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Marieke Saeij

About Marieke Saeij

CTO Onguard | Marieke joined Onguard in 2016 as CTO. Marieke is an experienced and innovative IT professional with over 15 years of experience working on Software delivery within large international companies like ADP and Wolters Kluwer. She is specialized in connecting strategy, architecture and people within an organization. She is a Management 3.0 adept and an Agile and Scrum enthusiast with a pragmatic approach. Marieke is focused on delivering increased value and innovation through the development and motivation of engineering talent. “My helicopter view connects the technical structure within a company with the needed strategic changes in order to be more competitive, deliver better products, stimulate continuous improvement and get higher client satisfaction”. | "Agility is the ability to adapt and respond to change … agile organizations view change as an opportunity, not a threat."

Confidence: the cornerstone of blockchain

By |2018-07-04T13:43:13+00:0011th June 2018|BLOG|

Confidence: the cornerstone of blockchain Blockchain and smart contracts are capable of upending our entire economy and employment market. The technology is very promising, but a very important, perhaps essential aspect still lacks, namely, confidence. Confidence in blockchain technology giving opportunities in order to cash and credit management.

Whitepaper Blockchain

By |2018-05-08T12:59:17+00:0013th March 2018|WHITEPAPER|

Blockchain: The technology upending our financial world? Or not? Onguard has surveyed more than 1000 finance professionals about their interest and the initiatives already launched in their field. Read the results in our blockchain whitepaper.


By |2018-04-11T14:57:37+00:0010th September 2017|BLOG|

if you’re in one of the industries that are lagging behind, now is the perfect time get on the innovation wagon (and acting quickly could really help to put you ahead of the competition). And if you’re in one of the more up-to-date industries, you need to keep innovating to avoid falling behind.