Thomas originally created the Tengu platform during his PhD at Ghent University. Together with
Gregory received his Ph.D. in Computer Science Engineering in 2011 and started the company together with Thomas. Gregory is responsible for product planning, engineering and R&D.
Sebastien's role at Tengu is to build and maintain the Tengu back-end. He continuously strives to offer our users the best possible product, by creating a smooth and seamless user experience.
Michiel's role is to develop and maintain the Tengu platform. From his specific interest in machine learning, he optimizes the Platform to make it a better experience for the end-user.
As a mathematician, Dixan bravely retrained himself into a big data developer. His role is to develop and maintain the Tengu platform. Dixan loves to research new technologies and improving the development experience for everyone.
Sarah used to be a startup coach at the Chamber of Commerce and decided to cooperate within a startup herself. She takes care of customer development and the deployment of marketing systems / processes for inbound lead generation.
Logan is a hard working Front- end developer who joined the Tengu team recently to continuously improve your contact with the platform as a Tengu user. He is doing fine, isn't he?
At Tengu 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.
That's why Tengu exists and will keep on building this future together with our customers.
We are an official partner of Canonical, the company behind the most known and used open source software platform, Ubuntu. We're proud to say that Tengu co-manages this open source community as one of the two Big Data partners internationally.
Tengu was selected for the prestigious i.start program from imec, the international R&D and innovation hub. The coaching and network we built up there, we still embed in our daily Tengu life.
Years ago, Tengu was originally created during the PhD of Thomas Vanhove at Ghent University to support researchers in big data experimentation. The platform 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.