Redstor expands in Europe

Redstor has opened an Amsterdam office as part of a global expansion strategy. The company has grown its customer base by more than 30% internationally in the last year, and says it is on track to treble business in the three years to 2020.

Channel Director for Benelux and Nordics, Gerrit-Jan van Wieren said businesses are beginning to realise that having a back-up alone is no longer enough. "Legacy solutions have been purely reactive -- more of an insurance policy. Today’s customers want this insurance policy to pay out instantly as data has changed from being just ‘stuff’ to becoming intrinsically valuable to companies."

Chief executive officer of Redstor, Paul Evans, added: “Our expansion into mainland Europe is an important and strategic move. We are seeing an increasing openness for companies to consider moving away from their legacy data management providers, who are providing old answers to new problems.

"Customers are struggling with the move to the cloud, exponential data growth, malware and regulation and so our aim is to make our customers’ data management problems smaller and help them gain control."

The last six months has also seen the company expand in Africa and Australasia.

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