Tokyo, Japan – February 7, 2020 – Feb. 7, 2020 TSUZUKI DENKI CO. ,LTD. (Representative Director and President: Isao Emori, Headquarter: Minato-ku, Tokyo-to) has announced a reselling contract for the VANTIQ application development platform, which is distributed by Mitsuiwa Corporation (President: Reiji Ramoto, Headquarter: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo-to).
VANTIQ enables the development of event-driven applications. By incorporating TSUZUKI DENKI’s semiconductor solutions, such as sensors, microcomputers, and IoT devices with VANTIQ, we enable the development and provision of a complete next-generation solution – from edge computing to big data; and support customers’ digital transformation initiatives.
Currently, many companies are advancing in supporting digital transformation, and “utilization of information” is more important than ever. Day-to-day, a big number of events occur across business, and it is crucial to rapidly determine and use this information.
The demands for a system architecture to achieve these are also changing. Even while building the system, companies need the flexibility and speed to expand and improve as their business environment evolves. “Event-driven applications” are required to realize the above demands. TSUZUKI DENKI has established a partnership with VANTIQ to support their customer’s digital transformation.
“TSUZUKI DENKI is a leader in the IoT devices and sensors industry, said Marty Sprinzen, CEO of VANTIQ. “We believe the partnership with TSUZUKI DENKI will enable VANTIQ to further accelerate its position as the most advanced real-time, event-driven application platform in the market.”
About TSUZUKI DENKI
TSUZUKI DENKI is a company that provides ICT services in “Information Network Solution Service” and “Electronic Device. TSUZUKI group, consisted of 12 companies and 2,500 employees, aims to improve the corporate value of customers and solve social issues.
Customers around the globe rely on VANTIQ to create the next generation of transformative digital applications that power real-time business. VANTIQ’s unique low-code application development platform is ideally suited for mission-critical applications for smart cities/buildings, oil and gas, telecommunications and other industries that require an event-driven architecture (EDA). Founded in 2015 by renowned business and technology leaders Marty Sprinzen and Paul Butterworth, VANTIQ dramatically reduces time-to-market, lowers development and maintenance costs, and provides maximum agility in response to constantly changing operational requirements. Learn more at vantiq.com.