April 26, 2018
On the whole, revenue increase is up 83% with 50% increase recorded in the EMEA region since the end of 2016. In reaction to the massive demand for its cloud administration platform in the EMEA region, the company has enlarged its London office to meet demand. Its London worker base has now risen by 300%, and additional investments are being made in the region, including the creation of a new expansion team to help the quick implementation of its market-leading cloud administration platform.
By the end of the year, CloudHealth intends to have risen its EMEA staff to 25, adding a further 11 new workers to the 14 already hired in the past 12 months. Three prominent new hires include Marcus Chambers, the new Vice President of EMEA Sales. Marcus Chambers has earlier worked at Cisco, Riverbed, and EMC.
Cloud Health has also appealed Sheldon Lachambre, earlier from Citrix, who becomes the Director of Engineering. Richard Brown, who earlier worked for Riverbed and Arbor Networks, has taken on the post of EMEA Channel Sales Director.
“London is the ideal place to expand and headquarter our EMEA operations,” said Tom Axbey, President, and CEO of CloudHealth Technologies. “The ability we have in place today is unmatched. As we extend every operational function to better help our EMEA customers and associate ecosystem, we carry on to hire the best in the industry.”
The past 12 months have seen the company attract new customers from a variety of industries including the financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, retail and public sector. New customers include StepStone, Skyscanner, and Funding Circle. The company has also seen 100% expansion of the EMEA partner ecosystem, with new EMEA partners including KCOM, CDW, Softcat, and Vodaphone.
Internationally, CloudHealth has now seen over 80% expansion of international revenue for two successive years. The company is now attracting record numbers of new customs, in particular, large enterprises and midmarket companies.
Although there has been substantial investment in its London Office and the main recruitment effort to bring in the best talent, additional enlargement is scheduled to improve sales all over Europe. In addition to its present offices in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam, CloudHealth is also planning to open area offices in Germany and France as it seeks to further enlarge its European footmark.