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NHR and Veeam deliver revenue growth

NHR and Veeam deliver revenue growth

Experience positive growth revenue in A/NZ

Pre-owned and new networking equipment provider, Network Hardware Resale (NHR), has recorded Asia-Pacific growth of 25 per cent in 2011.

According to the company, its growth comes on the back of unparalleled product support and service.

The value proposition and average savings of more than 70 per cent to customers have enabled the company to provide cost savings of over $US100 million since 2007 and grow by more than 300 per cent over this period.

The company shipped more than 500,000 items in 2011.

NHR attributed its growth to its partnership with Dell for its PartnerDirect program; a new office in Sacramento, California; an expanded NetSure network service and support programs; and extended Global Network Management and Network Operations Centres.

“Global demand for our products and services have never been higher, particularly as companies continue exploring ways to keep costs down while maintaining and growing their network,” NHR president and CEO, Mike Sheldon, said.

Amid global growth, the company is looking ahead to extending that momentum this year.


Data protection, disaster recovery and management solutions provider, Veeam, recently announced its local and global growth results for FY 2011 as well.

In A/NZ, the company attained 190 per cent YoY growth in 2011, compared with its 2010 figures, and 161 per cent YoY growth in Q4 2011 versus Q4 2010.

Also in 2011, Veeam added 233 Veeam ProPartners including 41 hosting/service providers in A/NZ.

Globally, the company reported 124 per cent growth in annual bookings revenue and 116 per cent growth in new license bookings revenue.

“We increased our market share in data protection and management of VMware and added support for Microsoft Hyper-V.

"Our goals each quarter were set high, but we were able to exceed them all to have the best year in Veeam history,” Veeam A/NZ country manager, Don Williams, said.

The Veeam team recently moved into a larger office to accommodate six new staff members.


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