Baseflow goes Industrial

Going Industrial; a new domain for Baseflow. How we entered the industrial and embedded side of the software industry.

Over the last 4 years, we have been busy building the Baseflow brand to what it is today: a team of awesome people dedicated to helping out our customers with their respective journeys. And although we are a deeply technical company, it is not the state-of-the-art technology that makes the difference. Every day we tell our team that ‘how we operate’ is what matters the most: being highly involved with our customers by understanding their business model, being supportive and proactive. Combined with core values like transparency and honesty, this makes for a successful model that we implement with a growing group of customers. 

During this incredible journey we have often talked about the industrial and embedded side of the software industry: not only do some of the founders (like myself) have a background in industrial automation, but we also strongly feel that our model is perfectly suited for that segment as well. Because the challenges are the same: a continuing and increasing lack of (skilled) people and an ever-accelerating technological innovation. 

This year we have been able to bring this together: Thomas Luijken joined the Baseflow family and with him on board we have a real heavyweight in the industrial space with a large network. And with Voortman Steel Machinery B.V., we have added an innovative and well-known brand in the industry to our ever-growing list of valuable partners.

If you are interested in our model and what this could mean for you and your organization, feel free to contact me.


July 14, 2021
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Harry ten Berge
Co-founder. Die hard rock music lover. Knows the inside of Paradiso by heart, and has the biggest music collection you will ever see.