Anko van Kreij

Chief Solutions Officer

As chief solutions officer, Anko oversees pre-sales activities globally for DELMIA Quintiq. He is responsible for defining solution requirements and ensuring industry best practices in all DELMIA Quintiq products.

Anko joined DELMIA Quintiq as a consultant in 2003. He rose to the rank of vice president in just six years. Apart from his significant contributions in the areas of solution design, optimization and object-oriented modelling, Anko is also recognized for fine-tuning the project delivery methodology that’s still used by DELMIA Quintiq today.

He is based in ’s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.

Career Highlights

  • Anko began his career at DELMIA Quintiq as a consultant. He was involved in the development of the initial Industry Solutions that complement the DELMIA Quintiq standard software.
  • Anko established the DELMIA Quintiq North America office in Pennsylvania in 2005. From 2005 to 2008, he served as business unit director, North America.
  • Subsequent to his promotion to vice president of product development in 2009, Anko was responsible for both product strategy and product delivery to customers.
  • In 2013, Anko was appointed vice president, solutions. The role placed him in charge of global presales for DELMIA Quintiq.
  • Anko was made chief delivery officer in January 2015.
  • Anko began his appointment as chief solutions officer in July 2015.


Anko holds an MSc in computing science from the Eindhoven University of Technology.

Industry experience

Anko specializes in supply chain design, optimization, and production scheduling applications. His expertise lies in mapping business processes to supply chain planning applications and articulating how measurable value can be added through optimization and planning support. He developed planning solutions for use in mining, metals, workforce, logistics and manufacturing industries. He has worked directly with DELMIA Quintiq customers such as Ruukki, Anglo American, Novelis, Alcoa, NTV, Elektro, and Avsec.