Co-founder & CEO
DigiFabster is focused on helping companies in 3D printing industry
The DigiFabster solution grew out of a real need experienced after founding our initial 3D printing business 5 years ago.
Soon after launching the 3D printing service business, we realized that the bottleneck on the way toward optimal productivity was two-fold:
The need to improve our performance and the experience of our, often frustrated, customers was so strong that we decided to develop our in-house solution to automate and streamline certain processes where appropriate.
Even with the rather basic functionality of the original cloud-based instant quotation interface and the back-office CRM we started achieving tangible results, such as:
Given such promising initial results, we decided to spin off this solution and commercialize it to interested 3D printing professionals, primarily focusing on the developed markets. DigiFabster was formed as a result, and we have been hard at work for the past year bringing our solution to a totally new level of value and expertise.
We are now proud to have a 14-person strong team, with combined experience of 50+ years in successfully developing and delivering technically challenging b2b solutions to customers around the globe, with physical presence in key markets, readily available to serve our demanding customers.
Co-founder & CEO
CPO, Head of business development, Europe
CTO, Software engineer
Entrepreneur & consultant at Beyond PLM
Founder of QuickParts
Senior Managing Consultant at Berenschot
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