For us, this last year was like a rollercoaster ride. Since the beginning of our relationship with Heidelberg, they asked us what an open platform for the industry might look like, and how it would work. We drew, we argued, we developed, we threw things away. We turned things up and down, improved, tested and went back to the drawing board. This how we work! Zaikio is evolving every day and will always be better than the day before. This is our past, present and future.
Heidelberg acquires Crispy Mountain and work on Zaikio begins.
First developer previews of the Zaikio Hub, the Loom event system and the App Store.
First developer previews of the Zaikio Procurement platform and connectivity to the first suppliers.
The Zaikio hub becomes available to the public. The procurement platform starts with the first test customers. Mission Control is available for developers.
Start of the closed beta for the procurement platform. Mission Control is available in closed beta. Ask us, if you want a sneak peak!
First Apps launch in the Zaikio app store. New Zaikio apps allow job routing and checkout functionality for third party marketplaces. Mission Control becomes available for everybody.
Apps for all kinds of tasks become available in the App Store, including imposing, preflight, and various Keyline apps for accounting, billing, production planning and scheduling.