Commvault (NASDAQ: CVLT), a foremost global enterprise software head in the management of data across cloud and on-premises environments, today announced a fast growing momentum in India as customers selected its award winning solutions to enhance data resiliency amidst the pandemic. With a strategic focus on building future-ready capabilities, Commvault delivers a unified data service platform designed to meet organization’s growing demand to intelligently manage their most critical asset- their data, no matter where it lives.
According to a Gartner report, enterprise information security and risk management end-user spending in India is forecasted to reach US$2.08 billion by year end, an increase of 9.5% from 2020. The market growth in India is primarily driven by the increasing risk awareness across various sectors such as public sectors, BFSI, telecom, IT, and healthcare to protect and backup their critical enterprise data.
Anushuman Rai, Area Vice President, India and South Asia, Commvault, said “Data is one the most valuable assets a business can have with a tremendous impact on its long-term success and efficient as possible, Our proven technology doesn’t just protect the data —it also helps increase visibility, reduce data sprawl, and accelerate transformation across hybrid environments.”
The company’s rapid growth in the market reinforces Commvault’s leadership as customers increasingly move to intelligent data management, to store, protect, optimize, and use their data, wherever it lives. The recent rise in cyberattacks, especially ransomware, in the country, is also resulting in increased adoption of Commvault’s backup and recovery solutions to ensure business continuity, no matter what.
Mr. Bhavesh Godhania, Global Director, IT,Said “From dealing with fragmented on-premise workloads and tape cartridges, to becoming a purely cloud-based solution, our cloud migration journey with Commvault has been seamless, secure, and resulted in zero downtime. Their deduplication feature enabled us to save a significant amount in time and effort not to mention the peace of mind knowing we were going to always stay one step ahead in all our data protection needs.”