Global Organizations Pick CommVault

CommVault marks the one-year anniversary of Simpana 7.0 Software Suite with enterprise milestones

August 12, 2008

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  • Companies are able to adapt to changing business conditions more quickly and economically by choosing CommVault Simpana® 7.0 Software over competitive solutions.

  • More than 8,500 companies have chosen CommVault over competing vendors for its singular approach to data protection, disaster recovery, archive and resource management, including: Art Institute of Chicago, Cardinal Logistics Management Corporation, ChangHong, Ciser, Cision North America, Devon and Cornwall Police, FAW-VolksWagen, GMHBA Health Insurance, Holly Hunt, InfoReliance, Karoon Gas Australia Ltd., MinSheng Life, Shanghai Customs PRC, Shanghai Municipal Health Bureau, Wall Township Public Schools, and Zentrix Mexico. CommVault Simpana 7.0 provides an efficient way for businesses to store, protect, manage, and discover enterprise information across all tiers of storage.

  • “Companies of all sizes are facing explosive data growth and with increasingly tightened regulatory scrutiny, executives are forced to focus on enhancing visibility into risks across the organization, lowering overall infrastructure complexity and streamlining costs,” said N. Robert Hammer, CommVault’s chairman, president and CEO. “CommVault Simpana software’s Singular Information Management approach provides the flexibility that companies need to successfully compete and respond to new business demands. In today’s global environment – which requires agility and the ability to react swiftly to market conditions – the inherent ROI and efficiency benefits gained from Simpana software compared to our competitors creates a unique selling advantage for us over other vendors in the market. That’s why more and more customers are choosing Simpana 7.0 software over other solutions.”

  • In related news, CommVault announced its first quarter fiscal 2009 earnings results noting that demand for its Simpana Software Suite remains strong. Just over 40 percent of CommVault’s entire install base has either upgraded or has purchased the Simpana suite. Sales of CommVault’s advanced data and information management products or ADIM, which do not include backup products, represented 27 percent of software revenues. Archiving, file level deduplication, replication and search continue to be key drivers of growth for ADIM.CommVault Systems Inc.

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