Crawford Technologies Forms Partnership with DTEC Distributing Technologies
Headquartered in Toronto, Crawford Technologies, a leader in print-stream transformation and document re-engineering software solutions, announced a new partnership with DTEC Distributing Technologies, which becomes an official reseller of CrawfordTech’s award-winning software in the Benelux region.
DTEC and its team of industry experts will strengthen CrawfordTech’s market and customer coverage across The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
The CrawfordTech suite of products, which includes the PRO Document Enhancer software family that enhances legacy computer output with Transpromo messaging, barcodes, QR codes and mailing controls, will be marketed by DTEC across the Benelux region.
“We are constantly strengthening our position in Europe and this partnership with DTEC is yet another indication that we are able to meet the specific needs and demands of our European clients, both current and future,” said Stewart Rogers, general manager for European operations for Crawford Technologies. “DTEC has a raft of experience in the marketplace and is known for its forward-thinking attitude that sets them apart from the crowd,” Rogers added.
“DTEC is thrilled to partner with Crawford Technologies to bring its range of print-stream transformation, document re-engineering and Transpromo solutions to customers across The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg,” said Jan-Peter Bolhuis, business development manager and co-founder at DTEC Distributing Technologies.
“With our proven ability to support the needs of both corporate clients and high-end print-service bureaus, we look forward to working with Crawford to ensure the region has the best available products and solutions. We expect that Crawford’s ability to provide stable, fast, accurate and easy-to-implement products that can help our clients leverage their legacy customer communications in new ways that, when combined with our industry knowledge and experienced staff, will be a winning combination for the Benelux region,” concluded Bolhuis.