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Imperva adds 100 new customers

15 Apr 10

Performance of the Australia and New Zealand markets has contributed to record growth in Q1.

Imperva has announced "another" record quarter, with the firm experiencing a 51% growth in bookings during the first quarter of 2010 over the same period last year.

The firm said that the quarter was marked by strong performance internationally as well as the addition of nearly 100 new enterprise customers. Growth in Asia Pacific and Japan rose by 75% Q1 to Q1, and its ANZ business expanded in line with this figure.

Stree Naidu, Imperva’s Vice President Asia Pacific, said: “Our Australian partners have experienced significant revenue growth during the downturn as customers change focus to data security. Australian channel partnerships have grown over 650 per cent in the past 12 months.”

CEO Shlomo Kramer added, “Businesses today recognise there is a significant threat to the corporate data that drives their business. Imperva’s strong performance is an indicator that companies take this risk seriously and seek comprehensive data security solutions that protect them from malicious insiders and hackers.”


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