We are committed to improving logistics businesses

We have a heart for SMEs with logistics challenges. Especially for companies in floriculture and horticulture, but our products bear fruit in all kinds of companies dealing with logistics and inventory. We can achieve quick results there and that gives us satisfaction.

Our personal approach in which we listen carefully to the customer enables us to develop the best applications. We work quickly and efficiently, devise and test new functionality together with our clients and do not hesitate to tackle company-specific issues under customization.

Our philosophy is that the user should always be central in the development of applications. So plug and play and intuitive in use. In this way, everyone is guaranteed the best possible application.

Meet the team behind Beam

As a start-up, we work with a close team in which everyone has their own responsibility. Would you also like to work for Beam? Then send us your application via the contact form.

Dylan van der Schoor



As the founder and managing director of Beam, I deal with the day-to-day running of the business.

Kresten van Leeuwen



Kresten is responsible for the technical developments within Beam.

Dennis Dekker



Within Beam, Dennis is technically responsible for the development of our systems and the operational side of the developments.

Juliaan Schutzelaars

Consultant - Developer


As a software engineer, Juliaan is mainly responsible for the development of the Beam app.

Jan Willem Heemskerk

Ornamental plant cultivation expert


Jan Willem's many years of experience in the horticultural sector enables us to develop the best possible applications. In addition, Jan Willem is involved in ornamental plant cultivation-related sales.

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We will be happy to set up an account for you or to visit you to discuss the possibilities of our services.

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