BOSTON (PRWEB) February 27, 2018
LeanIX, the leading global provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions in Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM), today announced two new hires to its leadership team, Michael Hummel as Vice President of Engineering and Simon Barth as Vice President Demand. LeanIX has also added several new members to its advisory board. With the additions of Hummel and Barth on its leadership team, and key additions to its advisory board, LeanIX continues to build upon its strong growth plans for 2018 and beyond.
Michael Hummel, Vice President, Engineering - Stepping into the newly created role as Vice President of Engineering, Hummel will be responsible for the development and operations teams at LeanIX. As a serial entrepreneur, Hummel founded, and held CEO and CTO roles at ParStream, a big data and analytics platform built to handle the massive volumes and high velocity of IoT data, acquired by Cisco in November 2015. Prior to founding ParStream, Hummel co-founded empulse, a portal solutions system integration company in 2008. Most recently, Hummel co-founded aiso-lab, a platform that builds artificial intelligence solutions for enterprises. His expertise in big data, AI technologies, and deep learning, brings significant experience in leading, growing, and scaling companies to LeanIX.
Simon Barth, Vice President, Demand - Previously Head of Inbound Marketing for the company, Barth’s new global role as Vice President, Demand, will focus on enabling automated, highly scalable lead generation processes, ensuring each prospect interaction with LeanIX is an outstanding experience. Prior to joining LeanIX in 2015, Barth was a Senior Management Consultant at DHL Consulting. He also co-founded Strandschicht.de, a Berlin-based digital company. Both roles have given Barth extensive knowledge and experience in B2B marketing and sales lead generation processes.
“Product innovation and customer experience are mission critical elements to the LeanIX business,” said co-founder and co-CEO André Christ. “Michael and Simon add exceptional experience and talent to LeanIX in these two areas. Michael is a distinguished engineer, whose work in AI, machine learning, and big data, and entrepreneurial achievements make him a perfect match for our team. As one of our earliest hires, Simon has proven to the leadership team time and time again that he has the skills, ambition and attitude to lead our growth efforts. I am proud to call Michael and Simon team members and look forward to working closely with both to take LeanIX to the next level.”
Additionally, LeanIX welcomes four new members to its advisory board. With an incredible breadth and depth of experience in leadership, growth, execution and consultancy at both large organizations and start-up organizations, each adds a unique element to LeanIX’s existing board.
New LeanIX Advisory Board members include:
Bernhard Wöbker, Chair of LeanIX Advisory Board - Wöbker is a seasoned IT executive with global experience across both enterprise-level organizations and start-ups. He has been active as a business angel and early stage investor since 1986. He currently sits on the board of several fast-growth IT companies, including Brainloop, Jedox, July Systems, Open-Xchange, arangoDB and swarm64. Wöbker has also held leading positions as Chairman, CEO and President of Versant Corp, as Nasdaq listed company, as well as at enterprise software companies, Pyramid and NeXT.
Jörg Binnenbrücker, LeanIX Advisory Board Member and Investor - Founding Partner of Capnamic Ventures, ambassador of the Digital Economy of the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia, and former Managing Director of Dumont Venture.
Thomas Preuss, LeanIX Advisory Board Member and Investor - Partner at Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners. Preuss also served as founder and Managing Partner at Bauer Venture Partners, was Head of M&A at Bauer Media, and long-term Managing Partner at Neuhaus Partners.
Daniel Hagemeier, LeanIX Advisory Board Member - Former CTO and founder of 4tree, a highly scalable big data platform acquired by McKinsey in September 2015. Before 4tree, Daniel founded a cloud platform provider, which he sold to Host Europe Group (today GoDaddy) where he served as a group management board member for more than four years. Daniel is an active Business Angel and lecturer at the Muenster University of Applied Sciences.
LeanIX is preparing for continued strategic growth and acceleration. Most recently, the company announced two new platform features - flexible dashboards and a fully supported microservices add-on - to improve IT landscape management, foster collaboration between business and IT, and speed time to value.
To learn more about LeanIX, please visit http://www.leanix.net.
LeanIX offers a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for Enterprise Architecture (EA), enabling organizations to make faster, data-driven decisions. Hundreds of global brands such as Adidas, DHL, Merck, Vodafone or Zalando use the LeanIX platform to increase transparency and visibility and drive real-time efficiencies. LeanIX addresses IT’s critical need to ensure high quality, real-time data that is accessible to the people who need it. Use cases include application rationalization, technology risk management and the shift from monolithic architectures to microservices. LeanIX was founded in 2012 by Jörg Beyer and André Christ. The company's headquarter is in Bonn, Germany, with offices in Boston, Massachusetts and Houston, Texas.