Veeam Appoints Ashok Acharya as First Regional Director for India and SAARC Company sharpens focus to accelerate growth in enterprise and strengthen partnership ecosystem
Veeam recently announced record Q2 results globally and as a testimony of India’s market potential, the company’s total bookings revenue for Q2 2016 in India grew by more than 23 percent quarter-over-quarter (QoQ). Acharya will continue to drive strong growth momentum for customers in India who are looking to leverage opportunities in digital transformation. In an already competitive market, Veeam will continue to provide Availability solutions via ProPartners to enterprise and mid-market customers to create new opportunities, and increase profitability.
Acharya will be based in Bangalore and will report to Gregg Petersen, Regional Director, Middle East, Africa and SAARC.
Commenting on his appointment, Gregg Petersen, Regional Director, MEA at Veeam, said, “Ashok’s appointment highlights Veeam’s continued strategy to strengthen the highly experienced leadership team, and showcase our commitment in the market. Earlier this year we had expanded our operations in India by setting up three offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, and now with Ashok’s knowledge of the market and recognition of the growth drivers for success in India, he will help take Veeam to the next level of growth.
“Veeam is setting new industry benchmarks through its Availability solution for the Always-On business. I am excited to be joining Veeam at a time when India is at the cusp of digital evolution, Indian organizations need Availability solutions more than ever before to embark on their digital transformation journey.” Said Ashok Acharya. “I look forward to further consolidating Veeam’s customers and partner base in India, as well as expanding the company’s operations with new strategic partnerships.”
Acharya brings rich experience spanning more than 18 years in enterprise technology. Prior to joining Veeam, he was most recently associated with Infoblox Inc as Country Manager for India and SAARC region. In this capacity, Acharya played a significant role in driving the entire business strategy and revenue across established and new emerging markets in the region. He was also instrumental in consistently exceeding growth every year through introducing new products, strategically forging new partnerships and driving channel sales. In addition, Achrya has also held various senior leadership positions with technology providers such as like Juniper Networks, EMC and Adobe.