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Vendors, generally speaking, like numbers, especially when those numbers paint a picture of success.
By that measure, Veeam has good reason to love numbers right now. The data protection vendor joined a very short list of software companies with $1 billion or more in annual bookings this May. More recently, it reported a 24% year-over-year increase in recurring revenue for its third fiscal quarter and a 108% spike in sales of its subscription-priced Veeam Universal License offering.
Kevin Rooney, Veeam’s vice president of Americas partner sales, was feeling pretty good about four other numbers as well during a conversation with ChannelPro last week on the sidelines of Ingram Micro’s ONE conference in Denver. Here’s a look at what those figures were and why they matter.
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