Dyflexis is developed by an enthusiastic team of over 50 people who together build your scheduling software. But where did it all actually start?
The Hague, 2006
The idea for Dyflexis came in 2006. In this year, Joshua Angnoe, developer and co-founder of Dyflexis, was a glass collector in the busy Grote Markt square in The Hague. He was unable to comprehend why printed rosters were hung in the kitchen. As the owner had six establishments in the square, Joshua had to go around the entire square to see where he had been scheduled to work. After the umpteenth problem with the schedule, he offered to write a solution. He wrote the first version of Dyflexis in his mothers garage and this was launched in 2008.
In 2010, brothers Thomas and Matthijs Van den Ende were looking for a developer for a completely different project. They had a conversation with Joshua Angnoe who soon told them about his scheduling software. The brothers saw the potential of Dyflexis and wanted to see whether there was a market for it. The first three pitches hit the bulls-eye and Dyflexis was born.