories: Customer Success|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

The international manufacturer Novoferm optimized its planning and reporting processes with Jedox. Thanks to the simple implementation process and the Excel-based interface, users immediately felt comfortable using Jedox. The company saves a lot of time and costs by easily creating reliable reports. In the future they intend to extent their work with Jedox and take it to the next level.

17 06, 2014

Single software vendor policy revisited

By |2016-12-09T11:43:16+00:00June 17th, 2014|Categories: Trends|Tags: , |

The majority of large companies have an ICT policy in place which limits the choice of software to that of one vendor. It is not only fashionable in the Netherlands but it can be seen as common practice internationally. As an entrepreneur in the field of business intelligence and performance management this phenomenon is both puzzling to me and harmful to our