In the beginning Dereck met Ferry…

In the early 2000’s, Ferry van Gelderen, discovered that the software deployment tools didn’t deliver the features or properties he needed.
Speed, flexibility and user friendliness were not on the radar of the deployment software programmers of those days. Ferry, not taking no for an answer, programmed his own software to be able to save time and deploy applications with ease.

Later he would meet Dereck Breuning, on assignment at a mutual client. Dereck noticed the software running on Ferry’s laptop and inquired about it. Over lunch, the idea developed to sell Ferry’s tool; Easy Software Deployment, together.

Quickly after that, a company was registered, contracts were signed, a designer was hired to design the logo and a website was created. We opened our digital doors and were ready to sell!

Then…
Crickets… 🦗

As green as we were, we still had a lot to learn about developing a product and building a business. Thus began our Easy Software Deployment adventures!

Today.
Our mission is to provide system administrators and managed service providers an easy way to keep their Windows devices safe and up to date and save time and resources doing so.

Dereck and Ferry are veterans in application packaging, virtualization, deployment and Windows systems administration. Through the years they have worked for both many small and large businesses and non-profit organizations throughout Europe.
Easy Software Deployment has been developed from their extensive working experience in order to provide an easier way to get key software from A to B.

In 2014 Ferry and Dereck formed Provolve IT, the company flag under which Easy Software Deployment is being marketed. The team grew to five people over the recent years is currently working on scaling the business.

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Frank
Sebastian
Sebastian
Kees
Kees
Dereck
Dereck
Ferry
Ferry
Roland
Roland

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