VANTIQ Invests in Europe and Appoints Christian Hiller Senior Vice President EMEA

PARIS, November 20, 2017 – VANTIQ, provider of a high-productivity development platform for real-time, event-driven applications, today announced it is expanding operations globally and establishing its EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) subsidiary in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. To drive this new region, VANTIQ has appointed Christian Hiller as senior vice president. Hiller will be responsible for organizing and developing VANTIQ EMEA and work to help companies reap the benefits of real-time, event-driven collaborative systems that enable digital business transformation.

‘’Christian has extensive experience and a very impressive track record in the region — all the right assets to support our growth,” said Marty Sprinzen, co-founder and CEO of VANTIQ. ‘’As he develops our EMEA team, Christian will play a key role in the success of VANTIQ.’’

Christian Hiller has served in turn as chairman of EMC France, chairman of EMC EMEA South, SVP Global Accounts Worldwide and SVP Worldwide Sales of EMC/Documentum. Christian was also a board member of EMC International. He has tremendous experience in the European market and an in-depth knowledge of the IT challenges of European companies and strategic partner ecosystems. After starting his career at IBM in 1995 as director of operations for the Software Division, he joined Marty Sprinzen at Forté Software, where he played a key role in the launch of the French and then European operations. After the acquisition of Forté Software by Sun Microsystems, he became president of Sun France.

‘’VANTIQ truly accelerates digital transformation with an agile, rapid development platform for event-driven applications and provides the ‘enterprise nervous system’ that connects your devices, systems, and people together in real time. I welcome the opportunity to join Marty’s team and bring the benefits of VANTIQ to the EMEA region,” says Christian Hiller.

VANTIQ delivers a disruptive cloud solution, able to support and accelerate large digital transformation projects, by encouraging the emergence of real-time and event-driven enterprise applications with advanced human-machine collaboration. To achieve this, the VANTIQ platform relies on innovative “low-code” and “reactive programming” concepts and on a seamless integration of IoT, mobile, social networks, artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

With VANTIQ, companies are able to leverage their existing IT skills and focus on the business logic rather than infrastructure and new technology. Rather than attempting to automate everything, developers can use powerful human-machine collaboration patterns to choreograph the interaction between systems and people, providing the human touch and creativity where systems fail or fall short. With VANTIQ, companies can leverage their existing skills and focus on business logic rather than infrastructure and technology dependencies.


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


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