René Louter – CEO

“Be Informed's business revolves around people”

In May 2018 René started as CEO of Be Informed.

“Be Informed’s business revolves around people. Every day we create value for and with our customers and partners. In doing so we help companies to let humans make the difference where needed and automate the rest. This is recognized by our people: Be Informed’s very experienced and professional consultants and engineers. By coming up with our suitable automation solutions, we facilitate companies in truly making the difference in their own line of business.”

In previous years René was active as the Chief Executive Officer at Emesa, RDC, ASN Groep, and boardmember at SNS REAAL.

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