CommVault boosts ANZ wins

Data management provider CommVault Systems bagged a whopping 48 new customers in Australia and New Zealand between April and June, the company said in a statement.

Data management provider CommVault Systems bagged a whopping 48 new customers in Australia and New Zealand between April and June.

The wins include webcentral, Allianz, Lismore City Council, the Federal Attorney-General's Department, the NSW Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources, Queensland Departments of Fair Trading and Wine Industry Development, the Tasmanian Department of Education, New Zealand Automobile Association, Gilbert and Tobin, Tower NZ, Fonterra, Volante, and the Orlando Wyndham Group.

The CommVault Galaxy Backup & Recovery proved the most popular product with the users, followed by QiNetix Data Migrator, Quick Recovery and Data Archiver.

Securing the string of fresh clients in just three months was an outstanding achievement, Gerry Sillars, CommVault Oceania director, said in a statement.

"Our strategic alliances with Hitachi Data Systems, Dell, value-added resellers, and systems integrators have all contributed to our momentum in this region.

"What is interesting about our new customers is that they span across a wide variety of market sectors, from government, manufacturing, retailing, higher education, financial services and health. This shows that the breadth of our solutions are intersecting with the skills of our channel partners in selling into these multiple sectors," Sillars said.

CommVault is like the SAS Institute of storage: privately held and financially sound. The company's biggest rival is Symantec (post-Veritas acquisition).

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