We’re on a mission to create millions of positive connections, by transforming the way people are welcomed to offices around the world.
We take the stress out of business meetings
Every day, around the world, millions of people meet each other at offices either as the guest or the host of a business meeting. Unfortunately, the experience of getting to the meeting, finding the right building, waiting at reception, signing-in and tracking down your contact is often frustrating, time-consuming, flawed and, frankly, a mess.
At Proxyclick we all experienced firsthand the discomfort that often comes with corporate meetings. We saw important meetings cut short because we wasted time finding a parking spot or waiting at reception for our host to be located in the building.
Millions of people have to deal with frustrating business meeting logistics every day. Added up, that’s a huge amount of stress. We want to do something about it.
Connect with confidence
We want to optimize the millions of connections people are making every day in the corporate world. After all, business meetings are people meetings too.
So we decided to get rid of this ridiculous process, retire the paper logbook, and simplify and streamline the visitor journey. We have designed customizable and intuitive web based software that manages visitors to your offices, from invitation to sign-out.
With these tools, we help you create a great first impression, build richer professional relationships and have better, more productive meetings. We help you connect with confidence.
We like technology but we like people more
Proxyclick’s visitor management system goes beyond updating the visitor experience or providing a secure check-in. By putting people at the center of what we do, we aim to humanize and personalize our tools, by making them beautiful, easy to use, intuitive and unintrusive. In fact, the less you notice us, the better.
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What we’ve built
Since launching in 2010, Proxyclick has created millions of positive connections.
A lean startup, bootstrapped and self-funded, we built Proxyclick step by step, releasing products often, adapting and learning fast from each release. That’s how we started and how we grew. We were hands-on, nimble, agile, and above all we listened to our customers.
Today, hundreds of organizations across the globe, from large Fortune 500 companies to small local shops, use our service to transform the way they welcome guests. By designing an easy and comfortable visitor journey, we give everyone in the business meeting ecosystem the confidence to connect smoothly and securely.
The first ever Proxyclick check-in happened at 11.27AM on May 21st 2010, when Thierry from Volkswagen met Patrick at Yara.
Meet our team
An experienced team of dedicated and passionate members
Proxyclick's team is committed to deliver a top notch service along with an outstanding product. Based in one of our two offices or working remotely from different countries, our growing team puts customers at the center.
Nothing brings more joy to Gregory than building something meaningful and seeing it grow every day (whether it is starting a family, learning a new sport or building a company…) Maybe that explains Gregory’s unbelievable amount of energy and his enthusiasm in the office.
Geoffroy loves the direct contact with our users and quickly transposing their feedback into new or improved features. For him, it is all about the teamwork that is needed to make it happen. Passionate about food, science books and golf, Geoffroy also has a knack for forgetting his belongings as he moves throughout the office.
Geoffroy De Cooman
Product & Operations
Jean-Bernard’s love for James Bond films becomes apparent as soon as his phone starts ringing. Like his favorite spy, J.B. (as we like to call him) is a great problem-solver and always on a mission. His initials are J.B. Coincidence? We think not.
Jean-Bernard van Zuylen
Sophie is an artistic baker. She decorates cakes and cookies so expertly that they look photoshopped. As a natural multitasker, Sophie enjoys customer interaction just as much as number-crunching.
Senior Accounting & Admin Officer
Based in the US, Dave is our customer success hero on the other side of the Atlantic. Proxyclick’s most handsome Jamaican has a real passion for entrepreneurship and loves traveling off the beaten path.
Giovanna’s day consists of helping our customers via chat, email and phone; sometimes she does more than one thing at a time, but always with a good coffee. She also can fit in an Ikea bag. If you don’t believe her, ask her for proof.
Remi spends his day working directly with prospects, ensuring that we can meet or exceed their requirements. Before his one-year-old baby boy was born, Remi was an adventurous daredevil. He would be out exploring new places on his motorcycle, sleeping outdoors, and coming home smelling of campfire.
Senior Business Development Manager
Self-taught developer since the tender age of 11, Vincent combined his two passions, tech and entrepreneurship, when he landed his first freelance contract at age 15. Today, he’s at the forefront of Proxyclick’s growing business and conducts growth experiments. If you’d like to see more of Vincent’s adventurous side, check out his personal YouTube channel.
Having lived and worked in seven countries across Europe and Asia, Maren is a true global citizen. At Proxyclick, she takes care of marketing initiatives, writes content and keeps the team entertained with her workshops. She can also ride a unicycle.
As a born hacker, Stéphane loves to dig deep into data. That’s what he’s famous for in the Proxyclick team. On a typical day at the office, Stéphane reviews data, defines models for new data and creates new pipes to data sources. His ultimate goal: building an ultra-powerful growth engine.
Dimitri’s high school teacher told him in 5th grade that he would have a very hard time succeeding in math. A few decades later, he won a grant as a Professor and Researcher of Mathematics at the University of Auckland. Since he is back in Brussels, we enjoy his data analyzing skills as much as hearing about his stories of New Zealand.
Senior Back-end Developer
Ivan’s enthusiasm for writing code is not limited to office hours. In his free time, Ivan continues to build his own apps just for the fun of it. He also loves snowboarding and has the patience of making proper sourdough bread – a 7-day process.
Senior Front-end Developer
Johnny is our savior. He identifies the bugs before releases and creates test automation scripts, making our entire testing process more efficient. After a fun night out in a karaoke bar, the team knows him also as the singer of the new version of “The Macarena”.
Johnny Ruiz Montiel
Quality Assurance Engineer
Thomas loves creating things from scratch and has therefore the most fun when he can develop a completely new feature for our customers. If he is not travelling or playing squash, he uses his spare time to build his own video games and play them.
David usually works remotely, but visits us at the office from time to time. He helps us continuously make Proxyclick more efficient and enjoyable to use. If you’re in Brussels at the end of the work day, you may see him gliding home on his longboard, which he started learning to ride at the age of 35.
Quentin is a designer-foodie. When he’s not creating icons or user interfaces, you’ll find him throwing together an amazing meal for family, friends and colleagues. He’s brewed his own beer and rumor has it that he makes the best homemade burgers in town.
Anthony is a French-speaking Belgian, born on the Dutch-speaking side of the country and who's language of choice is English. For him, a typical day at Proxyclick starts with J.B. calling out "Hey Anthoooooony!", then he codes, tests and re-codes the Welcome app. These coding sessions are intermingled with some darts and coffee!
Senior Mobile Developer
Also known as the invisible man, he and his team take care of the IT infrastructure at Proxyclick and help us build a scalable platform. Outside of work, he enjoys the infrastructure on a much larger scale – he has a passion for sightseeing. And even if Daniel is quite the jokester, you’ll never be 100% sure if he’s joking or not.