OwnBackup, a leading cloud data protection platform, today announced its most recent extension in Europe closely following its as of late announced $167.5 million in Series D funding.
OwnBackup Is Looking To Expand Even Further
With 29% of customers already based outside of the U.S., and an European annual contract value (ACV) increment of 129% from the final quarter of 2019 to a similar period in 2020, the organization is poised for its next phase of development. To benefit from the expanding demand for software-as-a-service backup and recuperation in France, OwnBackup as of late hired seasoned local leadership dedicated to the French market.
“Thousands of French organizations are controlling their digital changes with Salesforce, and that number is expanding as cloud ecosystems acquire foothold in the area. As we develop our impression in the French market and across Europe generally, we are focused most importantly on our customers’ prosperity,” said Gareth Morris, VP of sales and general manager of EMEA at OwnBackup. “We already have gained notoriety for heavenly client care, and having awesome specialists on the ground will guarantee that we keep up those elevated requirements as we keep on developing piece of the pie.”
The company’s new leaders in France include a few long-lasting Salesforce veterans, including Nessim Makhloufi, who joined as provincial VP for south EMEA following leadership parts at Coupa Software and SAP Hybris. In addition, OwnBackup’s new zone VP, Stephen Terry, brings insight from Salesforce, SAP, and CommVault. Eric Rispaud, director of alliances, adds a demonstrated history of cloud-first aptitude from Accenture and Capgemini. At last, Andrew Hart will use his background from Accenture, Bluewolf, and Salesforce to help expand OwnBackup’s professional services group as its director of specialized draftsmen. This Paris-based group will help meet the essential data protection and GDPR compliance needs of French organizations, especially in the business services, monetary services, and assembling areas. Current customers in the locale include Zenconnect, Highco, Babilou, Delivery Hero, and Yakult.