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Harnessing the value of data in collaboration

Partnerships

Academia, government and business (including startups) all have different principles, models and aims. This is why ECDA has developed a collaboration model, available in a range of bundled packages, to facilitate collaboration between the three without compromising business activities, the value of education for students, or the scientific independence of our research.

Academia

Erasmus University Rotterdam campus

Share insights and findings for greater impact

Share and collaborate on research projects to exchange expertise and jointly tackle global wicked problems.

Government

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Lead the way in data privacy, governance and regulations

Be involved with the latest trends in data analytics and artificial intelligence to effectively guide and regulate the development to prevent negative externalities of the untested technologies.

Industry

Gain a competitive edge in the new digital economy

Providing technology to enable businesses and startups to collaborate directly with the leading experts in the field in order to enhance your business performance.

Technology

Enabling state-of-art education and research
Provide technology to enable best in class education and research facility. Introduce and train students and the academic community on your tools.

Academia

Share insights and findings for greater impact
Share and collaborate on research projects to exchange expertise and jointly tackle global wicked problems.

Government

Lead the way in data privacy, governance and regulations
Be involved with the latest trends in data analytics and artificial intelligence to effectively guide and regulate the development to prevent negative externalities of the untested technologies.

Industry

Gain a competitive edge in the new digital economy
Access the latest academic insights and collaborate directly with the leading experts in the field to enhance your business performance.

Technology

Enabling state-of-art education and research
Provide technology to enable best in class education and research facility. Introduce and train students and the academic community on your tools.

Actively collaborating with:

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Become a partner

Leading the way together

Become a partner

Leading the way together

Join to benefit from:

Access to talent

Thought leadership

Engage with academics and alumni

Education and training

Data challenges & hackathons

Collaborate in research

Access Erasmus Data Collaboratory

Learn from our partners

According to our founding partners

One of our key strengths is the ability to identify the potential of data that may already be available in your organisation. At ECDA we recognise that potential and facilitate cross industry public and private partnerships to exchange knowlegde, ideas and opportunities.

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Coolblue

‘We measure everything’ Online retailer Coolblue is a founding partner and will work with ECDA for at least three years. Pieter Zwart, founder and CEO said: “At Coolblue, we measure everything and continuously use this data to amaze our customers. As a partner of ECDA, we’ll continue to exchange knowledge in the field of data analytics with academics and students.

Siemens

‘Becoming a data native’ Executives from technology pioneer and founding partner Siemens took part in the eight-day leadership programme developed and delivered by ECDA. “For every organisation, public or private, this leadership challenge is an amazing opportunity to work on data analytics with outstanding professors in order to become a data-native organisation,” said Robin Kroonenberg, chief digitalisation officer at Siemens Nederland NV.

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Quint

Maurice Boon, CEO: “Quint supports companies and organisations in designing and implementing their digital transformations. The ability to convert data into value is the key to the success of any digital transformation, and that is why we are a founding partner of the Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics.”

ING

ING has ambitions to use advanced analytics in its operations globally. Annerie Vreugdenhil, head of innovation at ING Wholesale Banking: “Academic partnerships ensure that we are inspiring our people to innovate at the cutting edge, enabling them to build differentiating experiences for our customers. The Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics provided the ING team with the content, context and coaching necessary to actively contribute to our goals.”

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City of Rotterdam

Alderman Barbara Kathmann is vice-mayor of economy, districts and small localities: “Cities need to establish a strategy, build their analytics capacity, and work with partners, including academia, to establish a data commons that can benefit all. The collaboration with ECDA helps the municipality to become more data-driven. Multidisciplinary teams participate in the training programmes and develop a concrete proof of concepts; it’s hands-on training.”

According to our founding partners

One of our key strengths is the ability to identify the potential of data that may already be available in your organisation. At ECDA we recognise that potential and facilitate cross industry public and private partnerships to exchange knowlegde, ideas and opportunities.

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‘We measure everything’ Online retailer Coolblue is a founding partner and will work with ECDA for at least three years. Pieter Zwart, founder and CEO said: “At Coolblue, we measure everything and continuously use this data to amaze our customers. As a partner of ECDA, we’ll continue to exchange knowledge in the field of data analytics with academics and students.

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‘Becoming a data native’ Executives from technology pioneer and founding partner Siemens took part in the eight-day leadership programme developed and delivered by ECDA. “For every organisation, public or private, this leadership challenge is an amazing opportunity to work on data analytics with outstanding professors in order to become a data-native organisation,” said Robin Kroonenberg, chief digitalisation officer at Siemens Nederland NV.

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Maurice Boon, CEO: “Quint supports companies and organisations in designing and implementing their digital transformations. The ability to convert data into value is the key to the success of any digital transformation, and that is why we are a founding partner of the Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics.”

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ING has ambitions to use advanced analytics in its operations globally. Annerie Vreugdenhil, head of innovation at ING Wholesale Banking: “Academic partnerships ensure that we are inspiring our people to innovate at the cutting edge, enabling them to build differentiating experiences for our customers. The Erasmus Centre for Data Analytics provided the ING team with the content, context and coaching necessary to actively contribute to our goals.”

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Alderman Barbara Kathmann is vice-mayor of economy, districts and small localities: “Cities need to establish a strategy, build their analytics capacity, and work with partners, including academia, to establish a data commons that can benefit all. The collaboration with ECDA helps the municipality to become more data-driven. Multidisciplinary teams participate in the training programmes and develop a concrete proof of concepts; it’s hands-on training.”