Using historic planning patterns can work reasonable well, but when did you last re-evaluate your planning patterns?
Product Manager (Logistics), Products & Solutions
It didn't take long for me to figure out that I wanted to become a computer scientist. I started programming at an early age with a Commodore 64 and graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology as a computer scientist in 2002. After spending more than 5 years in software writing and architecture, I started applying this knowledge in practice as a software architect at Philips. Now at Quintiq, I enjoy solving planning puzzles and related architecture challenges in a variety of industries.