Peercode consists or an experienced group or professionals in the area or software engineering, web design, user experience design, marketing and sales, (cognitive) ergonomics and sport and health. We help you convert your knowledge in the area or sport and health into inspiring websites and (mobile) applications. By means of a sophisticated design, storytelling and scientific research, we translate your creative ideas into effective applications.
We also work on innovative solutions outside the domain of Health and Exercise. Our software is developed as a result of specific assignments from clients. Whether it is a new web shop or an extensive tracking system for parcel services, we are happy to think along with you and we deliver customised solutions.
Since June 2016, Peercode has been officially ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified.
We are currently looking to strengthen our team.
Peercode has entered into a partnership with Fontys Hogeschool in the Netherlands.
Making care cheaper and more effective is extremely important, but also an extremely complex challenge.
Peercode has been nominated for company of the year during the Business Event West Betuwe and winner of the Rabo Sustainability Award.
We also work on innovative solutions outside the domain of health and exercise. Our software is developed as a result of specific assignments from clients. Whether it is a new web shop or an extensive tracking system for parcel services, we are happy to think along with you and we deliver customised solutions.
Sometimes, we ourselves have an idea for a product or service that is not based on an assignment not based on an assignment, but that is worthwhile to examine and to work out. This was also the case with the game console for children that can be used outdoors; Swinxs.
But also with the Brandweer Coach App and, coming soon, the OperatieCoach App.
A growing number of people are looking for new ways to work on sport, health and exercise. People want precise feedback and the best personal coaching. Peercode uses modern technology to satisfy that need. In cooperation with renowned athletes, coaches and trainers, Peercode develops services that help both top athletes and beginners to improve their condition and skills.
The cost increases of Dutch healthcare seem unstoppable. Part of the solution lies in innovative ICT solutions, such as the e-Health apps. In cooperation with our clients, we develop interactive e-health applications, as a result of which the patient is no longer a passive user of health care. With the help of a wide range of tools and tests, the patient is better able to better manage his/her own health. In cooperation with the doctors, the patient has control over his own life and illness.
We offer our clients a state-of-the-art solution based on design for failure. With our georedundant data centres, there is no longer a single point of failure and maximum availability is guaranteed. We monitor this 24x7:
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A few examples of the clients in our client group, ranging from sport brands, high-tech startups and police forces to multinationals. In principle, the projects are always undertaken based on an intensive dialogue with our clients, in which an iterative, user-centred development process is followed.
Innovation is in our code. Since 1999, we have developed software solutions for clients such as: KLM, Robeco, Police, Fire Brigade, Arbo Unie, Erasmus MC, Pfizer, Meda Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Justice and UMC Groningen.
Peercode consists of an experienced group of professionals in the area of software engineering, web design, user experience design, CE registration, (cognitive) ergonomics and app development.
We help you convert your knowledge and ideas in the area or lifestyle and health into inspiring websites and (mobile) applications. By means of a sophisticated design, storytelling and scientific research, we translate your creative ideas into effective applications.
Outside the domain of Health and Exercise, we also work on innovative solutions for various clients.
Peercode was founded in 1999 and started under the name in2sports. On 1 November 2012, this name was changed to Peercode. The reason for this name change was due to the fact that, in addition to the domain of sport and health promotion, more and more clients also have and implement projects in the medical domain. The name ‘in2sports’ raised questions about that and also had confusing associations.
The name Peercode is a combination of the words “Peer” and “Code”: “code” referring to software development, which is an important part of the company, and “peer” which is also strongly associated with the web/computers (peer-to-peer, peer review, etc.).
Peercode currently has a balanced team of experienced professionals from various fields, such as management, marketing and sales, software architecture, web design, (cognitive) ergonomics and sport and health. Peercode has further developed over the past years and is now also active on the international market.
Peercode has attracted a varied team over the years: from passionate developers to inspired concept designers.
Here, we are pleased to introduce you to:
Over the years, Peercode has established an extensive network of knowledge suppliers from various branches of sport and health. In cooperation with this network, we are able to develop high-quality interactive services effectively and efficiently.
Joost is a senior strategist and partner at Jungle Minds. After completing his degree in General Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, Joost worked for twenty years as an employee and entrepreneur. He is the founder of SPC companies and New Media Marketplace and is an Internet pioneer.
In 1995, he became a columnist at Assurantie Magazine, where insurance sites were assessed every two weeks. Since 1999, Joost has been a columnist for Het Financieele Dagblad. Initially bi-weekly and then, starting in 2008, weekly. He is the author of the books “Chatten met je dochter” [“Chatting with Your Daughter”] and “Wie weet of het waar is” [Who Knows if its True?”] and co-author of “De Internet Scorecard”™. The latter has been among the top 100 management books in the Netherlands for several years.
Joost is a jury member of the Thuiswinkel Awards on both the Dutch and European juries. He is also a lecturer at Beeckestijn (Digital Interactive Marketing) and Nijenrode (post-doctoral). On Fridays, he is a primary school teacher (year 4, 5 and 6, plus classes, chess, maths and French).
Born in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, Jan Albers studied Business Administration at the Eindhoven University of Technology, where he earned his doctorate in 1978. After serving as an officer in the Royal Dutch Army, Jan held the following positions:
Joris studied Natural Sciences at Utrecht University and earned his MBA at INSEAD.
After completing his degree, Joris worked from 2001 to 2008 for The Boston Consulting Group. The focus was on assignments for operational performance improvement, strategy, organisational design and marketing and sales in international environment and various industries.
From 2008 to 2014, Joris was employed at the Academic Medical Centre (AMC). At the AMC, Joris held positions such as Director of Operations for the divisions Woman-Child, the Heart Centre and the Clinical Methods and Public Health Division. Starting in 2012, he was a member of the Board of Directors a.i. (in the role of CFO and COO). In this capacity, Joris was responsible for among other things portfolio management with direct control of the service directorates (e.g. ICT, Facility Services, Purchasing and Administration) and he had an active role in the alliances with the Free University Medical Centre (VUmc) and OLVG.
Joris is currently employed at health insurer Menzis as Director of Health Care.