Software: AxonIQ raises a €6M series A led by AXA Venture Partners (AVP) and Volta as co-investor

AxonIQ raises a €6M series A led by AVP to expand the engineering and commercial teams and accelerate growth, in particular in the US

Amsterdam, 07 Jan 2021
AxonIQ, founded in The Netherlands and leading provider of a software platform for Event-Driven Architectures (EDA), announced today that it raised a €6M Series A round, led by AXA Venture Partners (AVP) and their existing investor, Volta as co-investor.
According to Jeroen Speekenbrink, CEO and co-founder, “We are proud to welcome AVP as an investor embracing our vision of providing the technology needed to build the custom software systems that our clients need in these challenging times.”
“We are very excited to work with the team to support the growth of AxonIQ. What they and their team have achieved so far is very impressive. We share their vision that event-driven architecture is the next big thing for companies, big or small, that migrate their IT architecture to microservices. This allows native auditability, which is critical for many industries. The quality of their tech stack is very impressive and we are very honored to join the AxonIQ journey. As for all our other portfolio companies, we’ll pour all our resources in Europe and in the US at their service to help them grow.” commented Francois Robinet, Managing Partner of AVP.
Sander Vonk, managing partner of Volta Ventures and early investor continues: “There are only a few companies out there who are able to grow at the rate AxonIQ is growing, with this Series A and AVP as an investor theteam is set to continue on this amazing journey.”
CTO and co-founder of AxonIQ, Allard Buijzesays: “This investment allows us to expand our engineering and commercial teamsaround the world. With the additional engineering capacity, we will be able to take big strides in realizing our vision for tooling to make the benefits of event-driven systems available to both large and small organizations.”

About AxonIQ
Founded in 2017, AxonIQ is based in The Netherlands. With people on the ground in the US, France, Mexico, Serbia, Poland, Italy, and Germany, AxonIQ offers an end-to-end development and infrastructure platform for smoothly evolving Event-Driven Architectures focused on CQRS and Event Sourcing. Our platform known as Axon includes both a programming model as well as a specialized infrastructure to provide enterprise-ready operational support for the programming model -especially for scaling and distributing mission-critical business applications. The Axon platform consists of the popular Axon Frameworkand the built-for-purposeAxon Server. The open-source Axon Framework provides a clean, elegant Java API for writing DDD, CQRS, and Event Sourcing applications. Axon Server is a zero-configuration message router and event store. Axon Server is distributed in two editions. Axon Server Standard Edition is a free version sufficient to get you started and run a small, non-critical application in production. Axon Server Enterprise includes clustering and multi-context support and is targeted towards mission-critical, medium to large scale production deployments.

About AVP
AVP is a global venture capital firm investing in high-growth, technology enabled companies. AVP has built, in less than five years, a unique investment platform specialized in tech investments with $800 million of assets under management through three pillars of investment expertise: early stage, growth stage, and fund of funds. To date, AVP has invested in more than 45 companies and more than 20 funds. The AVP team operates globally with offices in San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, and Hong Kong. Beyond investments, AVP provides unique access to business development opportunities helping portfolio companies to scale globally and accelerate their growth. More details here: www.axavp.com

About Volta Ventures
Volta Ventures invests in young, promising internet and software companies in the Benelux. Teams in Gent and Amsterdam provide guidance and assistance to grow from startup to scale-up.Volta manages two funds with 100M in assets and has invested in more than 20 companies to date. More details here:www.volta.ventures

Further Information: www.axavp.com

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