FoodQloud, the food focused NetSuite team of Oracle specialist Quistor Enterprises, moves to the Delta Agrifood Business (DAB) office at the Van Konijnenburgweg in Bergen op Zoom. The former “SuikerLab” has been completely renovated and now offers office spaces for companies who operate in the food industry as a business center building. The choice for DAB was quickly made, according to Anton Goosen, partner at Quistor: “Het SuikerLab has a rich history within the regional food industry and is a beautiful location. When I heard about this project, I was immediately enthusiastic. We operate at the cutting edge of the latest IT-solutions and developments within the food industry. The DAB houses and connects many organizations that shape the future of the food industry, and we like to be part of that.”

Even though FoodQloud operates worldwide with employees in Malaga and Prague, most of them work from the DAB location in Bergen op Zoom. Goosen: “We have roots in Bergen op Zoom, which is why we like to join local initiatives. The founding of the DAB center is a perfect example.” DAB is also enthusiastic about the new partnership with FoodQloud. Peter Berben, Agri-food Program Manager at the Municipality of Bergen op Zoom: “DAB is an innovation and expertise center in the field of agri-food. It is therefore really special that an IT company joins us. But precisely because FoodQloud is committed to companies in the food industry, this collaboration is ideal. In addition, DAB also has the ambition to facilitate a meeting place for partners. In this way, DAB and its partners can contribute to innovation, development and training in the regional agri-food sector.”

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