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CommVault goes for Indian market; Signs distribution agreement with Inflow

"CommVault has identified India as a market with huge growth potential
and we are confident that now is the right time to be expanding our
operations in the region," said Ross Stewart, CommVault's regional
director of emerging markets. "We are pleased to work with Inflow to
build a programme for resellers that rewards partners' commitment and
increasing knowledge base. By bringing Anand on board, we are committed
to truly understanding our Indian customers and their business and to
delivering high-quality, reliable information availability and
management solutions designed to meet their business requirements."

"Indian companies, particularly in the technology sector, are growing
at such a rapid pace that there is increasing demand for a truly
singular approach to managing explosive data growth." said Byju Pillai,
president and CEO, Inflow Technologies. "We see the performance,
simplicity and TCO benefits of CommVault's Singular Information
Management(tm) approach as critical to helping our customers address
the need for reduced data management complexity and as the key to
unlocking new opportunities for Inflow in the Indian market."



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