Commvault has recently announced the continued customer momentum driven by the increased demand for Commvault data management solutions.
New and existing customers that have expanded their investment into Commvault’s portfolio of data management solutions and/or services in Q3 FY 2016 include, but are not limited to, the following organisations BP2 – BNP Paribas Partners for Innovation, CIECH Group, City of Seattle, Dataline, DataSpring, Guthrie Healthcare Systems, Hero Cycles Limited & Associates, Metropolitan Council of Minnesota, NTT Data, Reasonnet, Tinkoff Bank and the University of Melbourne
“Data backup and protection is critical for high-availability data centres,” said Martin Smekal, CEO, DataSpring. “That was the main reason for choosing Commvault, as it will allow us to offer the best services for backup, protection and deduplication in cloud environments with Virtual infrastructure friendly licensing policies.”
“We are excited to bring on these customers in our 3rd quarter and believe our growth speaks volumes about Commvault’s ability to meet emerging data management requirements in the marketplace today,” said N. Robert Hammer, Chairman, President and CEO, Commvault. “We look forward to continuing this momentum based on the recent launch of our market leading Commvault Data Platform and next generation software, which provide organisations with a modern, holistic data management solution to tackle emerging and existing challenges facing customers today.”