SAN FRANCISCO — Dec. 12, 2017 — VANTIQ the high-productivity platform for event-driven, real-time applications, today announced it has appointed two new members to its leadership ranks. These strategic new hires will help drive the continuing success of the company’s sales and marketing teams as VANTIQ gains increasing visibility and traction on a global scale.
Blaine Mathieu joins VANTIQ as chief marketing officer. In this role, Mathieu will lead global marketing strategy, programs and operations – showcasing the unique value of the VANTIQ platform – as the company continues to enter new geographic markets, sign major enterprise clients, and leverage partnerships with systems integrators.
With more than two decades’ tenure in marketing leadership roles, Mathieu brings talent and experience in helping emerging companies launch disruptive new technologies and position themselves to meet market demands. Prior to joining VANTIQ, Mathieu was a CMO consultant at respected management consulting firm Chief Outsiders, and held the combined position of chief marketing officer and chief product officer at big data analytics company GoodData. Earlier stints at Gartner and Adobe formed the foundation for Mathieu’s success in the enterprise software segment.
“VANTIQ offers an impressive and comprehensive platform that can power a company’s enterprise nervous system. It’s amazing to see the reactions and excitement from prospects after a single demo,” commented Mathieu. “As the first and only high-productivity development platform for event-driven, real-time collaborative applications, we are aggressively pursuing a global go-to-market strategy to ensure we build on our advantage in this emerging category.”
Paul Doscher joins VANTIQ as chief revenue officer, North American Sales. Doscher will continue to build VANTIQ’s team of account-based sales staff to help clients reap the benefits of event-driven, real-time collaborative systems that enable digital business transformation.
Doscher brings to VANTIQ extensive sales and leadership experience as well as tenure with next-generation technologies. Most recently, Doscher was CEO of Restlet, which provides a platform for API development and was recently acquired. Before that, Doscher held increasingly senior leadership positions at Software AG, Oracle, Business Objects, and VMware, among other leading technology companies.
“Digital business transformation is number one on many companies’ to-do lists. VANTIQ provides the application development platform needed to make that transformation fast, easy and successful,” said Doscher. “I welcome the opportunity to join VANTIQ to continue the company’s momentum and market penetration.”
VANTIQ cofounder and CEO Marty Sprinzen commented, “Blaine and Paul are joining our leadership team at an ideal time. They each bring the right mix of skills and experience, as well as the hands-on approach to success that will put even more rocket fuel behind VANTIQ’s market traction and overall momentum.”
VANTIQ provides the only high-productivity development platform for event-driven, real-time collaborative applications that power your enterprise nervous system. Founded in 2015 by renowned industry veterans Marty Sprinzen and Paul Butterworth, VANTIQ enables those involved in creating next-generation digital business applications to benefit from dramatically reduced time-to-market, significantly lower development and maintenance costs, and maximum agility in response to dynamic market requirements. For more information, visit VANTIQ.com.
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