Evanssion signs MEA distribution agreement with Rubrik
Rubrik expands presence and support network in EMEA and appoints Karl Driesen as head of EMEA sales
Evanssion, provider in cloud transformation and information security solutions, has announced it has expanded its solutions portfolio by signing a distribution agreement with Rubrik, a converged data management company.
The agreement enables Rubrik to expand its presence in the Middle East and Africa, while allowing Evanssion to broaden its portfolio and serve a greater variety of requirements.
Rubrik has experienced rapid customer growth in North America, and has launched its operations in the EMEA region in response to tremendous customer and partner demands. Rubrik's Converged Data Management software powers the company's r300/r500 series appliances, which deliver automated backup, instant recovery, unlimited replication, and data archival at infinite scale.
Bipul Sinha, co-founder and CEO of Rubrik said: "Rubrik is the game changing innovation for data protection in the last two decades, and the company's steep growth in North America has proven that. The demand for our solutions has increased significantly, and we are excited to partner with Evanssion to bring our solutions to customers in the Middle East."
Dilip Kalliyat, President of Evanssion added: "Evanssion's strategy is to provide its partners with a strong and diverse portfolio, by bringing vendors that offer differentiation in their solution offerings. Rubrik brings a new approach to data management and protection with its solutions that has helped organisations simplify and meet their stringent data management requirements. Our aim is make this technology available, so organisations can benefit from Rubrik's end-to-end data protection solutions."
Rubrik has also announced the appointment of IT industry veteran Karl Driesen, as head of EMEA sales. As the former vice president, EMEA at Palo Alto Networks and mostly recent vice president at Elastica, Driesen built a team of over 200 employees and a $200m business in five years.