WatchGuard A/NZ faces double digit growth
- 13 June, 2012 16:15
Business security vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has announced its Q1 2012 results for A/NZ, and again recorded year-on-year double digit growth.
The company broke its former record, with business growing more than 14 per cent over all business lines and growth in the mid-market lines growing 94 per cent and representing more than 25 per cent of the total A/NZ revenue.
WatchGuard Asia-Pacific vice-president, Scott Robertson, said the company continued to lead in the SMB security segment with more than 14 per cent growth over the same period last year.
“The A/NZ business experienced 94 per cent growth in XTM 8, 10 and 20 Series sales which deliver up to 10GB of XTM/UTM throughput and are purpose built for the needs of mid-market enterprises,” he said.
Robertson attributed the Q1 success to its channel partners, product offerings and customer value.
He expects 2012 appears to bring in another record-breaking year and continue its pattern of significant growth.
WatchGuard has previous noted five consecutive quarters of double-digit growth (averaging 15 per cent) from the company’s core UTM business, high customer retention rates, and 39 per cent YoY billings growth for its enterprise class, next-generation multi-function firewalls.
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