We believe that every company should be able to use their data to build the most relevant products and services for their customers and citizens.
This is why Tengu by Qrama nv exists and why we'll keep on building this future together with our team, customers and partners.
Years ago, Tengu was originally created during the PhD of Thomas Vanhove at Ghent University to support researchers in big data experimentation.
Tengu got a following among researchers at the IDLab research group and was used in several projects together with industry partners such as ID&T, VRT and Newsmonkey.
Being our CMO, Daphné is responsible for our smarketing. Mid 2019, she has decided she wanted to take up some more responsibilities & further support the growth of Tengu as a co-founder.
As a mathematician, Dixan bravely retrained himself into a data engineer. His role is to develop and maintain the Tengu DataOps Interface. He loves to research new technologies.
Frank is our sales guy on the road. He started his sales career in the 80s selling cloud storage software. We're expecting a lot from this experienced, knowledgable, and charming man!
Gregory started the company together with Thomas, being his mentor at Ghent University. As Tengu's CTO, he's responsible for product planning, engineering and R&D.
Logan is a hard-working Front End Developer. He continuously improves your user experience with the Tengu DataOps Interface. He enjoys to keep track of the latest trends in front end.
After a close collaboration, Maarten either fell in love with the team or the pita lunches... who will tell. We're glad to see one more talented front ender joining us.
Michiel's role is to develop and maintain the Tengu DataOps Interface. From his specific interest in machine learning, he optimizes the interface to create a better end user experience.
Serafijn has a passion for software development, human behaviour, animals and nature. Next to being an excellent front ender, he takes care of our SCRUM planning & process.
A former pro gamer that switched from carrying his team in Dota to becoming a Python pro. With his passion for AI and ML, we sure have high hopes for this competitive coder.
Thomas originally created the DataOps Interface, Tengu, during his PhD at Ghent University. Together with Gregory, he founded Qrama nv, a spin-off that brings Tengu to data market.