Strengthens its Global Partner strategy and APAC business with the addition of a new executive – Raji Iyengar
Gartner “Cool Vendor” and pioneer of Application Defined Continuity technology, Sanovi Technologies [www.sanovi.com], the leading provider of Hybrid Cloud software for business continuity and IT recovery, today announced its entry into the European market. Currently, the company has its presence in North America, APAC, India/SAARC and Middle Eastern Countries. Sanovi plans to enter the European market, primarily through a partner model, actively working with global partners and local System Integrators. Also, Sanovi promoted Amarjeet Gill as President, to handle European market, in addition to his existing business responsibility for India/SAARC region.
In a related announcement, Sanovi is strengthening its Global Alliances program and APAC business through the appointment of Raji Iyengar, as the Vice President – Global Alliances & APAC Business Development. Raji will develop key Global Alliances to further expand Sanovi’s market reach to Enterprise Customers worldwide. In APAC, the focus will be to develop a local partner strategy that will ensure mutual growth. Sanovi has strengthened its portfolio of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solutions with several Hybrid Cloud enhancements to its pioneering Application Defined Continuity technology for these markets.
Raji has 27 years of experience in IT industry, leading international sales organizations and multi-national teams to achieve their goals. Prior to joining Sanovi, Raji was General Manager, Alliances- HP Asia Pacific and Japan.
“We are highly focused towards developing our Alliance and Channel partnerships worldwide, to serve the market’s emerging needs in Hybrid Cloud adoption. Fortune 500 customers and leading corporates depend on Sanovi to protect their businesses. I am excited that Amarjeet and Raji, with their extensive experience, will be instrumental in making Sanovi’s solutions reach prospective customers in these newer markets”, said Chandra Pulamarasetti, Founder and CEO, Sanovi Technologies.