Bengaluru, NFAPost: Commvault announced the merging of the APJ and EMEA organisations into one organisation led by Commvault International Senior Vice President and General Manager Marco Fanizzi, who has significantly expanded the business, since his appointment as EMEA leader 2 years ago.
New Jersey headquartered Commvault is recognised as a global enterprise leader in intelligent data services across on-premises, cloud, and software as a service (SaaS) environments. Commvault enterprise software can be used for data backup and recovery, cloud and infrastructure management, retention and compliance.
The new International region will comprise of more 150 national markets and will continue to deliver the world class support to all customers and partners consistently across all of those countries. All regions will continue to be represented directly to regional management level, as before.
Commvault CRO Riccardo Di Blasio said as the company begins its new financial year as a leader in a very competitive industry, the company must remain focused on prioritizing our investments on the ability to scale and accelerate our growth globally.
“While geo-political and economic events still challenge the global economy, we can be assured that data management, protection and utilization will only become more business critical for every organization anywhere in the world,” said Commvault CRO Riccardo Di Blasio.
Asia-Pacific region has experienced a high number of ransomware attacks over the past year with India being one of the most affected countries.
In fact, according to a recent Indian Computer Emergency Response Team report, more than 14.02 Lakhs cyber security related incidents last year. With these challenges being faced by every country in the world, Commvault is building flexibility to retain the consistent, repeatable growth it has seen from the APJ and EMEA regions.
Commvault International Senior Vice President and General Manger Marco Fanizzi said the company’s success as this integrated, International region will be built on celebrating, and equally representing the incredible diversity within the organisation.
“It is also based on the clear fact that each of our teams already share more similarities than differences – especially in terms of proven business success and best practices. Commvault International Senior Vice President and General Manger Marco Fanizzi.
Commvault reported 8% year-on-year revenue growth in its third fiscal 2022 quarter, recovering strongly after a flat second quarter. Revenues in the quarter ended December 31 2021 were $202.4 million compared to $188 million a year ago. There was a profit of $10 million, much improved from the $1.67 million in seen in Q3 FY2021.
The improved performance is primarily due to the spurt in the number of new customer additions in years (including several Fortune 500 wins), coupled with healthy expansion in the installed base (NDR of 110%).
Besides the ability to take share from both legacy and startup data protection vendors based on its comprehensive data protection technology, the company leadership finds optimism around Commvault’s momentum in Metallic and its ability to gain additional leverage from its MSP, VAR and SI partners.