DFLOW signs Dscoop deal at drupa

Above: Trent Nankervis and Peter van Teeseling (Dscoop) signing the deal at drupa 2024

Trent Nankervis has confirmed a major deal has been signed between DFLOW software and Dscoop at drupa. 

“We have signed with Dscoop to commercialise Print Exchange. Beta testing begins immediately after Drupa. This will be open to 22,000 Dscoop members commencing at the start of 2025,” Nankervis said. 

“We’ve completed alpha testing and created user stories from the five international printers and we got great feedback.”

DFLOW has was named as the software system partner for Dscoop Distributed Print Exchange Platform at Dscoop in March

The announcement was officially made earlier this year at Dscoop Edge Indy in Indianapolis, the flagship event of the Dscoop global community, which had more than 1200 delegates in attendance from more than 90 countries.

DFLOW is sold on a software as a service (SAAS) basis to print manufacturers globally.

The Dscoop Distributed Print Exchange platform, which was first announced at last year’s Dscoop, aims to streamline the outsourcing of digital jobs to other members of the Dscoop community.

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