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Record-breaking year for Veeam in New Zealand

26 Feb 13

Veeam Software has announced strong year on year growth results for the financial year 2012, with annual bookings revenue growing 67% across the APAC region.

The backup, replication and virtualisation management solutions provider has seen business in New Zealand increase 69% during the year. New license revenue bookings also grew 52% during that time.

The company experienced a particularly strong fourth quarter across the country as well, increasing total revenues by 102% compared to the same period last year.

“In 2012, Veeam brought its innovative solutions to a growing number of organisations keen to manage and protect their data,” says Don Williams, regional director APAC, Veeam Software.

“Businesses in Asia Pacific are continuing to embrace virtualisation and we are delighted to have attracted 1,500 new customers across the region over the past year."

A key driver of regional Veeam’s expansion is its rapidly accelerating cloud business according to Williams, which has seen revenue growth of 174% in 2012, and 235% during the fourth quarter, year-on-year.

Going forward, Veeam’s investment in the APAC region for 2013 includes plans to expand into Hong Kong and grow its Singapore presence by a further 20%.

The company also continues to boost its APAC customer support operations with a growing team of engineers based in its regional headquarters in Sydney.

"We are in a strong position for 2013 and are looking forward to expanding further across the region," Williams says.

Williams expects this momentum to continue in 2013 and is projecting growth of 55% growth in the year ahead.

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