Veeam Software has appointed Julian Quinn as Vice President for Asia and Japan, with the industry veteran set to initiate the company's ambitious regional expansion plans.
In this role, Quinn will be responsible for driving Veeam’s sales growth and overseeing the company’s regional expansion strategy.
Specifically, Quinn will be tasked with solidifying Veeam’s presence in Greater China and Hong Kong, growing Veeam’s presence further in Thailand and Malaysia, and enhancing the team in Singapore to meet the increasing demands of the Always-OnTM Business.
Quinn will report to Daniel Fried, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Field Marketing at Veeam.
“Julian’s extensive experience in working with enterprise customers, developing strategic partnerships to build a wide network of channel partners throughout Asia will be a huge asset to expanding our presence across the region,” says Daniel Fried, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Field Marketing, Veeam.
"We are thrilled to have him on board as we move into our next phase of growth in Asia.
"We have very aggressive growth and investment plans in the region, along with a great team and we are confident that we will be even more successful with his leadership."
In his previous role, Quinn was responsible for leading Adobe’s operations throughout Asia and expanding their presence throughout South East Asia, Greater China, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand over a six year period, achieving remarkable and impressive growth during his tenure.
Prior to this, he held senior positions in a variety of leading technology companies including Borland Asia Pacific, BEA South Asia, Netscape Australasia, Novell and Unisys.
“Asia holds tremendous potential for both Veeam and our network of partners," Quinn adds.
"I believe that Veeam is uniquely positioned to deliver Availability for the Modern Data Centre and, I’m excited at the opportunity to drive robust growth in the region and, help sustain Veeam’s momentum in achieving our goal of US$1 billion in annual revenue by 2018."