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Guavus Expands to Australia/New Zealand

Guavus Expands to Australia/New Zealand

Appoints Alex Krawchuk as Managing Director to Lead the ANZ Operations

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- Jun 02, 2014 -- Guavus Inc., a leading provider of big data analytics solutions for operational intelligence, today announced its continuing international expansion with the appointment of Mr. Alex Krawchuk as Managing Director for Australia/New Zealand, based in Sydney. Alex will be responsible for leading business operations for Guavus in ANZ, expanding the team to deliver to and support its growing customer base.

Guavus CEO Manish Goel noted, "Australia/New Zealand is key to the development of our global strategy and is a fast growing market for us. We see significant opportunities for data analytics solutions in both the service provider and enterprise markets. With the addition of Alex's expertise and talent, we are very well positioned to help organizations harness their data and use it to improve customer engagement and improve business productivity."

Alex Krawchuk's appointment builds on several recent Guavus initiatives in ANZ. Earlier this month the company announced it had entered into a memorandum of understanding with Deloitte Australia to assist organizations with their big data analytics and operational challenges. In late 2013 the company welcomed Australian business leader Mr Robert (Bob) Mansfield to the Guavus Industry Advisory Board.

Alex Krawchuk, Managing Director, ANZ added, "The Australian and New Zealand markets hold immense opportunity for big data analytics solutions. With Guavus' proven big data analytics solutions and strong business strategy and established partnerships, the next phase of our development will be an exciting time for the company's ANZ growth."

Alex brings more than 20 years of Big Data analytics and networking technology expertise, with extensive Australia/New Zealand experience. Prior to joining Guavus he was Country Manager and Regional Sales Director, Australia/New Zealand at Oracle/Acme Packet, where he was responsible for all business outcomes. Before Oracle, he worked with F5 Networks, and earlier with Juniper Networks. During his co-leadership at Juniper the company was awarded the 4th best employer in Australia by BRW magazine.

Alex holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Elec) Honours from the University of Melbourne and a Certificate of Marketing Management from the Australian Institute of Management.

About Guavus
Guavus is a big data analytics company ushering in a new class of decisioning applications for service providers and enterprise customers. The company offers an operational intelligence platform integrated with a suite of decisioning applications for network planning and operations, marketing, security and customer care. The world's most data-intensive companies trust Guavus to help them take strategic advantage of their data assets to grow revenue, improve operating efficiencies and delight customers in new ways. For more information, visit www.guavus.com


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