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Mitsuiwa Joins VANTIQ Partner Program

Alliance will serve IoT market in Japan

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SAN FRANCISCO – October 11, 2018VANTIQ and Mitsuiwa today announced they have formed a business and investment alliance to serve the Internet-of-Things (IoT) market. As part of the agreement, Mitsuiwa will deliver IoT project development and operations to clients in Japan based on the VANTIQ Modelo platform.

By leveraging the extensive experience and insights accumulated from Information and Communications Technology (ICT), devices, networks and factories, Mitsuiwa will establish support systems for IoT solutions using VANTIQ Modelo and training services. This alliance will allow business users to build proof-of-concept projects for IoT initiatives in a short period of time and at low cost, and help scale projects as needed.

President Ramoto of Mitsuiwa commented, “VANTIQ is an indispensable partner for us to evolve our IoT solutions and satisfy the needs of customers in a flexible and quick manner. I believe our collaboration will make significant changes to the IoT business scene in Japan. The VANTIQ platform will not only allow customers to develop IoT applications in a short period of time, but also make quick business decisions with real-time response to various kind of events.  Mitsuiwa, will give our best effort to reduce obstacles in IoT projects and meet customer’s needs for the introduction and support of IoT systems.”

“We are very excited that Mitsuiwa has chosen VANTIQ as the platform to build the next generation of digital applications for its clients,” said Marty Sprinzen, CEO and co-founder of VANTIQ. “In the hands of experts like Mitsuiwa, the VANTIQ application platform can rapidly enable the true real-time, digital business transformation of Japanese industry.”

About Mitsuiwa

Mitsuiwa has been building total IT services including planning, implementing, supporting, and meeting customer’s needs in a proactive way for 50 years since its establishment. Mitsuiwa is focused on helping business users develop IoT projects by providing rapid application development.

www.mitsuiwa.co.jp

About VANTIQ

VANTIQ, the company that powers real-time business operations, provides the only truly dynamic platform for quickly and easily creating transformative, event-driven applications to drive your agile business operations in real time. Founded in 2015 by renowned tech industry veterans Marty Sprinzen and Paul Butterworth, VANTIQ enables those involved in mission-critical business operations to benefit from a new breed of real-time applications with dramatically reduced time-to-market, significantly lower development and maintenance costs, and maximum agility in response to constantly-changing operational requirements. For more information, visit www.vantiq.com

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