Cloud storage specialist Nassoni appointed Chris Addis not only to guide the company’s sales strategy but also to realize its growth plans in the UK, Germany, France and other EMEA markets. His commercial leadership will be a great asset to this, and he will also work closely with Nasuni channel partners and public cloud partners.
In his new position, Chris Addis can benefit from his proven leadership and customer focus. Prior to signing with Nasuni, he oversaw global sales and customer experience with Lloyd’s Register digital products, and was Vice President, EMEA, Panaya, Change Analytics ERP provider and General Manager, EMEA, SOASTA Cloud Performance Testing and Monitoring.
“I can’t wait to join Nasuni and manage their growth strategy in Europe,” said Chris Addis, currently Vice President of Sales for EMEA at Nasuni. “Europe is full of companies that are currently reshaping their data strategy and looking to leverage the public cloud for scalability, savings, and ease of use. I also very much look forward to helping Nasuni and its channel partners achieve their common goals of assisting customers in their growth and development as the European economy overcomes economic and operational constraints imposed during the early stages of the pandemic.”
EMEA Channel Strategy
Nasuni will also implement its growth plans through the EMEA channel strategy by helping high-growth companies and startups modernize file storage and protect against ransomware threats through a cloud-based approach. Channel partners such as NTT, Software One, and Bytes will support customers and work closely together when it comes to migration, integration, and ongoing support.
Planned expansion of the Benelux
Dave Grant, Chief Commercial Officer at Nasuni, said: “We are experiencing phenomenal growth, exceeding our annual and third quarter targets, and I am delighted to welcome Chris Addis as we enter the next phase of our EMEA expansion. With his sales leadership skills, we can put together a team in The EMEA region will further strengthen our revenue strategy in the coming years.”
“Channel partnerships are essential to our planned expansion in the Benelux, where we see strong growing demand as large and medium-sized companies learn to adopt many cloud applications and provide more support for their employees in remote working or hybrid working. By working closely with our expert local partners, We can help ambitious Dutch and Belgian organizations achieve their vision of cloud storage.Moreover, in the current growing European economy, they will be able to meet the desires of their customers more flexibly and dynamically.In this regard, we are already supporting many leading companies in the Netherlands and Belgium with great success. , such as Adecco, Fugro, Vermeer Corporation, Coram Group and Umicore”.
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