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Veeam flying high with 190% growth in ANZ

21 Feb 12

Virtual infrastructure management solution provider Veeam has touted some big numbers in ANZ in a new release, saying business is up 190% year-on-year for 2011 in this part of the world.

That’s compared with 124% annual bookings revenue growth worldwide, and 116% growth in new license bookings revenue.

233 Veeam ProPartners were added in ANZ in 2011, including 41 hosting/service partners, and teh team moved to a new office to accommodate 6 new staff members and be ready for further growth.

Don Williams, Veeam ANZ country manager, attributes the growth to innovative products, strong channel and technology partners, and ‘exceptional employees’.

"Our goals each quarter were set high,” Williams says, "but we were able to exceed them all to have the best year in Veeam history.”

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