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Veeam Software Appoints LEWIS PR

Veeam Software Appoints LEWIS PR in ANZ and Singapore

LEWIS PR, the global PR and digital communications agency, has been appointed by Veeam® Software to manage its public relations campaigns in Australia, New Zealand (ANZ) and Singapore.

Veeam develops innovative solutions to help companies with backup, replication and management of virtualised IT environments based on either VMWare or Microsoft Hyper-V technology. With a rapidly expanding customer base in Asia Pacific the company is in a significant growth phase and requires robust PR support across the region.

Veeam appointed LEWIS due to its in-depth knowledge of the IT industry and strong presence across the Asia Pacific region. “We were impressed by LEWIS’ credentials in the IT space and their experience running campaigns across the Asia Pacific region,” commented Christine Partridge, marketing manager APAC at Veeam.

“This is a time of rapid growth and investment for Veeam in the region and we need a PR partner that can take us to the next level and evolve our communications approach in APAC. With LEWIS, we’re confident we have the right partnership.”

The addition of Veeam to LEWIS’ client roster in APAC builds on the company’s regional momentum with other recent wins including Rackspace, Hong Kong Internet Registration Corporation (HKIRC), MyNetFone and Good Technology.

“Veeam has carved out a clear leadership position in the virtualisation management space,” commented Scott Pettet, vice president APAC at LEWIS PR. “As a fast-growing, energetic, global company, Veeam is a great fit for LEWIS and aligns very well with many of our other technology clients.”
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About LEWIS PR

LEWIS PR is a global PR and digital communications agency. In addition to traditional media and analyst relations, LEWIS specialises in social media, digital marketing and creative services. It works with organisations to implement integrated communications programmes on an international scale. LEWIS works with leading and emerging brands across multiple sectors, including automotive, consumer, government, healthcare, insurance, legal, non-profit, technology and telecom. LEWIS has 24 wholly-owned offices across the US, EMEA and Asia Pacific, with regional headquarters inLondon, San Francisco and Singapore.


About Veeam Software
Veeam® Software develops innovative solutions for VMware backup, Hyper-V backup, and virtualization management. Veeam Backup & Replication™ is the #1 VM Backup solution. Veeam ONE™ is a single solution for real-time monitoring, resource optimization and management reporting for VMware and Windows Server Hyper-V. The Veeam Management Pack™ (MP) and Smart Plug-in™ (SPI) extend enterprise monitoring to VMware through Microsoft System Center and HP Operations Manager. Veeam also provides free virtualization tools. Learn more by visiting www.veeam.com.

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