As the global leader in backup and recovery that delivers Cloud Data Management, Veeam helps customers evolve the way they manage data from policy-based to behavior-based to make it smarter and self-governing, and to ensure it’s available across any application and across any cloud infrastructure. And we do it by being simple, flexible and reliable.
Ratmir Timashev, who along with longtime friend and fellow entrepreneur Andrei Baronov co-founded Veeam, told CRN about the planned transition time for the two after Veeam is acquired by Insight Partners, and gave tips to future tech entrepreneurs.
Veeam's next growth wave will come in the U.S. where it has a fourth-place market share, and that requires Veeam to move its operations, leadership, board of directors, and focus out of Europe and to the U.S., Danny Allan told CRN in an exclusive meeting.
Co-founders Baranov and Timashev are leaving as Veeam looks to re-focus its energy from its dominance in its European market to seeking dominance in the much larger, much faster growing U.S. market, with the help of an experienced investment team.
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‘We believe three markets are going to be huge: Office 365, AWS backup, and backup of Azure. All native cloud native backups. Each of these markets will become, for us, maybe half-a-billion-dollar opportunities in the next five years,” says Veeam CEO Ratmir Timashev.