Roeselare, Belgium – DOQMIND (www.DOQMIND.com), a leading label and artwork management technology provider, announced today that Peter Hulsmans has been appointed CEO. With more than 20 years of label and artwork management leadership experience, Hulsmans brings a high-growth, customer-focused mindset to DOQMIND.
“Peter’s experience and extensive industry knowledge make him the right person to build momentum and drive DOQMIND’s aggressive expansion plans,” said Ignace Cosaert, a board member of Athena Graphics, DOQMIND’s founding company. “Peter is known in the industry as someone who always delivers on his customer commitments, aligned with Athena’s reputation for delivering high-quality prepress services since 1991. He will be an excellent steward of our values, products, and brand portfolio.”
“I am truly honored to lead DOQMIND,” said Hulsmans. “The significant growth taking place in e-commerce, coupled with increased compliance requirements and a distributed workforce, has placed a continuous strain on manufacturers seeking to execute a seamless label and packaging process, especially when the global economic scenario is challenged by downturns and war. DOQMIND’s user-friendly technology lowers overall label and artwork management costs, enables collaboration between stakeholders, easily addresses compliance requirements, and improves time to shelf.”
Before joining DOQMIND, Hulsmans was vice president of workflow sales at Kodak EAMER, where he started his career in 2005 as Senior Technology and Solution Specialist. Peter briefly left Kodak in 2017 to become the General Manager of BLUE Software Europe, a label and artwork management software company. Hulsmans expanded BLUE software’s European operations, driving significant growth in the region, successfully positioning BLUE Software for sale, and helping the transition after its acquisition by Esko in 2019.
Editors’ Note: A photo of Peter Hulsmans is available upon request.
DOQMIND unites packaging teams to collaborate on a streamlined design-to-shelf process by making it simpler to implement, faster to run, de-risking compliance concerns, and lowering the total cost of ownership for companies of all sizes.
With the introduction of a graphic Portal and an automated Webshop for packaging 15 years ago, DOQMIND revolutionised the lives of both the printer and the brand owner. Even then, it was there ambition to develop a tailor-made, simple and intuitive software platform. This with one goal in mind: to help their customers streamline their processes and efficiently place their orders via a Webshop.
During all these years, they never shied away from a challenge. They continued to focus on further developments and together with their customers, they were able to make a nice course. A new software release in November 2020 lifted this philosophy to an even higher level with extra functionalities.
The release of the new software was simultaneously linked to the new branding and renewed interface of the platform.
As always, simplicity and user-friendliness are central.
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