Implementing sales and manufacturing systems for mass customization is what we do. This is always done in close collaboration with entrepreneurs and forward-thinking businesses. With Ivenza we can help them create new ways of production and launch products and services succesfully. Here are a few success stories on how Ivenza users create added value with the help of Ivenza.
Keyser Craft - formerly De Waal CNC - has been a well-known name in North-West Holland for years under the leadership of director Marc van Waveren. Known in the past as a supplier of machined sheets and panels, Keyser Craft has now grown into a processor of sheet materials with added value. Due to the proximity of Baars & Bloemhof, Keyser Craft already had a Unique Selling Point as standard, a minimum of 2-3 days reduction in average lead time.
Van Olst Interieurbouw is a outstanding name in the Veluwe-region and the national ambitions are now also being realized. With a consistently sustained investment agenda and a sophisticated online strategy, founder Bas van Olst now has an impressive growth potential. Without affiliated retailers, Van Olst is able to approach its customers directly online in an attractive way and offer them high-quality custom furniture. And all with healthy margins and very attractive consumer prices.
With 4 generations of family Luyten, Hout Luyten from Morkhoven, right in the Belgian Kempen, can rightfully be called a family business. Traditional stable values are passed on and effortlessly combined with new ideas about design and production and those new ideas are given the time to mature.
After a difficult period, with a strong reorientation towards its target groups, Lundia has regained the way up. A much younger target group is served with appealing contemporary means. An example of this is Lundia home advice where interior consultants come to clients' homes after making an appointment. Using 4G, home consultants can design with Ivenza, measure on the spot and then book orders.
Houtshop Van Der Gucht, located to the south of Antwerp, has grown over a few decades into an independent regional timber trade and DIY store of considerable size. With around 50 employees, a very successful one-stop-shopping formula has been developed that is a solution for private individuals and carpenters. By maintaining a constant investment program in the machinery, expanding buildings and training employees, Houtshop Van Der Gucht is able to maintain and even increase its lead.
Wolfs & Meuleman is a small but bold player in the Dutch home furniture and interior market. The company is active in both the private and the business sector and serves customers throughout the Netherlands. The products that are created show an ideal combination of state-of-the-art furniture constructions with a sophisticated and appealing design.