Veeam appoints Habisanti as its new country manager while shifting towards creating cloud data management in Indonesia. Veeam makes the new change over the elevated growth during the past two years, setting up plans to further drive market share nationwide.
“As one of the fastest growing vendors globally and regionally, it’s a great opportunity for me to spearhead the acceleration of the company’s market strategy and performance in Indonesia,” Habisanti said. “My goal is to continue pushing the envelope and take the business to the next level in this market.”
Habisanti adds by saying that she is happy about meeting some of the local partners to understand their business needs. She would love to work with them in the near future.
Habisanti has almost 20 years of experience following management roles at Intel, Microsoft and Sun Microsystems. In leading the Indonesian business, Habisanti will report to Shaun McLagan, senior vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) at Veeam.
“With Habisanti’s expertise, we will see some exciting changes in Indonesia in terms of business development,” McLagan added. “I am confident that her leadership will propel Veeam to the forefront of cloud data management service providers in the market.”
McLagan said that today’s market landscape across Asia is dubious and ambitious due to COVID-19 with economic and business challenges impacting all sectors.
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