Veeam appoints Chua Chee Pin to lead the Southeast Asia and Korea region as vice president
By Digital News Asia November 16, 2023
- Will be tasked to spearhead the company’s growth strategy for the SEAK region
- Recently served as Commvault's Area VP for Greater China, Japan, Korea & SEA
Veeam Software has appointed Chua Chee Pin as vice president of Southeast Asia and Korea (SEAK), overseeing the company’s business operations and growth in the region.
In a statement, the data protection and ransomware recovery company said that Chua brings nearly 25 years of sales and business development experience in the IT industry to the role, having worked with Brocade, Cisco, EMC, and Salesforce.
Most recently, he served as Area Vice President of Greater China, Japan, Korea, and South East Asia at Commvault, driving sales and marketing strategies.
“In the current cloud-driven landscape, protecting your organisation's data is paramount and companies need to consider innovative solutions to critical challenges faced in this rapidly changing landscape,” Chua said.
“Veeam’s leading position within the industry is a testament to the company’s enduring success in aligning with key customer priorities and maintaining strong partnerships with channel and alliance partners. I look forward to strengthening these relationships across Southeast Asia and Korea, offering better solutions to help customers keep their businesses running,” he added.
In his new role, Chua will spearhead the company’s growth strategy for the entire SEAK region.
Beni Sia, general manager and senior vice president, Veeam Asia Pacific & Japan said, "With his extensive experience spanning this diverse region and well-established connections within the partner network, Chua stands as a strong business leader who has demonstrated capabilities to achieve exceptional customer results."
“I’m confident he will flourish in this new role and achieve excellence in leading our continued growth and momentum across the SEAK region with our customers, partners and alliances,” he added.
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